To continue on the trail of self love and confidence, I’d like to talk about being content with what you have in life. To me, being confident includes knowing what you have and being okay with it. For example, I know that I’m not the smartest but in my own unique ways I’m very good at certain things. I never really did the best in school, and I probably averaged around a C most of the time. As I got older, I tried and tried be focused on my school work, but nothing ever turned out the way I wanted it to. Personally, once I do bad, my confidence starts to tumble downhill and I start to not care anymore. And the “not caring” goes as far as to what I do, how I act and dress, and even my thoughts toward the world. As I got older, I began to wonder why I was put into this world. Would it be for my kindness? My cheerfulness? How I see the glass half full most of the time? What would it be? I knew it would never be because of how smart I was, or the way I looked. Even my personality. And to be honest, I still don’t know what it is. But one thing I do know is that I have to keep chugging along to find it out. In the past three years I have doubted and questioned myself more than anyone should, and like I said before, I still do it here and there. My confidence may be little most of the time, but I know I’m meant for something. I’m meant for something great and so are you. Therefore, love yourself unconditionally and bring in a light into your life that will shine like none other. Then, you will start to feel that self love and confidence we all need so much in our lives.
As always, much love, Chloe