Thank you Harper Sloan for writing a meaningful book. It touched so many people like myself. Spread the word! #perfectlyimperfect In our generation, there is so much pressure on young girls to look and be perfect. I think it’s time we do something about it. Perfection doesn’t exist even if you pay 200000$ on surgeries. We all have imperfection and we have to learn how to live with them. Show our younger girls how strong we can be even if we don’t have the perfect nose, the perfect waist. It shouldn’t matter. Your body doesn’t make who you are, your personality does.
As Harper said on her post yesterday… We want to spread a social movement that it is okay to not be perfect. We want to encourage everyone to share a photo of yourself about something you love about yourself that is not perfect, take a picture with no make-up, or with frizzy hair, just post something that embraces that everyone is Perfectly Imperfect. Once the picture is posted hashtag #PerfectlyImperfect. Let’s let this spread and embrace we are not perfect but perfectly imperfect.
I have pictures of myself without make up. I don’t always wear make up. But I do feel better about myself when I do. My body is far from perfect, I don’t think I’ll ever look in the mirror and love the reflection. I lose gain… I gain weight… I was pregnant once… I have no excuse, I am the reason why my body is the way it is. I’m not blaming anyone. I simply don’t like it but I’m determine to work hard and transform myself. I’ll do this for me, not you or you. ME!