I know, I know, I know. You should love and accept exactly who you are. Whether that be your looks, personality, intelligence, job, or whatever. But don’t we all have those few things about ourselves that we wish we could just change? I sure hope I’m not the only one…
/// 3 Things I would change ///
1. My body type
UH DUH. Pretty sure everyone has things about their body they would change. Mine would be my frame. As told to me by scientific proof (measuring the distance between my elbow bones), I have a wide body frame. I’d definitely opt to change that one. Gimmeee those long ass legz plz.
2. My anxiety
I worry. I worry a lot, a lot. So much so that it gets a bit annoying. For example, I have to check my purse for my wallet multiple times, or know where my keys are if I wake up at 3AM. I don’t think I have OCD, but I definitely am a bit of a worry wart. I try to chill. To get perspective, but sometimes I just wish it came more easily to me.
3. My bank account
How cool would it be to not have to worry about money, ever?! You could buy everyone you love presents, or donate to charities, and I’m not trying to go all Mother Theresa on you because obviously you could also spend a shit ton on yourself. The idea of being able to live without constantly thinking about income would be really neat.
/// 3 Things I wouldn’t Change ///
1. My Relationships
I’ve really lucked out in this category. I have great friends, family, and even an awesome boy
toy friend. I wouldn’t trade them for any of the above.
2. My Work Ethic
Holy Sh*t guys I am a hardcore worker. Focused, determined, and a self-starter, not to toot my own horn, but TOOT TOOT. Just for proof: I graduated top of my high school class #3 & I graduated from university in 3 years, with 2 degrees, and the highest honors.
3. My Language
After spending a year living abroad in Spain, more on that to come in the future, I am so grateful/happy/#blessed to be a native English speaker. It really is the language of the world, of business, of travel, and media. So I’m pretty pumped I understand and speak it nearly perfectly.