My life in 30 days, day 18

My life in 30 days, day 18 =  a picture of your biggest insecurity

I found this one tough because I’m not sure if it means something on your body you are insecure about (being short. . *sigh*) or something in your life. I chose life because the survey is titled “My life in 30 days”, not “my body in 30 days.”

This is obvious and I would think that many people feel the same way.

I don’t wait to be a failure in life by other people’s terms. (That sounds really stupid as I type it!)

I am totally happy with the simple things in life and wouldn’t mind being a stay at home mom for the rest of my life. What makes me feel insecure is when other girls say “You really want to be a soccer mom???” “What ever floats your boat… I’m going to be a doctor!” I hate that. I hate those conversations, they make me feel insecure even though I know I will be happy what ever I do in life, I don’t like when people judge me by my UNIQUE choices.

That is that. It was nice to get that off my back 🙂

Today is January 4th … already?! I am still on break for school and it feels kind of weird because the rest of the world is back to work, but I’m not complaining! I slept in a little bit this morning and it was great. Really great.

I don’t have many plans for today besides some closet cleaning inspired byJamie who cleaned her closet and tweeted about all of the cool stuff she found! I hope I find cool stuff in my closet 🙂

Have a good day everybody!!

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3 comments

  1. One thing I have learned in life is to set out to fulfill your dreams.. those who matter will support you and those who don’t can go EFF themselves. Not even trying to be harsh, but we have a short time in this life and you should do what you can to make it a great one. 🙂

  2. That is not stupid at all! I think it’s pretty normal, and brave of you to admit that you struggle with it. Anyone who says they don’t care about what other people think are crazy or lying. Okay, that was a bit harsh but I still think it’s true!

    All I can say is that everyone’s journey is different. Accepting that is really difficult actually, but it’s quite liberating!

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