Finding Your Self Worth
Finding your self-worth is the most important building block you have to do in your life. Your self-worth is correlated with the quality of your life experiences, relationships and health. If you don’t discover your self-worth early enough, you will be looking for it your whole life.
1. You’re beautiful, loved and attractive.
Your own eyes are masking your beauty. I remember this happening to me when I was in a parasitic friendship. I was mentally drained from baggage being inflicted on me and questioning why this situation was happening to me. I called myself ugly and unattractive when my mind was like “What? Are you kidding me? No you’re not! She wants to drag you down to her level so stop being silly.” Don’t allow a person or group to drown you in their sorrows so you’ll become stagnant and feed off of self hate. Take off the blindfold others put on you.
2. Cut off any person who doesn’t make you feel better after interacting with them.
You shouldn’t be in a friendship or relationship that makes you feel bad about yourself. An ideal friendship or relationship should motivate you.
3. Dress & appear how you want.
If you really want to dress classy and your low esteem tells you “People will say you’re doing too much and laugh at you” so you listen, you’re giving into people’s thoughts of you. Chances are you really know what you want and appearing how you want will give your confidence the exposure it needs. When you look how you want, your esteem will increase and you’ll become motivated in your life.
4. Write down a # of qualities you love about yourself by dividing the # of qualities by your weight.
For example, I’m 130 pounds so I’ll write 65 qualities that I love. If you want to write more qualities about yourself, go by your height by whatever measurements you use.
5. Don’t stay up late!
I noticed the later I stayed up, the more involved I was in my thoughts and my level of esteem. When I went to bed earlier, I felt better about myself.
6. Constantly monitor your mental health and behavior so you won’t become a passenger in your life.
gorgeous gorgeous girls spend sunday’s eating delicious food, making delicious juices, and resetting for the week ahead ✨
- celery juice
- carrot juice
- grapefruit + orange juice
- beet juice
I’ll have extravagant diamonds with perfect clarity, and gold pieces that require the utmost care.
Mara Brock Akil
Mara Brock Akil (born Mara Dionne Brock; May 27, 1970) is an American screenwriter and television producer. She created the UPN comedy series Girlfriends (2000–2008) and its spin-off The Game (2006–2015). She later created the first drama series for BET Being Mary Jane (2013–2019). In 2018, she produced Black Lightning for The CW and created Love Is for the Oprah Winfrey Network.
Brock Akil first began writing for television in 1994 writing for the critically acclaimed but short-lived Fox series South Central. In 1999, she served as supervising producer and writer on The Jamie Foxx Show after writing for Moesha for four seasons. In 2000, Brock Akil created and executive produced (along with Kelsey Grammer) another UPN series, Girlfriends. She also created and executive produced a spin-off to Girlfriends, The Game, along with her husband Salim Akil. In 2009, Brock Akil became a consulting producer and writer for the ABC suburban sitcom Cougar Town. She is the creator of BET's Being Mary Jane, which premiered in 2013.
Brock Akil went straight to UPN and sold her idea for her hit series to the network. She shopped the series around to studios to start the filming process, but, even though the show sold to a major network, no filming company wanted to take the bait. She struck a deal with Kelsey Grammer, and his involvement with Paramount Pictures was able to sign on as an executive producer for the show. Girlfriends premiered on September 11, 2000, and became a part of UPN's Monday night prime time line up. Chronicling the life of Joan Clayton, played by Tracee Ellis Ross, and her three friends, the show ran for eight seasons, lasting through the production switch from UPN and the launch of The CW network. The show's two-part series finale aired on the CW on February 11, 2008.
i am at a place in my life where i promise you i will not deal with anything i don’t have to.
i’m leaving, i’m unfollowing, i’m blocking, and doing anything i got to do not do deal with people & situations where i’m not valued or respected.
my peace is my priority. 🧘🏾♀️
URBAN LOVE WITCH 💕
How to Decide Your Ideal Image
Finding out what you want to look like and practice is a rite of passage for feminine women. Your image can cause you to earn more than you would’ve, you’ll have preferential treatment and you will gain opportunities from doors that would’ve been closed if you didn’t appear the way you did.
Decide what your likes and dislikes are.
Base your image off of your own music likes, characters you relate to on TV, and how you imagine yourself.
Don’t choose an image that’s popular if you don’t like it.
If having a budget Barbie image is popular, don’t choose it when you’re more of a socialite. If you try to incorporate a lifestyle you don’t like and especially the lifestyle expenses overlap, they will severely clash.
Evaluate your budget for your lifestyle change.
A lifestyle change can be very expensive depending on what your image is. Even if you own 1 item or have it on paper, you can be your ideal image!
Write down what you would do in your ideal image.
Does a woman in your ideal image wake up at 5:30AM to have morning tea and exercise? Do you have to wake up at 9 to begin your projects? Tailor your new schedule to overlap your current.
Change out your wardrobe and pantry.
If your new image is a model, you may add straight leg pants to elongate your legs and a cashmere sweater that can be upgraded for a surprise evening dinner. Everything in a department store isn’t fashionable and thrift stores aren’t full of garbage.
A model image may have fresher food, a sparkling water machine and frozen fruit in her kitchen.
Wake up as your ideal self daily.
Jump in headfirst instead of dipping your toes in. Wake up at 5:30, have a few cups of tea but brush your teeth afterwards to prevent staining and be out of the house an hour earlier. What’s stopping you?
Record your progress!
When you log your progress, you’ll be more likely to keep up your new lifestyle for motivation.
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Amma Asante MBE (born 13 September 1969) is a British filmmaker, screenwriter, former actress, and Chancellor at Norwich University of the Arts, who was born in London to parents from Ghana. Her love for the film industry started when she received her first role in BBC's Grange Hill. Asante wrote and produced the 1998 BBC Two series Brothers and Sisters, starring David Oyelowo. She was a childhood friend of model Naomi Campbell, whom she met when they were seven years old.
Amma Asante’s career started when she first attended a performing arts school that allowed her to draft her first sitcom script. Later, she became a child actress and made her first appearances on television in Grange Hill and Desmond's. In her late teens, Asante left acting and worked in screenwriting with a development deal from Chrysalis. She founded a production company, Tantrum Films, where she wrote and produced two series of the BBC Two drama Brothers and Sisters (1998).
Asante was appointed Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) in the 2017 Birthday Honours for services to film. In 2018, Asante became the first woman to receive the British Urban Film Festival honorary award from actress Dona Croll for outstanding contribution to film and television.
Mood right now… Quick trip to Vegas
Oh yeah! The airline lost my luggage 🧳 🤕
QUICK UPDATE: They found my luggage in Oakland, CA and sent it to Vegas !
Make an honest attempt at everything you’re interested in. Never limit yourself.