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Mirror Mirror on the Wall, who is the prettiest of the all?

Updated: Mar 18

If you've ever asked yourself: "Mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the prettiest of them all?" then this article is for you. In my humble opinion, there's no one more beautiful than you! But if we're being completely honest here, who doesn't want to be their own personal version of Snow White? Me neither! And don't get me wrong—I'm not trying to sell anyone anything here (except maybe myself), but I do think that we can all benefit from a few tips on how to look at ourselves in a very different light because let's face it...we're not always our own biggest fans which leads us to make some pretty stupid decisions when it comes to our appearance and even worse when it comes down to our attitudes toward other people too! That said....

Love yourself, be yourself.

There are a lot of things that can make you feel beautiful, but here's one that sticks out in my mind:

You're beautiful. You are! It doesn't matter what other people say about your looks and it doesn't matter if you don't see yourself as pretty/handsome enough. You are beautiful and unique, just like everyone else on this planet. Everyone has something special about them which makes them stand out from the crowd - whether it be their smile or their laugh or even just an awkward walk (we've all got one). But these qualities aren't anything to be ashamed of! They're what makes us human beings special because they show off our personality traits in such a unique way no one else has ever seen before... And who doesn't want to be different?

It's okay to wish for more than you have.

It's okay to want more than you have.

It's okay to wish for something more than what you've got, even if it's just a little bit of money or fame. It doesn't mean that your life is miserable and incomplete, but rather that you are working towards making yourself happier by reaching goals that excite and inspire you. And as long as those goals aren't harmful to others (like stealing), then go ahead! Work on those dreams!

Beauty is not just how you look on the outside, it's also how you feel on the inside.

Beauty is more than just how you look on the outside. It's also how you feel on the inside.

Beauty isn't a number, it's an age and a size that fluctuates with time and circumstance (and sometimes diet). Beauty isn't a label--it's just who you are as an individual.

Beauty is not something we can put into words, but we know when we see it because it makes us feel something strong: joy or sorrow, happiness or sadness--whatever emotion comes naturally to us as human beings!

Think positive and good things will happen to you.

You can't always control what happens to you, but you can control how you react to it. This is a lesson that I have had to learn over and over again in my life and one that has served me well. When things are going well and life is good, it's easy to stay positive. But when times are tough or things don't go your way, how do we stay positive?

It isn't easy! There will be days when all we want is some comfort food and a pint of ice cream while binge watching TV shows on Netflix (or Hulu). But those days are rare--most often we need something else: an extra dose of self-care so that we can get through our bad moods without letting them drag us down further into depression or anxiety.

Here are some ideas for boosting your mood when things aren't going so well:

Don't let other people bring you down, even if they don't mean to.

In a world where we are constantly bombarded with images of beauty, it can be tempting to compare yourself to others. It's easy for us to fall into the trap of feeling less than because someone else looks better than us in their Instagram selfie or has more followers on Twitter. But don't let other people bring you down!

Be confident in your own skin and ignore what other people say about you; after all, their opinions aren't based on facts or reality--they're just opinions!

You are your own worst critic, but that doesn't mean you need to be

You are your own worst critic. You don't need to be, though. You can be your own best friend, cheerleader and biggest fan.

You may think you're being critical of yourself because it's necessary but in reality it's just an excuse for you not to try anything new or different because of fear of failure or embarrassment if someone sees how much work went into something and then they don't like the finished product (or worse yet...they do!).

We all want people who love us unconditionally--and that includes ourselves! We should always strive for self-love first before we ever consider loving another person so deeply as well as ourselves being our number one priority when making decisions in life; this way we can truly keep our minds at peace knowing no matter what happens next there will always be someone around who cares enough about us not only outwardsly but also inwardly too!


The next time you look in the mirror and don't like what you see, remember that there are more important things than how you look. Love yourself, be yourself, and most importantly think positive!

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