Social media is an incredible place where we can show the highlights of our life, get inspired and stay connected. It can also be a place where we mask our pain and disconnect from reality. I’ve been debating removing myself from social media for a few days now. The reality is some painful situations have happened to me this year and I have to stop masking the pain and give all of my energy to healing.I’m going to continue to blog + post on @liketoknow.it but fully disconnect from all social media channels until I’m in a better place mentally. There’s this stigma behind issues of mental illness that nobody really talks about, so I’m adding a section on my blog about mental health. I think it’s an important topic that needs to be discussed often and not just when tragedy strikes. I’ll have a new blog post up at least every Sunday 🖤 @liketoknow.it http://liketk.it/2xpbd #liketkit#LTKcurves
Allow yourself to be present. In this moment. Experiencing this life. Moving through the hard parts. Loving yourself through the hard parts. Healing yourself through the hard parts. There’s no reason to be ashamed or embarrassed for not having all of the tools to bring on this part of the journey. This is apart of it. The figuring it out. The getting it wrong and then getting it right. The being all over the place. That’s all apart of it. Bring yourself and a willingness to get through the hard parts. That’s all you need for now.
I came back to Oklahoma and the weather is perfect but my allergies are now kicking my butt. I’ve been in bed most of the day with swollen eyes and a sore throat 😩 http://liketk.it/2xjbg #email@example.com#LTKcurves
Unfortunately the weather ruined most of my NYFW plans but I still had the best time roaming the city with one of my best friends, seeing some amazing fashion shows, meeting new friends & dreaming of what the future can look like ✨ http://liketk.it/2xiq9 #firstname.lastname@example.org#LTKcurves