Be true Be you Be real

Forget trying to keep up with likes and unrealistic standards set by people or ‘celebrities’ like the Kardashians…find yourself, love yourself and realise you’re unique and one of a kind.

Being true to yourself is the most honest you can be. No one can treat you as well as you can treat yourself.

Embrace every stretch mark, freckle, spot, scar, wrinkle, graze, uneven complexion, grey hair, mole, chewed nail, chipped tooth, birthmark, every out of place hair…whether you decorate your body with tattoos, henna, piercings, or make-up…Be thankful, each flaw, difference, imperfection is what makes you what you are.

Don’t fall into the trap of competing to have the fullest lips, the blended contour, eyebrows which wouldn’t look out of place on a Barbie doll.

Celebrate who you are. Become your own celebrity. Being real is and being you is 100% more powerful and endearing than the superficial unworthy celebrities who seem to surround us at every turn.

Use your uniqueness to evoke the thoughts, strengths and passions of those around you and the younger generations who look up to you.

Xx

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Karma

Bite your tongue….rise above the small minded, vindictive, evil and cold hearted people of the world. 

Karma always works.

 

Stuck for a Christmas gift….πŸŽ„πŸ“š

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Stuck for a present to buy someone for Christmas…?? πŸŽ„πŸŽπŸŽ„
Want to give something unique,  personal, inexpensive, within budget, value for money…..something which can give that special someone a release, a story, an adventure, magic, mystery, truth, history or fiction…then for goodness sake go shopping in a book shop. πŸ“šπŸ“–πŸ“šπŸ“–πŸ“š
Any book shop, whether it be a large wealthy chain or a small independent bookseller, it doesn’t matter. πŸ“šπŸ“–πŸ“šπŸ“–πŸ“š
The gift of a book is something which everyone should receive.

Happy book shopping peeps.

Xx

Books πŸ“š

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I’m sorry but you will not convince or convert me…..I am a book lover. I believe in the magic, the feel, the smell, the touch, the words, the comfort, the company of a book.
Any book is better than an electronic replacement.
You can tell a lot of a person character by peeking at their bookshelves.
Money spent on a book is not wasted. Books passed down through the family hold a meaning; hold a history.
Buying a book as a present indicates that you have given your time, your understanding and included your effort into that person, what they like, whether they are they a dreamer, a realist, a history freak.
The magic of a book will never be lost on me.
Xx