Category: Being confident

Do you want (to) make (it) up?

Do you want (to) make (it) up?

No matter if I look at a magazine, or watch TV, or if I only use Instagram – there are so many beauties everywhere. These perfect smiles, the super white teeth, rosy cheeks, and shiny eyes. And of course, all of them wear makeup. These days it is normal for most girls to start coloring their face at the age of 12. Why? Because they were told to only look beautiful with these colors. But can a girl not be pretty without making up her face? Continue reading “Do you want (to) make (it) up?”

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Not in my dancing shoes

Not in my dancing shoes

It’s pretty easy to give advice to someone, to tell a person what he or she should do, but taking actions, that’s something different. Certainly most people care about me, when they want to tell me how I should live my life and what I am supposed to do. But they are not me. It’s my life, and my decisions. I might not be perfect, neither are they, and I don’t want to be(come). I want to make mistakes, so please let me learn, let me grow, let me be me.
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How to become more confident around people – the difference between social media and real life

How to become more confident around people – the difference between social media and real life

Social media makes lots of things easier. One of them is the way to communicate with strangers. You get in touch with people who live miles away from you. Maybe so far away that you only had a chance to meet them accidentally on a trip. But how likely is it, that you can get so close to someone, or know what he likes, before you talked to a person? On social media like Instagram, Twitter, Tumblr, or here on WordPress, people are more plain with others. They show who they are, what they love, what they think. It’s easier talking to a stranger online than offline. But how can people transfer this confidence to real life?
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