Making women feel beautiful

My goal is to make women feel beautiful.

 

A little inspiration and practical advice regarding the most important and meaningful love of your life… YOU.

My goal is mainly making women feel good about themselves. Just letting them see themselves differently… Everyone is beautiful in their own way so I just like to be able to show them, they are!

If you wait till you lose those last 10 pounds you’re never going to do it. It’s not about having the perfect body, it’s about being who you are and expressing that.

Loving yourself can seem like a vague idea, indulgent or even unnecessary. But it’s vital. Putting self love into practice and creating habits that fill you up is key to a fulfilled life. Daily self love will make you a better human, mother, wife, photographer… a better you.

I’m fortunate enough to have photographed amazing women who have become friends – mothers, entrepreneurs, single ladies, working ladies… women like Luz Morillo ( my inspiration for this Blog – follow her on her Instragram Page). She is the most loving, nurturing, evolved human, who values the art of self love. 

Today, I’m bringing you

8 little reminders that make a little easier to love ourselves.

By Alexandra Harra

Forgive yourself. Every one of us makes mistakes — in relationships, finances, personal decisions, and so on. Mistakes can be costly reminders to think before we act, but they are also encompassed by greater lessons. Remembering this can help us forgive our former failures and discern their higher purpose. When we forgive ourselves for our shortcomings we can redirect our attention to new efforts that produce new results.

Put yourself first. There lies beauty in sacrifice. But when you constantly put yourself second, you set up an inevitable pattern of behavior. In time, you settle for second place in more than one area of life. Reevaluate what it means to put yourself first: engaging in your interests, pursuing your ambitions, and ensuring your well-being. Practice this mantra in all difficult situations: If it doesn’t bring me good, it isn’t worth my effort.

 

Recognize your strengths.  Find your core set of values and don’t waver from those. Understand what are your shining qualities and showcase them with beaming confidence. Once you acknowledge your strengths, you can raise your standards in all elements of life. The moment you begin to believe that you deserve better is the moment you receive better.

Do something you love each day. When was the last time you did something you truly loved?  Whether it’s a hobby, talent, or special craft, take thirty minutes out of your day, each day, to practice what nourishes your soul. 

Cut out all negative influences. Make a list of the people in your life who have no place being there. You know who they are — Stop surrounding yourself with people whose words and actions are toxic.

Celebrate your worth.  Celebrate your personal triumphs, both big and small, and let every former victory be a fervent reminder that future wins await, too.