Inspirational · Self-care


I read an amazing post on flaws written by J|the nelly bean, she wrote about flaws she loved about herself and it inspired me to do my post too.

Disclaimer: If you’re reading this post, get ready for some story telling (even though I was rambling at some point). Read at your own risk. Some you would find hilarious and entertaining. This is just me being real and sharing a part of me which I’ve had a hard time accepting while growing up. There are some important lessons to take away from here too.

Currently, I am reading Yes please by Amy Poehler (review coming soon) and she was so A U T H E N T I C. Amy wore her heart on her sleeves and was vulnerable. I love that book! Amy shared a story of how she was flat chested in middle school and how that made her feel really low about herself. She also said something about everyone having demons.
She explained that this demon comes once in a while, especially when you’re staring at the mirror (perfect time, right?). This demon is annoyingly good at pointing out our flaws to us; “Hey, look your waist line is increasing, didn’t you see the picture of Betsy on IG yesterday? Isn’t that body goals? You should try to be like her”, “The folds by the sides of your belly have just increased to 3! You should throw away all your tight dresses, you’d look horrible in them”, “Ewww, you look like death, are you sure you’re still going for that party or hangout?”.

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Heygirl, can I tell you the shocking truth? THAT DEMON VOICE IS YOURS. Accept it or not, it is. The voice is usually low and it won’t even sound like you at that moment, but it’s you.

“The good news is there are ways to make it stop talking. The bad news is it never goes away. If you are lucky, you can live a life where the demon is generally forgotten”.

Amy Poehler

Yeah, what she said. I hope the stories I’m going to be sharing in this post would play a role in helping you.

These are 3 FLAWS about myself I’ve learned to love and live with;


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In my first year in the university, a guy was talking to my friend and I and out of nowhere, he said “you have a nice face but you would have looked prettier if you didn’t have rabbit teeth”. I scoffed and acted like what he said didn’t mean anything.

No, this isn’t where it started.

Since my days in highschool, I’ve always hated my dentition. My sisters didn’t have perfect dentition but why was mine worse? Why are my incisors slightly bigger and crooked? And why is there a little gap in the middle? I liked nothing about my dentition except for my pink fresh-looking gums. I felt it (my dentition) made me look ugly when I smile. As a result, I started making efforts to make sure my teeth doesn’t show when I smile ( I laugh hysterically and show all my 28 when I forget myself). And of course, we know it looks more natural when you actually show your teeth when smiling.

My mum has the prettiest dentition I’ve ever seen. And guess what? She has gap tooth too, like me. Unlike mine, hers are straight and just I dunno, pretty and white! I wish I had her kind of dentition. One time, someone said I look like my mom whenever I smile, like genuinely smile. I didn’t believe it until my dad said the same thing too. Another person also said I had a beautiful smile too but I didn’t believe it because he was a toaster (flirting with me) and I felt he was only saying that to get into my pants. My friends said the same thing too. Eventually, I began to accept these compliments. It didn’t take too long before I started smiling fully in my pictures.

My dentition isn’t perfect but it doesn’t stop my smile from being pretty.

Today, I looveee my smile and if you crack a joke, I’ll show you my 28 without holding back!
For the ones that care, keep staring at my crooked, not-so-white, cute bunny gap teeth in my selfies. Una get time.


Me when I hear someone say, “all igbo girls have yam legs”๐Ÿ‘‡


Ahem, Eskis me. I am an FBI – FULL BLOODED IGBO. As in both parents are from the east, but I don’t have yam legs!

This was my most disturbing flaw then and this is where I’ll be sharing another story.

When I was younger, 15, 16, I always wore skirts, long skirts and all. While my mates were wearing the trending leopard skin leggings or pencil jeans or carrot jeans, I was okay and comfortable in my Mary Amaka (but pencil) skirts. I loved jeans, I really loved jeans but I couldn’t wear them. Why?? I had tiny toothpick legs which I really felt insecure about and rather than wearing skinny jeans or leggings or carrot jeans that would accentuate them, I settled with what I felt more comfortable in.
However, there were struggles I faced (if you wear skirts, you’d understand these struggles) and I got tired of wearing them. I had to always sit in a particular way, the pencil skirts (a very narrow straight skirt) made me walk in a particular way – because it was pencil – and it restricted me from stretching my legs properly when walking while for the flare skirts, I was always conscious when I wore them out because I was always worried that any little breeze would raise it up and show the world my SpongeBob underwear (which were very pretty). Yeah, skirts aren’t really my thing. Maybe I am an awkward person but I don’t think I would ever feel comfortable in skirts. I love trousers. With trousers, I don’t struggle like this (at least with my pajamas, I didn’t). I really wanted to try them too. So, I ditched skirts.

I decided to try baggy trousers, like sweats and palazzo. Palazzo was and is still bae.

Palazzo trousers are long women’s trousers cut with a loose, extremely wide leg that flares out from the waist


These type of trousers did a great job hiding my tiny legs and made me feel comfortable. I kept wearing baggy trousers. However, my love for jeans didn’t fade, I still wanted to rock jeans so bad.
Also, I saw the way it looked on other skinny girls and even if I knew that I wouldn’t be able to pull it off like they did. I felt “maybe it wouldn’t look so bad on me”. So, I started shopping for jeans. But I didn’t start with the skinny ones though. From straight jeans, I graduated to skinny jeans ๐Ÿ˜

Don’t laugh at my shoes, this picture is old!

Today, Jeans is a piece of clothing that defines my entire wardrobe and my life; from skinny, to skinny-cropped to skinny-ripped. You name it, lol.
I was going through IG the other day and I saw a post on exercise tips on how to ‘reduce fat in legs’. I was like, “really? that’s a thing?”. I just shook my head and scrolled past.
In my mind, I was thinking “see me that wanted so badly to have thick legs, unknowingly to me, there are actually people out there who feel their legs are too fat and want to have skinny legs! It’s funny isn’t it?


My forehead is big because of the disrespectful thoughts I keep to myself.

This is not just your usual forehead gang. My forehead is massive. Let me paint a picture: imagine a forehead that looks like a N100 cab ride from the eyebrows to the hairline, then you know what I’m talking about ๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜ญ

Jokes apart. This one flaw has made me feel insecure about my forehead since childhood. I got used to taking half photos ( in a way that the whole of my forehead won’t show). I also wore hairstyles (like fringe/bangs) that’ll cover it or at least try to. I even feared braiding then.

But thank God for beautiful places like instagram and pinterest. I saw pictures of girls boldly and gloriously displaying their foreheads. They have big foreheads like me, they are beautiful too (even though they were on heavy makeup) but the only difference was that, they loved the way it was, heck some didn’t even give it so much attention. They made it feel like if you don’t have a big forehead, you are not winning. That was also how I got to know of the thing called ‘forehead gang’.ย 

With time, I stopped hating my forehead. I gladly accepted this and joined the fantastic forehead gang with joy. Today, braids is one of my favorite styles and I’d intentionally wear it up (and lay my edges). I feel it brings out the shape of my face and it makes me look good!

These are just 3 flaws I’ve learned to love and since I accepted them, no one has been able to use them against me ๐Ÿ˜Š I guess I listened to Tyrion Lannister!

That thick body you probably hate so much. Someone out there is doing the most just to be thick. That gap tooth you hate because you feel it makes your smile look ugly, do you know people actually do surgeries to have gap tooth?!

Amy Poehler said something and in terms of body, I think I’d like to quote it here:

“Let go of what you will never have. People who do this are happier and sexier”.

I’d like to add my words: “Let go of what you will never have and learn to appreciate what you have, make it look as best as it can because there’s nothing like being comfortable in your own body. People who do this are happier and sexier”.

I have a really small stature, I’m not short, but I look really small for my age. But I have no problem with it, I love it that way. At least, I can hide under the chair when they’re shooting gun or when there’s robbery.

Girl be comfortable in that body. Stop starving your beautiful body!

“Hopefully as you get older, you start to learn how to live with your demon. Itโ€™s hard at first. Some people give their demon so much room that there is no space in their head or bed for love. They feed their demon and it gets really strong and then it makes them stay in abusive relationships”.

Amy Poehler

According to Pathway to Happiness, these insecurities can birth low self esteem and low self esteem can in turn lead to stress and even depression.

Google says thatย a flaw could be a blemish, fault, imperfection, defect or shortcoming and everyone’s got at least one!ย So, flaws aren’t always physical. However, most times the physical ones are what most of us battle with.

Learn to live with your demon. Don’t give it the bed and sleep on the floor. Don’t even give it the top bunk if you have one, if it fights with you for it, maybe you can pretend like you’re okay with it and then wake up in the middle of the night – like that sneaky little fox that you are – when it’s asleep and push it off the bunk, LET IT FALL OFF AND BREAK ITS BACK. *evil grin*. Don’t feed it so it won’t get bigger silly! Don’t pay so much attention to it when it appears when you’re standing in front of that mirror, preparing to go for that party. Even if it does appear, I’d advice you use this smart-ass answer Amy suggested (which I found hilarious lol):
If it comes with “You arenโ€™t pretty,โ€ you go, โ€œI know, I know, now let me find my earrings.โ€ Sometimes you say, โ€œDemon, I promise you I will let you remind me of my ugliness, but right now I am having hot *** so I will check in later”.

Accept your flaws. Self-confidence

“Learning to love your appearance is part of the ongoing process of unlearning all the ways society tells you to hate yourself”. Doyin says.

Body positivity is a journey and know that you’re not alone ๐Ÿ’•

I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful, I know that full well”.
Psalm 139:14, NIV


What are your flaws? Do you have similar physical traits you’ve learnt to embrace? How did you learn to embrace and live with them? Do you have something (preferably a word of advice) to say to others out there who are still struggling to fit in the society? Share your story with me, I’d love to know ๐Ÿ’•



  1. I really enjoyed reading this post my dear. I’m glad that you’ve been able to accept these flaws as part of who you are. You know I also don’t like my gap tooth. When I was much younger I thought changing from milk to permanent teeth would seal the gap. But now, I can’t help but flaw those teeth every now and then.
    Well done girl

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    1. Ahn ahn, Is it not your fine gap tooth I’m seeing in your pictures on IG?? And thank God the gap didn’t seal! Lol. Thank you Koz for sharing this ๐Ÿ’•


  2. Wow!! Errrmmmm wow!
    This was- for lack of a better term, Amazenips!
    I don’t have an incisor gap, but my teeth always seems bigger than my face when I smile. And I’ve always hated it for so long.
    Thanks! This was lovely. And this was inspiring!!.

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    1. Ahh, Cedes! Those cute little bunny teeth perfectly housed by your generous mellifluous alluring pillowy lips you’re always showing us on whatsapp ๐Ÿ˜’ is what you saw as a flaw?? Ahdonbilivittt


  3. hahahahhahahah…let me just say you are gorgeous…. “My forehead is big because of the disrespectful thoughts I keep to myself.” lolololol… Hey girl, this post cracked me all the way up…

    Lol my legs were really skinny well they still are but mine were called bird legs… or ostrich legs.. im sure you just imagined an ostrich and you see how funny they look…lol… any hoot im loving this post…there are so many things I wish I could change about me growing up, my teeth, which are still sunshine yellow ,to add insult to injury they are sunshine yellow and crooked from years of sucking my thumb. My mother didn’t get me braces because she had hells trying to get me to stop …she figured I got my due comeuppance I guess…

    I hated that my boobs took so long to come in, now they are more than I can bear…hahah I love this… I hated my freckles… I wanted to change it all…but with age comes acceptance and I’ve learned to accept myself just they way I am and I love myself…

    Very inspiring post…

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    1. I actually imaging an ostrich ๐Ÿ˜‚ lol @sunshine yellow. The boobs part, like you know! ๐Ÿ˜‚ I didn’t have boobs till I was 11, all the girls in my class already had massive ones and my chest was still there, like a blackboard. Even my crush (then) crushed me because I didn’t have boobs. I HAD A HARD TIME. Freckles? Sometimes I wish I had freckles!

      I’m glad you accepted and learned to love yourself.

      “With age comes acceptance”.

      Thank you so much Keda for sharing your beautiful story ๐Ÿ’• You are beautiful.

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  4. Wow I really enjoyed myself reading..
    Its funny, educative and inspiring at d same time. Your flaw can be another person’s want. You may complain about having large forehead, no dimple, small head, big head, flat a**, even big a** but just remember that some people would kill to have what you have naturally. Back then I use to think that my head was too big but it’s funny how most ladies I meet will say that i’m handsome n love my head shape ๐Ÿ˜‚. I’m not saying that what people say about you should fully determine how you see yourself but you by your own self should appreciate who you are and be free with yourself and others then you’ll see how people will appreciate you for being and loving yourself.

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    1. “Your flaw can be another person’s want”. I have something similar to that “where you are now is someone’s prayer point”, you do have a big head Stan but it fits perfectly on your neck and your huge macho body ๐Ÿ˜ meaning, you are handsome with it and if it were smaller, I don’t think you would be (no shades๐Ÿ˜‚).

      You have really beautiful words there. Thank you for sharing Stanley, I loved reading this ๐Ÿ’•


  5. Okay, I can relate to the toothpick legs and forehead part๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚ but then my girl is still veru smart, beautiful and unique.
    I Can’t love you less๐Ÿค— Nice post girl๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

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  6. I can totally relate. When I was in highschool, people would always insult me for my foot. My foot is flat on the floor so most of my flat shoes don’t look so pretty, the sides of the shoe was facing the floor and it also affected the way I walked. Then I got to university and found out that it wasn’t my fault, it was a genetic deformity I apparently took from my dad. After I learnt that, I stopped caring what other people thought about it. I also had issues with my gap tooth, I didn’t like snapping pictures showing my teeth but I realised that’s what makes my smile beautiful. Our flaws most times are what make us UNIQUE.

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    1. Yeah, I was in that class when Dr. Conrad was explaining those genetic traits. That was even where I learned that gap tooth (diastema) and dimples are also genetic!

      “Our flaws are what makes us unique”. Nice one๐Ÿ’• I love your story Tresh and thank you for sharing. You are beautiful ๐Ÿ’•

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    1. Yaaay! Let me know when you do, I’d loovvvveeee to read yours too! “La vida loca” ๐Ÿ˜ Go girrrrrrrlllll. Thank you for sharing this Sike ๐Ÿ’• You’re beautiful.


  7. Growing up I was laughed at as I was the tallest among my siblings (elder ones inclusive ), right not Iโ€™m still pretty tall and thatโ€™s something Iโ€™ve come to love about myself and will definitely not trade it for anything.
    I also had small boobs(i still have them btw), growing up i always wore padded bra to deceive people but right now Iโ€™ve grown to accept and love them as they are, at least if nothing else they dont sag.
    Iโ€™m also part of the forehead gang, i used to hate it at some point in my life but right now iโ€™ve grown to love it ( at least we have something in common with Rihanna)
    Iโ€™ve never been one to have a wonderful hair, my hair still isnโ€™t long and full and my edges game isnโ€™t great. itโ€™s still a touchy spot for me , it still affects my self esteem and Iโ€™ve not grown to accept that.
    Itโ€™s a really nice write up I must say, keep it up girl. Iโ€™m proud of you.

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    1. You were laughed at for being tall???!! What is people’s problem? Tall that I I’m eating beans up and down to be ๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜ญ Lol @ we have something in common with Rihanna. Yasss girrrl! I know you’re a center-parting kinda girl, personally, I feel you have a lovely shape of head and the hairstyles you do suite you ๐Ÿ’• You always flood whatsapp with your center parting pictures ๐Ÿ˜‚ Ozy with the good hair.

      Your story is beautiful ๐Ÿ’• I enjoyed reading it lol, you should put up a post too. This is such a blessing. Thank you so much for sharing, you’re beautiful ๐Ÿ’•


  8. Hey girl, I used to be so insecure about my eyes cos while growing up, people called me big eyes but right now my eyes are one of the beautiful parts of my my body and I’ve come to accept it while reading your blog. Keep it up girlโค๏ธโค๏ธ

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    1. Lol. People always laughed at me about my big eyes too but I had no problem with it lol. Even till now, they still call me GENERAL OVESEER ๐Ÿ˜‚ I join them to laugh too. Your eyes are beautiful, Amaka. Don’t ever think otherwise. Thank you for sharing ๐Ÿ’•


  9. My dear, talking about having a pencil figure from head to toe. I’d eat so much yet look all skinny still for years. Got shades from all angle but never bothered myself. With the calm face too, I was taken to be ten years younger than my age… A compliment sometimes tho

    I later realised its either a genetic thing or due to some high metabolism in my system according to some medical pros. Still not bothered tho.

    Fortunately, my head added lotta hairs and some flesh decided to add up too ๐Ÿท๐Ÿท

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    1. Yeah. I read somewhere that we are skinny because we have a fast metabolism and stuff like that. Michael with the good hair๐Ÿ˜ Thank you for sharing dear, you are just fine the way you are ๐Ÿ’•

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  10. This is so relatable.
    I’ve always had monstrous feet and hated it so much
    But I read somewhere that girls with big feet have big confidence so I’ve learnt to embrace it.
    Great read

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  11. Dear ‘Hey girl’, why are you like this? How do you get to be this insightful in a clear meaningful way? I forgive your awesomeness and the thick voice speaking to my flaws rightnow.
    And please, keep thinking those dis-respective thoughts…..they make you more beautiful! Love.

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  12. Hihihihihi forehead gang representing ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚ you look lovely girl. They always said I was too fat and jaws too big plus Pocahontas eyes join d mata๐Ÿ˜•๐Ÿ˜•
    But I can’t love me any less ryt now. Thank u babe dis made my day๐Ÿ˜

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  13. This blog is everything and more, like its a must read for everyone..
    I actually don’t have any flaws ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜.. (I make myself to feel like I don’t actually)
    Well I had to deal with low self-esteem in secondary school because I was black, tall (really tall), had terrible skin reaction on my legs (because I was allergic to nuts), had full lips, had big breast that did not complement my slim self, like the list could go on and on till forever.
    But what did I actually do to deal with these Flaws, ๐Ÿ˜€ Faaaaammmm, I started living with them, like I would see them as a part of me and they all made me beautiful and God blessed me with amazing friends that would always encourage me literally everytime.
    Now, I’m proud of my full lips that complement my perfect dentition, my legs because I stand out from the crowd always, my black body (y’all know black is beautiful) and so on..
    I look at myself in the mirror and smile because although these flaws are there, they make look beautiful… Like guy I don’t even imagine my self without them…..
    So, you there, Just know you flaws makes you nobody else, Just you….
    And to my baby girl, this post is amazing ๐Ÿ˜ฉ๐Ÿ˜ฉ๐Ÿ˜ฉ… Like you inspire me fam๐Ÿ’“๐Ÿ’“๐Ÿ’“๐Ÿ’“…
    Shaaaaa, my talk is too much, bye bye

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    1. Yass! Black is beautiful. Of course you’ll always stand out, never try to blend in. “Your flaws makes you nobody else, just you”. This story is all shades of lovely, Debs! Thank you for sharing and I’m glad you started seeing beauty in these imperfections. Thank you so much for the encouraging words too! I won’t stop writing! ๐Ÿ’•


  14. Wow!!!๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚.
    I love this post, ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š and I’m still laughing๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚
    “Body positivity is a journey and know that youโ€™re not alone ” this one is for me , thank you for this one.
    And I am also happy to know that you have recovered already ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š, I knew you’re strong๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿ’ช

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  15. Nice post boo
    It was so inspiring ๐Ÿ˜ฉ. Right now I’m like OK idc but the *demon* will always come back๐Ÿ˜’ prolly by tomorrow. I don’t look my age (I’m sure u noticed),,,people guess my age as *16,17,18* but I’m 19+. I don’t have a thin waist line and tbh this one gets to me very well and cos I don’t get to wear clothes that I want (I’d rather wear a T-shirt or wear a jacket to any tight dress I put on. Sometimes I’m not bothered but I’m actually working on myself (doing some exercises)

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    1. You might not like the fact that you don’t look your age now but when you’re 40 and you’re looking like you’re 22, you’d look back to these moments and laugh out really loud! Lol, girl happily join the gang. I look younger than my age too and I looooovee it! You have no idea. Your story is beautiful. And it’s good to know that you’re working on yourself. Like me, you’re still on your journey to body positivity and I know with time you’d learn to appreciate yourself just the way you are. Because you’re beautiful.

      Thank you babe for sharing. I really appreciate your honesty ๐Ÿ’•


  16. Hey girl!!!
    This is so awesome and relatable and real…. Kudos!
    I used to have insecurity over my height and my hair.. my edges just remain like an 80-year old! And I never ever look my age… like everrrr. lol. People keep mistaking me for a jambite anytime I’m around a uni even when I’m done serving

    But these days, I just laugh and join them to yab myself.
    I’ve realized looks are too fickle to bothered about. I consider the awesome-est people I know, they’ve got their flaws too.. but that don’t matter to me because the awesomeness of their personality overshadows all that.

    Recently, I realized I am currently growing white hair!!! On top my scanty edged. lol, I’m just done being bothered really..
    Embracing my hair, height and baby face…

    Thankssssss for this post. I am inspired to write something on this too. Keep writing girl! ๐Ÿ™‚

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    1. Last year when I went to the Cafe to register for NYSC, a girl asked of it was jamb I was coming to register for?! I just shrugged. It doesn’t affect me anymore. I’ll forever love having a baby face!

      “Looks are too fickle to be bothered about”. WORDDDD ๐Ÿ‘
      And make sure you do so, I’d love to read that post! Thank you for sharing your story girl, you’re beautiful ๐Ÿ’•

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  17. I had an accident in 2012 and it left me a scar on my left leg. For a very long time I didnโ€™t feel comfortable wearing skirts, in 100 level a friend said โ€˜never wear skirts darling,the scar is what I notice first when I see youโ€™. Later on I decided to love me for me….I started rocking different shapes and colours of skirts it was then I realized I had been jonzing๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚
    Hot girl like me โ˜บ๏ธ

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  18. I love this post so much and I think I am gonna do one too this weekend. I grew up with alot of insecurities and low self esteem because of my “flaws” but now I am living la vida loca. Can’t even be bothered. Self confidence does look good on everybody,
    Glad you learnt how to accept yourself.


  19. I get often teased for looking like a 15 year old rather than someone in her 20s, I was always pissed about it, until one day I told myself no matter how pissed I get for it, people would still tease me with it, so whenever someone does that I just laugh it off with them. Nice write upโ˜บ

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    1. Am I the only one who’s happy about looking younger than my age?! ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚ I find it really funny when people disrespect me on my normal clothes and then bow their heads and greet me with “ma” when they see me on my corper uniform ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

      Thank you for sharing Toyosi and you’re beautiful ๐Ÿ’•


  20. Such an interesting post. I don’t know if I’ve had any of such insecurities when it comes to my looks, but I sure do have them in other areas. I’ll definitely work on facing them and overcoming them. Like you said, self confidence looks good on everyone.

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  21. On a second thought, I think Iโ€™m currently struggling with weight gainโ€ฆ sometimes I donโ€™t feel beautiful enough to take a full picture, so I focus on making selfies. But Iโ€™m working on overcoming that as well.

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    1. Awww, you’re beautiful… And it’s not just about your looks, take your selfies, take your full pictures and slay babygirl! Thank you for sharing ๐Ÿ’•


  22. Awwn.. Missed it hereโค
    Now to the post, last week my boss looked me up in the eyes and said I had rabbit teeth. Well, I didn’t swallow him. Somehow I feel rabbit teeth are sexy.
    like you, I v a small stature & I hate to say short. That’s one flaw I cannot change and I’m comfortable with it. #selflove
    PS you re totally beautiful to me!โค

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    1. Awww cliquetalkkkkkkk! I have missed you (and you’re lovely comments) Where have you been o?? Rabbit teeth is definitely segzyโ˜บ๏ธ The ability to embrace every part of you, imperfections and all is what truly makes you beautiful. Thanks for reading dear โค๏ธ

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