i recently heard an amazing article that has changed me life, so cliché but totally true. it is called Confessions from the Anti-Covergirl. read it, RIGHT NOW you won't regret it. and you won't understand this post if you don't so do. now although not all of us are missionaries... well probably none of us if you're reading this, it still applies to each and every once of us. just like her story, mostly every morning i wake up and me getting (ready) is yoga pants, tank top, tennish shoes. because when i'm out in town at school, i go straight to the gym. so i apparently feel the need to wear those clothes all day. along with no make up and hair up in who knows, maybe 3 days of wash? kill me. it's been a goal of mine since... well.. forever to be in shape. these past couple of weeks i have been a little crazy with it. eating healthy, running a lot, working out as much as i can. and i feel gooood. if you don't exercise, exercise. it brings out the best in you. but i've come to find out, it doesn't matter if i wear those clothes, if i don't get fully ready EVERYDAY with make up and all. because we are good enough. i am so sick of attacking those "not enough" those doubtful i can't words, those stressful days you just want to curl in bed and cry. for dayyyyyss i'm saying. (college kills me) so here's to that article, quitting those not enoughs. because we are all daughters of God and he is so proud of each and every one of us. president Uchtdorf says it simple and perfect; we are not forgotten. He loves us. and is so proud of us.
here's to feeding out spirit's with goodness this wednesday afternoon, xo