Do you ever feel pressured by Soceity to look a certain way? •
Do your makeup a certain way? •
Dress a certain way? •
Hide your face on social media because your features don’t look a certain way? •
these questions have all been weighing heavy on my mind recently. I have often felt pressure from the world of Instagram to not post photos because my house isn’t perfectly decorated in the background. Or because my kids outfits weren’t perfectly coordinated. Or because the photo reveals just how much weight I have gained in the last year. Would I lose followers if I reveal that I don’t fit the “blogger mold”? •
While all of these feelings and fears are valid in a Soceity dominated my social media, it’s still important to realize that they are also irrational and place unnecessary shame ourselves.
I feel like we are experiencing an epidemic of falsely perceived perfection. Photo shop and Snapchat filters have completely altered what we think reality is. We are comparing ourselves to something that isn’t real. •
This week I want to focus on how I’ve shifted my mindset and forced myself to get over the fact that I do not look “perfect”. My house does not look “perfect”. Instead of worrying about not being “perfect” I’m going to be happy and share my story that I’ve been aching to share for several months. This ridiculous shame I’ve placed on myself has been holding me back. •
Stay tuned for the tips I’ve used to let go of this “perfectionism”.
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