“A Father Is Someone You Look Up To, No Matter How Tall You Get.”
Here’s a day to all the dads!
And everything in between
Especially those dad's that didn't give you life, but made your life better in every aspect.
💕Happy #fathersday to all the dad's and bonus dad's out there!
Because the Universe works it's s blessings into people’s lives in unique ways… I get to have two influential men in my life that I get to call dad.
I remember a time when I felt boxed in & How I felt I couldn’t be MYself. I would compare myself so much & try to find happiness/myself through others & their validation—I was afraid of losing the wrong people in my life even though they didn’t benefit me🤦🏻♀️
My journey has been nothing but unique and magical, I had never pictured myself growing into my own person, thinking, doing what I want without worrying about judgement. Feeling Free to be ME & feeling gratitude for my life & the right people in it, is all I ever wanted 💓
Don’t be afraid to show your true colors, dont be afraid of new things and take RISKS. Do the unusual, be that crazy weird person you are and just live in PEACE ☮️✌🏼
I realized today that from January to May I literally posted Nothing to my Instagram feed. Not a single photo unless it was on my story. Something quick that would go away. And when I did start posting it wasn’t of me. Yesterday I posted the first selfie of myself since like January. JANUARY. Now I know some of you are reading this thinking GOOD FOR YOU OR I WISH I COULD DO THAT OR something along those lines and honestly I don’t agree. I’m actually VERY disappointed in myself for not posting and sharing my journey through life. I’m disappointed in feeling as though I wasn’t good enough to post on Instagram so why do it. I know this is the exact reason people hate Instagram, people feel as though it puts others down, and that maybe the case. BUT you have to own your shit as well. You have to feel confident in what you are posting and post it for yourself NOT for others. I use to say that I loved insta because it was an album of my life and then I let it turn into something that had to fit a standard. That’s NOT why I got an Instagram in 2011 🤦🏽♀️. .
I love Instagram for it is SUPPOSED to be. I have had a rough few months and confidence and looks and who I am HAS 100% been a heavy factor for me. But I am taking a stand to change that immediately and be my truest self. All of me.
So here’s a picture of me. ALL OF ME. Mirror selfie style 💁🏽♀️ #confident#imworkingonit#beyourself#sorryforthesoapbox#insta#instagram#selflove 💋
Happy birthday from Earth to Heaven. Thank you for the laughs, the pranks, the movie nights, the lectures, the tears, and everything in between. For the small amount of time you were with us, you taught us all so much. To always treat people with kindness. To go out of our way when we see someone in need of help. To teaching us proper dining etiquette; better than adults 3-5 times my age (I was six). To make sure us kiddos knew how to make a mean cocktail by the age of seven. To make thunderstorms fun and not scary. Most importantly, you made sure we knew that you loved us even when you raised your voice. I know there was a lot more you wished you would have taught us before you left, but God had other plans. I miss you every day. Hope you and Pop are having a blast up there today! I love you so much❤️
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Mineral Glow- Opalescent and Icing.
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Mineral Eyes- Sunbeam, Old Gold, Define Me (also in my brows) and Black Magic.
Don’t you dare be the type of person who is held back in life because they set their own ceiling too low...
If you can see it in your mind and you want it bad enough, then you are capable of achieving it.
Decide that you’re capable of more. 👊🏻👊🏻👊🏻👊🏻
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I use to spend a lot of energy wanting other people’s respect until I realised that how others treat me is a direct reflection of how I treat myself. I had to learn to find my own boundaries – what was and wasn’t ok for me – in all areas of my life. To learn to honour myself. And honour others. We teach people how to treat us. And it starts with learning to treat ourselves with respect.