"When I was young, I believed my chocolate skin, my curly hair, my wide hips and big brown eyes made me the most beautiful girl in the world. I love the rich color of my skin and my big beautiful eyes and I love that I am giving, supportive and nurturing, but most importantly I am a woman of faith. My spirit makes me a beautiful woman. Beauty starts from within. If you don't believe you are beautiful, no one else will. And once you are 100 percent sold out on your beauty there is nothing anyone can say, good or bad, that can change how you feel about yourself."
in two days, the big gift giving day will be here. and if you are anything like us, your hair ‘do for the day is still up in the air. personally, if i could have my way, i’d be in a beanie all day, but then it wouldn’t match my outfit and really, there’s not much fun in that. [...]
"We are our own harshest critics. It seems cliche to say beauty comes from within but it’s so true. Happy people just always radiate beauty, and good and kind people are beautiful. Even though I’m still prone to days where I feel like crap, I feel most beautiful and confident when I stop with the criticism, when I find time for the good things and good people in life. When it doesn’t matter that my teeth are crooked or my skin is imperfect. When I am surrounded by love and positivity, that’s where beauty is."
it’d be kind of redundant at this point to say “the holiday’s are upon us.” actually we’re knee deep into the season. in less than a week, santa clause will be jumping down chimneys and dropping gifts for the good girls and boys and lumps of coal for the bad ones. and us, we’ll we’ll be stuffing our faces with food that have calories that don’t count on holidays. unlimited, calorie-free dressing for the win! [...]