Don’t let the internet…
crush your optimism, define your worth, stifle your magic, wreck your wild or dull your self-love.
I found this quote as I was scrolling Instagram the other day. There is some beautiful artwork that goes with it by Dani DiPirro over at PositivelyPresent.
It really hit home for me because so much of the content that I put out into the world reflects what I feel like my daughters need to hear a certain week, or maybe it reflects what I need to tell myself in a particular moment. Or maybe it’s a message for a friend who I know is hurting.
I try to be a source of inspiration to help others chase their dreams, get through rough patches and believe in themselves. So when Rachel Hollis released her second book, Girl Stop Apologizing, and I saw multiple negative articles and book reviews, I took it a bit personally. I felt like the criticisms could also apply to my work.
I strive to put out uplifting and empowering...
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