MEAN GIRLS

Hey my precious, charming, beautiful followers and readers!

I’m not sure how old you are, or if you remember middle school, but, girls are mean. Not all girls, but some girls just generally seem to hate the entire female middle-schooler population. These are the ones that always post on their Facebook saying that it’s “Okay to be yourself”, and “Stand out”, or “Be courageous”, and yet they always push everyone down for being different.

Well, IT IS okay to be yourself. ¬†There always will be girls that may say mean things about you, or try to make things harder, but they don’t really matter. They all have their own reasons for doing it, but they’re the ones that are really having the insecurities.

Or it may be jealousy. You might have something they want, curves, a brain, a nice boyfriend, friends that care about you, you get the idea. Or, you may simply just be being yourself, and they don’t have the courage to do that.

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Here’s my message to YOU!

Don’t let the BS of today make you feel like you’re not worth something.

It may not be mean girls, but whatever it is, try to put it behind you. You’re beautiful, and it’s not worth it.

And sorry if this post was a bit of an awkward one. I just had to get it out of my system!! I had a bad day at school today…like I said, girls can be meanie heads.

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My Earliest Memory of Color

When I was younger, everything felt new. It was a new world, a new life, new beginnings. Already at a small age, I was interested in color. Colors made me happy, and they made everyone else happy too. I drew all the time, every day, on paper bags or menus or computer paper or even on myself, with crayons or whatever I could get my hands on. My drawings made people seem proud of me.

I was six then, now I’m 13,¬†and I know one thing. I love fashion.

Fashion is art you can touch, smell, and wear; it’s art that moves with you. It can create a statement. I’m young, but it is truly my passion.

I know tons of girls go through the “I wanna be a pop-star” faze or the “I wanna be a fashion designer” faze, or the “I’m emo” faze (yikes!). But this isn’t a faze, art is truly what I enjoy.

This blog is to share my journey through adolescence, my experiences, ideas, thoughts, and yes, my art. My fashion. My creativity. I hope you, whoever is reading this, is interested in what I have to say.