Sunday, 17 May 2015

Escaping The Comfort Zone

         

I'm a bit of a recluse. I doubt myself and question everything I do. I'm my biggest critic.
The question, "what will people think?", Has for a little too long stopped me from trying things and pushes me further into my comfort zone.
So I decided I'm just going to live life and have fun.

I've dared myself to do something I've always wanted to do. To put myself out there and be unapologetically me. To say hello to everyone that fascinates me, to stop looking down to avoid eye contact and most especially to stop worrying about what I wear and to Just Have Fun because, I only live once and I've decided to make it count.

To all you beautiful people out there who struggle with putting yourself out there and are constantly hiding you amazing personalities. I say, embrace spontaneity. Say hello to someone you haven't spoken to, dance in public, laugh out loud and ignore the stares that come your way and most important of all. Have fun

So I hope you have a wonderful week and try something new and say NO to the comfort zone.

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  1. Nice one Alexis! Embracing ones self is very important, and although I grew up embracing myself as I am, it got to a point I started feeling childish and felt I had to act all grown up... Guess that took that free child that I was away, and I think it doused my spark... So trust me, right now I'm trying to be that little girl I was, playing with no thought of tomorrow... For some reasons I had that joy,but right now, it comes as a struggle, but I am working on my mind to make myself know that I do deserve to be as happy as everyone deserve to... Thanks for sharing though... I certainly need to learn to share too on my blog😊

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    1. Thank you it means a lot. I'm glad to hear this.Trust me, I feel like we are all works in progress and that sharing and embracing our true selves is key. Keep it up <3

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  2. Nice one Alexis! Embracing ones self is very important, and although I grew up embracing myself as I am, it got to a point I started feeling childish and felt I had to act all grown up... Guess that took that free child that I was away, and I think it doused my spark... So trust me, right now I'm trying to be that little girl I was, playing with no thought of tomorrow... For some reasons I had that joy,but right now, it comes as a struggle, but I am working on my mind to make myself know that I do deserve to be as happy as everyone deserve to... Thanks for sharing though... I certainly need to learn to share too on my blog😊

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