Monday, 23 June 2014


There comes a time in everyone's life where we are told or hear of a negative comment concerning the way we look, the way we act or in some cases, the way we don't act. I have been in many situations throughout my life whereby someone has said something discouraging or negative about me and it really can set you back physically and mentally. For example, I used to hate how pale my skin was, all of my friends would have a lovely tan and I'd get the odd comment saying "you need to get out into the sun" shock horror is the people saying these things quite clearly didn't understand that I just don't tan all that easily and that's just the way my skin is. Now, I don't mind being pale, in fact, I love it! It's the same with my acne, I can moan about it all I want, or I can accept it and look at the bigger picture.

My point is that there are so many things that we wish we could change and if we let them, they can takeover our lives. We tend to ignore the many positive things about ourselves and fail to celebrate the good, because of a few things we don't like. I started this blog as an escape to express myself and create a place where other people, like myself, can read about other products and treatments so that ultimately, they feel better about themselves. 

I have come up with a small campaign of sorts in order to celebrate and promote what we love about ourselves. At the end of the day, we can spend all day wanting to change ourselves, or we can spend all day doing what makes us happy and celebrating the good in order to cancel out the negative. I'm asking all of my followers, bloggers & friends to use the hashtag and spread the word so that we can celebrate our flaws together. Tweet it, Instagram it, Blog it, Facebook it, do whatever it takes to spread the word. Whether it be your features, your personality or your talents, tell everyone what you love and be proud.

#WhatIloveAboutMyself - I love my eyes!

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