Admit it: You’re Awesome

Preeeeetty

I’ve always been told to be modest, unassuming, and NOT self-centered. But sometimes you just have to look in the mirror and say: I’m awesome.

Really, we all are. Everyone has something to offer, but if you think you’re nothing, you effectively are. It’s important to remember how fantastically fabulous you all are (ok, we all are because I’m fab too) so that you can act that fabulousness out. Don’t you dare forget it. I’ve met some of the most wonderfully talented people this year (thru blogging, etc) and I love every day I get to read their blogs and talk to them.

I’ve also realized that I love what I do. I love what I’m aiming toward in my life. I love that I love my life so early on. I love how many people I love and how easily I love them. People say I’m naive or too optimistic. I tell them to shove it (see, that was humor because I was being optimistic and suddenly got angry…nevermind). I love that you are reading this post right now and that you care enough to get to the end. So thanks, cuz I love my life a lot more now that you’re in it. And I love feeling amazing. I love that every morning as I get ready I can say, “Hey there, cutie-pie, have a nice day, cuz you’re awesome.” And then I do a little dance and snort a little as I laugh really hard for no reason…and then I leave my house and have a nice day, cuz I’m awesome.

I’m pretty sure a lot of this “You are all fabulous” is coming from me being in an inexplicably great mood (and when that happens I have the urge to just tell everyone that I love them), but mostly it’s you. You you you are all amazing.

Someday, I hope I’ll have so many people reading my work that I won’t know what to do but sit down and cry with happiness. Cuz I’m awesome. And so are you. xoxo

Here’s a little happiness to start (or end) your day:

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13 thoughts on “Admit it: You’re Awesome

  1. Thank you for that video. That was a great way to start my day. You’re the best, Cappy.

    And I’m not gonna lie, I am pretty freakin’ awesome. And absurdly handsome.

  2. I feel like this video definitely pertains to this post, since it makes me feel awesome and cry (at the same time) every time I watch it:

  3. Some people pray before meals. I, on the other hand, explain how handsome, intelligent, and gifted I am.

    Whether I’m alone, with a group of friends, or on a date, it’s something that never fails to leave myself wanting more of me.

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