30 Day Blog Challenge: Day 2

challenge day 2

So for day two I’m sharing the good, the bad, and the ugly of myself. To be quite honest I don’t think I know what this means so I’m just going to guess.

The good. I think that I try to be a good person most of the time. I try and help people to the best of my abilities. I really like to take care of people probably to an extreme. I really try to take care of people. I know it sounds conceited but I would like to think that I’m a good friend and that’s one of my best qualities. I like to think that I care for the people around me.

The bad. I’m not sure what this means like the bad things I do? I guess I would say that although I care so much about my friends, I’m can be very vengeful when it comes to pissing me off. That’s really bad like as soon as someone makes me mad I’m done. It obviously depends on what they do but once I’m done that’s it. I know that’s bad because I should give more second and third chances than I do- but I don’t.

The ugly. I don’t like this. I don’t like it at all. I’ve spent 20 years building up a self esteem to have it knocked down. I’m sure it refers to some type of personality major flaw but I’m not going to write about how I’m ugly. I think this should be a positive 30 days since I’m trying to get myself back into the blogging swing of things. I don’t want to focus on the ugly parts of my inside or outside. Instead I’m going to write some stuff I find beautiful in myself, not to be conceited but to promote a positive self image that I really want to try and promote not just for me but for everyone. I think that I have decent face. I like my hair when it’s curly and tamed. What do you find beautiful about yourself?

Day 2 finished! Has anyone decided to join me yet?



2 thoughts on “30 Day Blog Challenge: Day 2

  1. gettingthroughanxiety February 20, 2015 / 1:50 pm

    I agree that you’re a very good friend and that you are helpful. Also, I think it’s great that you’re promoting good self-esteem. I too, find myself kind and physically attractive (although not in a oh my gosh kind of way). I don’t think it’s conceited to find yourself attractive, as long as you don’t think you’re the most beautiful person in the world or try to constantly say you’re better looking than others.

    • Mary February 20, 2015 / 3:09 pm

      Right, I think it’s important to recognize how beautiful you are just because that helps to promote it others. Also a healthy self-confidence promotes a healthy mind in my opinion.

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