Do things your way. Your brilliance is what we need in the world.
Laugh. A lot.
Say yes when you mean it. And no when it’s not a 100% yes.
Fail. Often. Then dust yourself off and move on.
Don’t get stuck in how things should be. Accept them as they are. And do your thing from that place.
Make your own rules. And break them when they no longer serve you.
Rest. As if your life depends on it. (It does.)
Don’t expect people to know when you need something. Just ask.
Give. Because you want to, regardless of what they’ll do with it.
Indulge in what makes your energy soar.
Let your fascination lead the way.
Give yourself permission to be who you are.
Give others permission to be who they are.
Some will like you. And some won’t. Be cool with that.
Don’t use harsh words to make you feel bad.
Appreciate praise. But don’t need it to feel good about yourself.
Allow yourself to feel the way you feel. Because you know there’s wisdom to be found in there.
Allow yourself to do the silly thing. Because you know there’s freedom to be found in there.
Dream. Like a child.
Ditch drama. Choose to empower yourself instead.
Apologize for the things you regret doing. Don’t apologize for who you are.
Embrace imperfection. And thrive because of it.
Give it your all. Always.
Honor your unique style. And show it.
Listen to your unique voice. And use it.
Get out there and do your thing. Because it inspires you.
Be you. Unapologetically.
Photo by me. The crazy hair too.
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The content on this site is intended to inspire readers to live their life instead of someone else's, to ditch the burden of perfection and who they think they're supposed to be. The content on this site is intended to inspire readers to embrace their unique brilliance and share their brilliance with the world, to serve the world from that loving, abundant, creative place of possibility, so that in turn that world becomes a more loving, more abundant, more genuinely generous and compassionate place. The intent of this content and site is not to tell readers how they should live their life. Nor should it be used as a substitute for treatment by or advice of a professional therapist, counselor, psychiatrist or any similar professional caregiver. Any decisions taken by readers are their decisions and their decisions and responsibility only.