YOUR SAUCE


Lifestyle / Wednesday, May 16th, 2018

Hello, Hi. Welcome back guys.

I’m currently typing this with an exam next week Tuesday but my brothers and sisters, I’m tired.

I cannot come and kill myself in the name of university.

Anyway, in an attempt to provide some stress relief, here I am, with another post.

Today, we’re talking about “your sauce”.

I’m not too sure if “sauce” means the same thing in all parts of the world, but in London it kinda means “your style and how people see you”. If I was to say “believe in your sauce”, I would mean it in the sense that you should believe in who you are or believe in the fact that you’re fly boo.

I hope this is making sense.

Now, this term came to mind yesterday because of something a friend said to me. As I’ve said many times before, this year I’m trying to find myself and really exercise self love and all of that great stuff. This journey would in other words mean I’m trying to find my sauce/believe in my sauce. Currently, I do not and I do often enough find myself doubting myself, especially without makeup or with my natural hair out.

A full beat face is when I feel my best but I guess the problem arises when I don’t feel as great without the beat face. Don’t get me wrong, I’ll happily go out with a fresh face but I won’t feel the same as I do when I have makeup on, and that bugs me.

Bringing me back to the whole point of this blog post, I doubt I’m alone here. There’s a whole bunch of us (that for some reason) don’t believe in our excellence, free from filters.

Insecurities are constantly eating away at us that we fail to see how amazing we are in all senses of the word. Some of you are ridiculously talented creativesinsanely beautifulundeniably special, but we all fail to see that at some point and it’s not ok.

 

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So a solution?

I don’t have one.

However, I hope that at some point in life I get to a point where I can confidently call myself beautiful and walk with an air of confidence wherever, with my natural hair out or without makeup.

That’s my goal for the end of the year, to not have to rely on people calling me beautiful to actually feel beautiful as well to feel beautiful when I do some crazy shit. I can’t see myself completely believing in my sauce but I’d like beauty to be a permanent state of mind for me and I’m working towards that.

What about you guys? Are insecurities something that eat away at you? Are you working on it? Let me know!

See ya’ll in the next one.

with all my love,

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