“Young people can change the world.”
Be a leader, and don’t sit on the sidelines.
Let me tell you one important thing, get inspired. Do good with your independence. Find what makes you happy. Help others; support each other — Make a name for yourself. Make use of your independence.
I sure as shit am trying.
Just a Sunday motivating morning for me.
I got to work with a pretty amazing human last week for this shoot. I had a absolute ball. He understood my spunk, awkwardness to the camera but made me laugh the entire time. I’ve grown to love my town more and more because of meeting people like Bradley. It’s a true blessing supporting other people’s dreams
25 is approaching. I would be lying if I said I wasn’t petrified.
I’ve been through a lot in my life, and I’ve made my share of mistakes. But I’ve learned from them and hopefully changed for the better. I’ve always been someone who never judges, never holds a grudge and just lets shit go and keeps it in the past no matter who you are. I believe we have the ability to choose the lifestyle we want to live. We surround ourselves with people and places that make us our happiest, so why be miserable when you have the ability to have an amazing life?
If I could tell my young teenage self or anyone reading who may be needing a little pick me up — always put your heart first before anybody else. Sounds so clique, but when you find happiness in yourself first, your heart is more open to share joy with others.
Embrace your loud laugh with others, your freckles and scars that were given to you. You might think your flawed but guess what, so is everyone else. Beauty lies deep within your imperfections.
You might of woken up today on the “wrong side of the bed” ( trust me I have them too ) but you owe it to yourself to not let the little shit get to you and don’t let your worries hold you back from living your best life. Enemies are your best motivation.
That’s all. Have a great day 🖤
Outfit deets below:
Scarf: OLD NAVY