at the end of last year i started listening to one podcast, lithuanian one, ‘Išpakuota’ and all in all it’s a podcast talking about ways how you can take part and save our planet. i’ve heard a lot about zero waste, and the benefits of vegan lifestyle both, for your body and for the planet. but to be honest, i’m still not very educated on zero waste and i know very little about veganism. so why am i writing about it in this blog post? i want to change my way of living. that’s why. i always avoid meat wherever i am, i just hate the fact that an animal died for my 15 minute meal. it doesn’t sit right with me. the same goes for dairy and eggs. in fact, i am actually not a fan of dairy products, they don’t taste good to me and i’m allergic to lactose (or, better said, i’m not a baby cow). taking all of this into account, i think it’s clear by now that i am hands down practicing and slowly incorporating plant-based diet into my life. that is challenging because i live with my family and they are against the idea of eating plant based and think it’s nonsense, but they are slowly facing the fact that one way or another i will be fully vegan one day and slowly but surely they are starting to support me. which is vv exciting! now, living without waste is something i started to take interest in very recently. this topic isn’t something new to me, but i never took time to learn about it. yes, i bought reusable straws, and yes, i don’t support fast fashion and always buy clothes in thrift stores, i use reusable coffee mugs and tote bags, and reusable bags for grocery shopping. but i really want to do something more, i feel like these small changes are great, but i want to make even bigger changes. so this year i’m dedicated to educating myself about zero waste, using less plastic, saying yes to more reusable stuff, changing small things in my every day life. so if you have any tips on plant based lifestyle or zero waste, or even both, please let me know, every small tip helps and makes a huge difference! thank you!
i’ve been blogging on and off for… i guess almost 4 years now? wow, that’s such a long time… it hit me just now haha. and honestly there have been so many ups and downs, highs and lows. i felt like deleting my blog countless of times, i also felt like i never wanted to stop talking on my blog, writing whatever feels best, growing as a person through blogging. and here i am now, asking myself whether if what i do and have been doing for such a long time is right? the short answer is yes. the long one… well hear me out. this blog is like a diary to me. whatever is stuck in my head, whatever doesn’t sit right with me or is just begging to be said, i say it here. and this platform feels like home to me. not many people come across my little blog but because of that it feels even more special and intimate to me. that’s why i always come back here. after a week, after a month, or even after a year. i always end up coming back. at this point looking back at how much i’ve grown, how much i’ve changed and how much my mindset has changed during these long, yet quickly gone, four years. it’s crazy. and at the same time it’s so amazing, mind-blowing and beautiful. this blog to me, like any other platform to other people, means so much. all of you who read my posts, comment, like or engage in any other way mean so much to me, it’s like the fuel that keeps me going and doing what i do, creating new projects and generating new ideas. and because of that i am forever grateful to you. honestly, it is kind of crazy how you can put so much of yourself on the internet for everyone to see, to judge, to compliment, to encourage. it’s scary and fascinating at the same time. it’s crazy how powerful internet is and while i know not many people these days read blogs, i, myself, love to read other people’s blogs, catch up with them, it makes me very happy. and i truly love it, that’s why here, i have my own blog, and i guess i won’t stop posting any time soon. as i already mentioned, no matter how much time passes by, sooner or later i still come back to my blog, to the place i feel safe, i feel heard and the place where i have the kindest community that feels like closest friends. so thank you for that!
what are your thoughts on the powers of internet? do you find comfort in any social medias or platforms? please let me know so we can discuss about it in the comments, i’m honestly curious about your thoughts!
i cannot put into words how fast time flies, like, seriously. it’s february? already? valentine’s day? again??! how, where,when, whaaaat. i am actual confusion. anyways, it’s no secret (i think?) that this day is just another day for at least a small part of us. i, myself, don’t celebrate valentine’s day, nor have i ever celebrated it, but i used to love to bake heart shaped cookies for my fam. they were super fun to bake and looked cute. tasted even better.
however, this time, i want to remind you that this day is just a perfect time to remember that… self love exists! let’s take this, so called ‘special’ day to fall in love with ourselves once again, hug ourselves no matter what we’ve been dealing with, remembering every single part we are in love with ourselves. and every single part we’re learning to fall in love with. i think that’s something so beautiful about taking care of ourselves, taking time to appreciate ourselves.
i want you to help at least a tiny bit to make this day a bit better if you’re spending it alone. try some different skin care, read a book, take some time off of work, treat yourself to a delicious home-made meal, or even a take out. have a good cup of coffee, or tea, or whatever your heart desires.
this day is not to be sad about seeing everyone celebrate the ‘love day’ with their significant other on zoom. let’s be happy for those people, and create our own happy by truly re-learning what it means to love ourselves. that’s quite the journey, but it’s very worth trying and keeping up with, no matter how much of a rollercoaster it might be!:)
i hope this post has been somewhat interesting/useful/brightening, and if not, well, i tried my best, and that’s what matter the most, isn’t it?
have yourself the very best day tomorrow (or whenever you’re reading this, i hope tomorrow brings you so much positivity, joy and wonderful emotions!), stay safe & don’t forget to drink water! faustantica.x
last year i set a reading goal for the first time in my life. so i set a milestone for myself and said 30 books is something i can easily do. well, what i didn’t see coming was miss rona. and because of her, libraries closed down for quite a while. you might think that’s a lame excuse. well, i still managed to read through 29 books last year, and i’m very proud of myself for doing so! this year i set a bigger goal – 50 books. after last year’s goal, this seems pretty challenging, but i believe i can do it! and if everything goes right, i will be sharing every month my reviews of the books i’ve read! fingers crossed i’ll get through all 50 this time! now let’s go to the actual reviews…
Sapiens: a brief history of humankind by Yuval Noah Harari
a description of this book on Amazon.com : ‘Most books about the history of humanity pursue either a historical or a biological approach, but Dr. Yuval Noah Harari breaks the mold with this highly original book that begins about 70,000 years ago with the appearance of modern cognition. From examining the role evolving humans have played in the global ecosystem to charting the rise of empires, Sapiens integrates history and science to reconsider accepted narratives, connect past developments with contemporary concerns, and examine specific events within the context of larger ideas. Dr. Harari also compels us to look ahead, because over the last few decades humans have begun to bend laws of natural selection that have governed life for the past four billion years. We are acquiring the ability to design not only the world around us, but also ourselves. Where is this leading us, and what do we want to become?’
my review: i honestly get the hype and the ratings of the book and where they come from, but i won’t coat this in long paragraphs and just say this straight away – it was such a long book for me. reading it felt like it was never going to end and maybe that’s because i am not very keen to read historic books or something like that. although when i finished it, i thought ‘ah, it was nice to have an insight in our evolution, our kind and to wonder what awaits us in the future’. i really do feel like i’m more educated about humanking than i was before reading it, but i think this book, overall, is quite overrated. but if you like history and books full of statistics, theories and lookbacks into the past, you will love it! my rating would be 3.5☆/ 5☆.
Normal people by Sally Rooney
Goodreads’ description of this book: ‘At school Connell and Marianne pretend not to know each other. He’s popular and well-adjusted, star of the school soccer team while she is lonely, proud, and intensely private. But when Connell comes to pick his mother up from her housekeeping job at Marianne’s house, a strange and indelible connection grows between the two teenagers – one they are determined to conceal. A year later, they’re both studying at Trinity College in Dublin. Marianne has found her feet in a new social world while Connell hangs at the sidelines, shy and uncertain. Throughout their years in college, Marianne and Connell circle one another, straying toward other people and possibilities but always magnetically, irresistibly drawn back together. Then, as she veers into self-destruction and he begins to search for meaning elsewhere, each must confront how far they are willing to go to save the other.’
my review: oooOOOOH my, this book is just something else. i picked it up to read because i just found it on an online book store and i didn’t even read what it was about. once i found out that this was a love story, i was really sceptical, i thought i’d definitely hate it as i’ve read more than enough love stories and romances in the past, but guess what. i think it’s in my top 3 favourite books now. it honestly is amazing, the characters are well developed throughout the whole book, the story itself is wholesome and i got attached to the book quite quickly, so i read it in a bit more than a day… pure sadness because i just hate it when i love a book so much and read it so quickly, but overall, i definitely recommend reading it, even if you feel like you’re sick of romances & love stories. i’m almost 100% sure you’ll love it! my rating: 5☆/5☆
Why Buddhism is true by R. Wright
Amazon’s description of this book: In Why Buddhism is True, Wright leads readers on a journey through psychology, philosophy, and a great many silent retreats to show how and why meditation can serve as the foundation for a spiritual life in a secular age. At once excitingly ambitious and wittily accessible, this is the first book to combine evolutionary psychology with cutting-edge neuroscience to defend the radical claims at the heart of Buddhist philosophy. With bracing honesty and fierce wisdom, it will persuade you not just that Buddhism is true—which is to say, a way out of our delusion—but that it can ultimately save us from ourselves, as individuals and as a species.
my review: honestly, wow. a little behind story of why i chose this book in the first place- a year or so ago, i was very lost in life, faith wise. i searched up different religions and things people believe in, where they find faith and i came across buddhism, which, i know, can be taken as a religion, can be taken as a belief, can be taken in even another way. it really caught my eye, especially the meditation part. but i am someone who finds meditation boring and it’s just fascinating to me how someone can dedicate their life to meditation. anyways, i picked up this book because of that, and also because everyone i see on social media has recently been reading it. for the actual review, i think it’s a great book. it had me hooked most of the time, i liked how the author tells his own story with buddhism and also puts actual facts in one place and another. all in all, i’d recommend it to you if you want to learn a bit more about understanding the whole process of your mind and the meditation process, AND buddhism itself. i’d rate it 4.5☆/5☆
Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage
goodreads’ description of this book: An instant #1 New York Times Bestseller, Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage is the remarkable story of a young man haunted by a great loss; of dreams and nightmares that have unintended consequences for the world around us; and of a journey into the past that is necessary to mend the present. Here Haruki Murakami—one of the most revered voices in literature today—gives us a story of love, friendship, and heartbreak for the ages.
my review: i absolutely adore H. Murakami’s works, they always get to me, to some place of me i have yet to discover, but His books are just sooomething out of this universe. so i am very biased and i honestly just have to say that this book is yet another incredible book of this author. the plot was amazing, characters were very well developed, and the book ended in such a great waaaay, quite twisted. so if you don’t know what to read, pick up literally any book written by H. Murakami, you won’t be disappointed!
what’s a book you loved reading this month? let me know:) and if you have any recommendations, please share them too! it will be greatly appreciated!
one of the most difficult things (or, for some, one of the best things) that came with the lockdown, is school being put completely into a virtual space, online. this has and still is causing so many troubles and struggles for all of the students out there, i am no exception. it’s truly hard to manage everything on your own in one space and not go nuts. i’ve been studying online everyday, five days a week, at home, for almost 4 whole months now. and honestly, sick is an understatement at this point. i get it. in the beginning it’s all about ‘oh it’s fun, it’s great, more free time, and you can even sleep longer!! amazing!’ but these four months are just too much. too much of not seeing my classmates, too much of studying on my own, because somehow teachers just aren’t capable of giving us straight up information and notes of the lessons, there’s been too much time spent studying over night because of the enormous amounts of homework and don’t even get me started on finding time to do the things you love, hobbies, and ACTUAL free time. like, completely free time during which you can do whatever you want. for me that’s just the time i spent sleeping at night. you know, i always thought to do lists are amazing to keep you up with all the tasks you have, assignments, work in general. but when it comes to the point when you have to do your to do lists for every hour AND minute of the day, turns out they are just another pile of excess stress and anxiety which leads to avoiding the actual work you have. now, i’ll stop talking about the bad stuff, i know my annoyance won’t stop the pandemic or online schooling but i just want you to draw the idea of what teenagers’ lives have been looking like for the past x months. it’s emotionally and mentally draining, but we have no other point than to push through and find ways to deal with it.
so what can you do to make the learning process a bit less stressful and maybe a tiny bit more enjoyable or more effective? well, i’ve got you covered, at least a tiny bit.
i’ve been going through different routines, ways to be the most productive i can be during the day, but everything just turns out to be another failed try. and that leads me to making a conclusion that we put too much pressure on ourselves to be productive, to give all of us, do all the tasks in x hours, days. i think you’ll agree that the lockdown has had a huge impact on more a) diet culture advertisements and b) ‘productivity is the best thing in your life, you need it so much and if you aren’t productive, well, fix that’. and that’s such a toxic mindset. we live in a pandemic, a global pandemic, productivity is in the list of things you should care the least about. you’re here, you’re pushing through, that’s enough. but i know that’s not convincing enough. as it isn’t for me either. soooo what do we do? i think we need to learn to allow ourselves and not aim for perfection at all times. as we are studying in our home space, it’s already difficult to separate our personal lives and school so we end up studying the whole day. let it be homework, online classes or even the same studying topics on your own. while we aim for perfection, sacrifice all of the time during the day we have to studying, let’s let ourselves do 90% instead of 100%. let’s not push ourselves to the edges. it will be hard in the beginning, but know that you are still doing the work, you’re still learning. but you’re just taking care of yourself at the same time by understanding that perfection isn’t that healthy when you look at it like that.
find the exact reason why you are feeling how you’re feeling. especially if it’s the, so called, ‘bad’ emotions. either stress, anxiety, panic or anything in between. finding the cause of these emotions can help you find ways to deal with it. let’s say i’m sitting with my to do list in front of me and i’m so overwhelmed and stressed. these emotions lead me to not doing any of the work and stressing over it for the next few hours when i finally see i have absolutely no time to do the tons of work i planned to do. now, what’s causing me stress? it’s clearly the overload of work. that’s why i’m avoiding it. because there’s too much, and seeing such a long list of tasks makes me anxious and afraid of actually doing anything. so what can i do to fix this? i like to do this ‘technique’ when you start with your biggest task, which in this case, probs makes me the most anxious, and move on to smaller and smaller tasks. unbuckling the biggest tasks first helps me to be motivated to do the rest of the tasks, and usually, the smaller tasks are the ones i enjoy doing.
TRY to fix your sleep schedule and actually go outside through the day at least for a minute or two, or just move a bit in your room every half an hour or so during your working hours. i put a lot of emphasis on the word ‘try’. just because nothing happens overnight. and not everyday is a good, happy day, and that’s okay. just trying to find time for yourself during the day is amazing. let it be a few minutes outside, or even in your balcony if you have one, just breathe some fresh air. once you actually make this into a habit, it will be so much more enjoyable to spend half an hour outside, an hour or more. it helps you to clear your head and get back in focus with your work and it boosts your mood. also it’s great for your health to move a bit after sitting for hours and hours in front of a laptop. i know it’s hard to get yourself out there when you have a crap ton of work, it’s stressful to even think about leaving your work space to… go outside??? naaah. but like, please do. please go outside. it’s so good for you and the work you have to do at home goes so much smoother after you actually learn to take breaks in between sessions of learning, studying or doing any kind of other work. so yeah, breaks. take breaks. sleep schedule can be a complicated one because i’m aware a lot of people just can’t get themselves to bed before midnight and wake up before 8 am, but even if you stay up late, make sure you’re not doing any kind of work after midnight. make this a priority. i, for myself, know, that even if i do something after midnight, i’ll either do it completely wrong or i’ll forget all of the information i studied/revised at night, right when i wake up. so now if i have work i haven’t done yet and it’s past 10pm (yup, i’m in bed by 11pm), i just don’t do it. i call it a day and go to sleep, because i understand that sleep quality sets the tone for the next day, it affects my mood and my work quality for the next day, so i’d better sleep good and feel amazing the next day than stay up doing an assignment, stressing about it, not getting enough sleep, failing that assignment because my brain has already shut off at that hour and on top of that, feeling like crap the next day. so i hope now you get the idea of how much more sleep is important than that one or two assignments you just couldn’t do that day.
there are many more ways to deal with the emotions going through you during this time, i highly recommend also talking to your friends, just keeping that connection even virtually because that’s what keeps most of us going and finding hope and that light in the end of the tunnel that maybe this will be over soon. i hope my tips and somewhat advice will somehow help you or come in handy in any shape or form, i just hope you can re-learn how to feel human again, how to feel happy and experience joy in everyday, not just anxiety, stress, sadness and etc. we’re in this together, and we can push through it together. i know it!
i won’t be lying when i say that whole social media is filled with recaps of last year, goals for this year and tons of other ‘new year stuff’. well, i, too, have stuff to say haha. i won’t be recaping last year or bringing back all of the good and bad it had but i do want to talk about the lessons i, personally, learnt during the year of 2020. it was a lot to take in and to handle but we all managed. some had it better, some had it worse, but we all got through it and i know that this year won’t be any miracle and it will still be full of struggles and restrictions and etc. but i hope we can all work towards a happier, more positive self this year. last year was tough, it definitely was hard and challenging, so let’s let ourselves relax and just vibe with it this year and grow, smile, keep the safe distance and love ourselves. moving on, what did i actually learn last year? well, quite a lot. last year was a roller coaster for me, i truly had so many low moments and equally as many good moments. you always come first. that’s something i realized when the first ‘wave’ of covid hit. i had so much free time which ended up just me overthinking all of the little things and belittling myself that i got so tired of my own mind. in summer i realized i’m so much more than what i look like. and no matter what, i am the only one i have at the end of the day and because of that, taking time for myself, saying no, putting myself first isn’t selfish, it’s normal. you are your own priority, and that’s not a bad thing. it’s healthy and it’s much needed, you are worthy of your own time and putting yourself first isn’t a sin. numbers aren’t everything. now the thing i’m focusing on here is social media, engagement, following. some of you may know i released a book in august, ebook about self love which is such an important thing to me and this book was the best thing i created and published in my whole life up until now. i thought it will gain a very big interest and lots of people will read it. the truth is that not a single person read it until christmas when quite a lot of people ordered it. so the whole time after releasing my book i was angry at myself, disappointed in myself because the numbers weren’t the same i imagined they will be. but that’s okay! i learned that the thing that matters is doing what i love. and i loved every single second of working on my book, drawing sketches for its pages, going through it again and again, promoting it. i loved it so so much and i would do it again without a doubt! remember, numbers do not define your efforts, your value, your life, you as a person. on the same note, numbers on the scale aren’t what your life depends on. i still struggle with it. i do. and it’s hard to believe my own words when i say it. but the scale is nothing compared to what you are as a person. the scale doesn’t show how amazing and incredible you are, how much you are capable of and all of the good stuff. to be honest, i know i preach this, but i do struggle with numbers on the scale. that’s why one of my goals for this year is to work with myself, reach out, start my recovery journey from toxic eating habits, toxic mindset i have towards food and excessive exercising. everything is possible and i believe i can do it! so can you! numbers aren’t what your life is built on, what matters are the memories you create, the moments you will remember till the end of your life! appreciate every single moment, live every day like it’s your last, tell your friends you love them, hug your family. i know i’m not the only one who had to deal with a loss of family member last year and my heart goes to every single one of you who went through this or are going through this. i know it’s hard, it’s hearbreaking but everything will soon be fine, it gets better. after that experience i found faith, i started believing everything happens for a reason and i believe God has a plan for every single one of us. i learned to live in the moment, appreciate my life, live to the fullest especially in the times we live in now. i started saying ‘i love you’ more often, hugging my family more (because i can’t hug nor see my friends because of lockdown). i realized how short the life of a human is and how quickly it can end. how easy it is to ruin everything. so please take this year to say ‘i love you’s more often, to say thank you, to say ‘have a great day’ to a cashier in the grocery shop. take this year to grow as a person, trust in your own powers, manifest your goals and ideas. everything is possible at the end of the day if you really want it!
what are some thing 2020 taught you? please share them in the comments!
I think mental health and self care has been all over the social medias, and personally, I love that. Especially during the times we’re living now. I know we are all probably sick to the bones with the news, statistics and restrictions, but today I want to remind you to take care of yourself, and how you can do that safely, at home. Your mental health matters, you are important, and as much as I would want to tell you to take care of yourself because YOU matter, I am sure it wouldn’t hit you the way I’d hope it did.
Not to be selfish, but I feel like I have to address the fact, that you are not alone. Even for me, it has been hard, it has been challenging, and not gonna lie, I’ve been very out of myself recently (is that how you phrase it??), I just haven’t felt the best, I feel like I’m not ‘the main character’ in my life anymore, ya know? So I feel the responsibility to just share some tips I found all across the internet that may be even a little help to you, share my emotions and feelings I’ve felt and still feel, and just tell you that, hey, you are not alone, it is okay to not feel okay. We’re living in a pandemic, it is (and has always been) okay, not to feel okay.
One thing that has had a huge impact on my emotional stability (?? sounds weird when I put it like that haha) is social media, and limiting the time I spend scrolling on Instagram, espeeeecially Instagram. When was it? I guess after my birthday, I started shifting off of my social medias bit by bit. It feels great just because I don’t feel attached to it as much, even though it has been only a week of restricting Instagram on a daily basis. Don’t get me wrong, I still scroll through it quite a lot, but not sharing my life as much and just taking a break from engaging with the people that follow me has been sooo good. I now realized why a lot of more known content creators take breaks from social media from time time.
If that’s not ideal to you or it just doesn’t feel like a right thing to do, try unfollowing accounts, that don’t scream joy and happiness to you and rather than staying with negativity, try searching for more positivity-filled accounts. When you take in account the fact that technologies and internet is where we spend daily quite a lot of our time on, I think the only right thing to do is to enjoy it, charge ourselves with positive thoughts, happiness, hope, not negativity, hatred and sadness, right??
Also, another thing that has been quite life changing during the last few months is getting enough sleep. Right, online classes, chores, physical activity, I have a ton of things to do during the day and sometimes it honestly felt like 24 hours isn’t enough to do everything in time, but something switched and I started prioritizing my health. And thaaat’s when it all changed. That’s when I started managing my time (if any of you are interested, I would be more than happy to share my tips on time management, so let me know if that’s something you’d like to know!) like a pro and that’s when I (somehow) managed to fix my sleeping schedule and now I honestly can’t do anything once it’s my bed time. Sleep equals happy mindset to me, and during the lockdown that’s all that matters to me.
Besides all of that, taking breaks, chilling out, enjoying a great meal or a (safe) walk in the nature is so important to keep us sane. I can’t stress this enough, but quarantine isn’t the time for you to lose weight, it doesn’t mean you have to be productive all the time, it especially doesn’t mean that you have to do everything you see others doing on the internet. We live in a pandemic and the most important thing you can do is stay safe, take care of yourself and your mental health. This is a dark time, so reach out if you need to, because I know it can be hard. But we’ll get through it. The world needs you, so please please drink water, eat enough food, don’t forget to relax and wash your hands && wear a mask!!
Hi! It’s been a while since I last talked to you, almost a month, to be exact. Feels like forever!!
To put it all short, I have been working on some projects. One of them, ~drum roll~, is my ebook!! Ah, it feels so good to finally be able and talk about it!
As some of you, my Lithuanian readers, may know, I wrote a book two years ago (feels like yesterday!), but looking back at it, it was such a flop. It was kind of a book about my dreams but, how do I say it, a terrible version of it. I didn’t even re-read it or edited it after I finished it. That’s how bad it was.
I never ever imagined I would be saying it, but I wrote a second one. This time it’s an ebook and it’s about a topic I’m really passionate about. It’s all about self-love, self-growth, and some bits and pieces about our unrealistic society, standards, and all of that not-so-great stuff. It’s kind of like a dialogue between me and you, or maybe a monologue, I don’t really know hahaha.
Anyway, how did this idea even cross my mind? This year I made a goal to be more positive on my social media, on the internet, and just be a more positive person. I really started working on bettering myself in 2019 so I just wanted to step up my game this year even more. I think the biggest part of my work is mostly on my Instagram (@faustantica) and about 5-6 months into 2020, it also sneaked into my blog.
During the quarantine, I found myself lacking positivity, lacking motivation and love for myself, lacking basically all of the good stuff and so was pretty much everyone around me. Because of this, I wanted to do something big and something that would help me and others grow. Something that would be comforting and help even a tiny bit. Thus, I chose to write another book.
Let me tell you, the idea of doing it was terrifying. I’ve been avoiding any writing longer than a blog post or an essay since I wrote my first book. It wasn’t easy but the thought of me helping even one person out in this world was enough to help me make up my mind.
And now, here we are. I wrote a book and I’m incredibly proud of it. It definitely isn’t a masterpiece, it definitely isn’t the best ebook out on the internet, but it is a part of me, and that for me, is something to be so proud and happy about.
I want to help people, I want to make this world a better place, I want to work towards a better me and a better tomorrow. Self-growth and self-love are things I swear by, things I preach about ever since I learned them.
If this book will bring joy, happiness, or positivity to even one person, then all of the work was worth it. Then I succeeded in my mission and I could not be happier about it.
I hope we can all find love in this world, learn to love ourselves and appreciate our lives, and our bodies.
Don’t forget that you are amazing and incredible just as you are and the world and I love you for you.
Biggest, warmest hugs,
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