You never really know what’s coming. A small wave, or maybe a big one. All you can really do is hope that when it comes, you can surf over it, instead of drown in its MONSTROSITY
I think it take years to develop your confidence and yes I feel more beautiful now at my 32 years old than I ever did in my twenties.
Hahahaha they say that women get more beautiful as time goes on. I think the more we get older the more we learn how to control our inner critic which stops us from glowing.
Recently I released that I love to have some good time with my beloved ones and to laugh a lot.
Another benefit of growing up and getting older is that your friendships are deepening, you decide to stay around those who respect you, don’t use you or take your friendship for granted.
I think after some tough time in my new home, I learned that the secret to a happy life is to not take anything too seriously and give zero time to self-doubt.
Sending Y’all some positive vibes, J
❝ Because my imperfection is perfect!!
We live in an age where the pressures of needing to have it all figured out is creating higher levels of stress. What makes us truly happier or fulfilled?!
Is being defined by the society rank, job title or by being who we really are and what we desire to be?
I’m a perfectionist but I LOVE my imperfection.
We all were born as pure perfection but we took us and what we have for granted simply because they exist.
WEEKEND = Strolling around under the sun taking pictures
I see girls much younger and more beautiful than me but they tend to declare a war and hate their body and try desperately to fix it.
Living with the illusion of perfection is of little relevance. The pressure we face push us to compete to reach to the perfect and ideal shape in everything though what makes us human beings is the imperfection of taking chances.
Falling and failing is what makes our existence is so perfect. So look to yourself today in the mirror and embrace your imperfection.
LOVE ME/LOVE YOU ❤
Stockholm, the capital of Sweden, is a remarkably beautiful city; also known as the “Venice of the North”. The city is built on 14 islands, all connected by over 53 bridges that allow travelling between the various neighbourhoods.
Here’s a throwback to my last trip to Stockholm, Sweden.
Enjoy, Puss Puss!!