Stop being unhappy with yourself

Randi from Samana Wellness posted the image below (originally from Just Smileology on Tumblr) yesterday and it resonated with that perpetual need to overcome self-doubt. On a beautiful sunny day, when the weather feels supremely confident, it feels very appropriate.

I’ve added capital letters and more punctuation because I couldn’t stand typing it out otherwise. That’s one of those quirks I love about myself 😉

Hey you.

Yes, you.

Stop being unhappy with yourself. You are perfect.

Stop wishing you looked like someone else or wishing people liked you as much as they like someone else.

Stop trying to get attention from those who hurt you.

Stop hating your body, your face, your personality, your quirks. Love them. Without those things you wouldn’t be you. And why would you want to be anyone else?

Be confident with who you are.

Smile. It’ll draw people in.

If anyone hates on you because you are happy with yourself, then you stick your middle finger in the air and say “Screw it.”

My happiness will not depend on others anymore.

I’m happy because I love who I am. I love my flaws. I love my imperfections. They make me ‘me.’ And ‘me’ is pretty amazing.

Here’s hoping that everyone finds that amazing confidence to love themselves just the way they are!

2 thoughts on “Stop being unhappy with yourself”

  1. A very timely post. Not only because, in London too, the sun is finally out, but because not two seconds before I noticed this post, I was thinking “ack, I really need to get back to the gym and reclaim my body before I can get out on the beach”. In reality, I probably won’t get to the gym and will go to the beach anyway and be happy either way. Life’s too short. …And who exactly are these ‘people’ I’m trying to impress anyway?

    1. Happy to hear that summer is on its way in London, too! Going to the beach and being happy sounds like the best possible course of action 😉

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