Continuing to jot down lines that spark something inside of me. You are welcome.
“The most beautiful people in this world are made up of the ugliest moments of their lives.”
“You’re extraordinary before anyone knows what you’ve accomplished.”
“The right one does not stand in your way. They make space for you to step forward”
“We can lovingly detach from a person, and still love that person”
“Too many people claimed they can read me like a book, and then they went and put me on a shelf.”
“Don’t feel bad about what makes you happy. Just find a way to put it into your life, and make sure your priorities are stacked so you have space for it.”
“The irony of loneliness is we all feel it at the same time”
“What draws you to her? Tell me what you like so I can practice”
“All that you will ever need already lies within you, and everything else is simply an added blessing to what you already have.”
“When browsing through these images on Instagram, just remember that real life is in your heart. Your smile. Your family. Your surroundings. Pictures online will make you believe you are not enough. Like you need to do something more.. More exciting, be more physically beautiful, be bigger than you are. It’s a lie. A net of fleeting fantasy. You are real. You are beautiful.”
“Behind every successful woman is a group text hyping her up.”
“Remember that results aren’t always physical. How much better do you feel today?”
"Recognize the ways in which you’ve projected blame onto others. What you love in people is what you love about yourself; what you hate in people is what you can’t see in yourself.”
"Cut yourself some slack. One of the biggest regrets most people have about their 20s is that they didn’t enjoy them more. And I’m not talking about “buy more expensive dinners, take another trip to Thailand” type of enjoyment. I mean having the ability to take a deep breath and sip coffee in the morning knowing that you have done, and are doing, your best."
"Accomplishments don’t change your life, habits do."
"My belief is that people see the bigger picture, not the negligible imperfections you build up in your mind."