There is too much judgment in this world.
Too much self righteous bullshit.
We are all just trying to live our lives & be who we want to be.
So for the record:
I don’t use all natural products
I whiten my teeth & I had braces
I receive balayage treatments to get those magical highlights.
I’m meticulous to my body hair
I wax my brows & bikini
I shave my legs & my armpits
I do agree that the hair removing multi billion industry has made us all suckers – me included obviously
I don’t practice yoga on my mat daily
I do meditate daily
I get my flu shot
I have received all my vaccinations & am glad my parents got me vaccinated
I take birth control pills
I take prescription medications
I use cannabis
I went naked on the Big Island
I am pro choice
I don’t eat all organic & natural
I am not vegan
I adopt & rescue my pets from shelters & pounds
I donate as much as I can to non profits & if a non profit comes to me for an “influencing” collaboration I do not accept payment
I was raised Christian. From the age of 16 to my mid twenties I referred to myself as a Buddhist. Today I believe both Christian & Buddhist philosophies have shaped my spirituality. I lean towards agnostic now.
Even though this post is about being no judge mental & I do my best to be nonjudgemental, like everyone else I have my moments of judging myself & others
I am ambitious & can be consumed in achieving what I want
I can be very stubborn
I have a temper
I have a 3 strikes your out mindset
A lot of my yoga clothes are great for photoshoots but not for practice ((the boobies just pop out!!))
I’m for the free the nipple movement 👆🤣
I find serial killers fascinating & watch a lot of true crime
I’m not a fan of the whole “be positive” nothing negative movement
I don’t know if I want to have children one day
I get my energy from myself & not from others
I have already flipped one driver off today & called another driver a mother fucker
I’m not perfect nor strive for perfection
I don’t mind showing off my body
I make mistakes
I am always growing, changing, & discovering new parts of myself