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Queen of Your Own Life

Decide Who You Want To Be

She realized that she could decide who she wanted to be, and so she did! She was the smart, sassy, loving Queen of her own life. - Queenisms™


She realized that she could decide who she wanted to be, and so she did! She was the smart, sassy, loving Queen of her own life. – Queenisms

Through the years we’ve  taken to heart comments that people had made about us. We have also compared ourselves  to pictures in magazines and images we’ve seen on TV and always found ourselves to be wanting.  Then there was the comparison game that we so often played – comparing what we saw or assumed we saw in other’s lives to our own. We always ended up feeling really bad about ourselves till one day we finally understood it was our choice who we wanted to be.  And, so we made our choice to be the smart, sassy, loving Queens of our own lives. And, you can do it too!


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5 Responses to “Decide Who You Want To Be”

  1. Nancy says:

    I was raised in that era when girls were to be thin, pretty, and not too smart. A girls goal in life was to find a man and get married. If a man wanted you, you had value and worth. If you couldn’t find a man to marry, you were an object of pity and ricidule. So here I am at 67 and I don’t know who I want to be when I grow up, and I don’t know how to figure it out. My whole life and self image revolves around taking care of other people. How do I figure out what I want my life to be, who I am? I’ve been thinking about this a lot and I have to admit that I’m scared. What if I screw up big time, what if I fall on my face. And how do I find the women friends to help me?

  2. Coleen (CiCi) says:

    I d like to be remembered as “a hard act to follow”

  3. Kathy says:

    Been there, done that! Queen Nancy here’s something we did and do to lead us to the woman we want to be. Every morning look in the mirror, make eye contact with yourself and ask, “What can I do today to make you happy?” The answers will be revealed and always keep in mind that it’s progress and not perfection that will win the day. You are already perfect just the way you are and not it’s time to find out what will bring you more joy.

  4. Brenda says:

    I’ve never been a good housekeeper or cook, and I’ve always felt inferior as a woman, especially when I compare my house to the picture perfect house my sister-in-law keeps. But there’s more to life than cooking and cleaning, and I need to be reminded that things that appear magazine perfect aren’t always as they seem. So what if there’s clutter on my desk and I only managed to get a peanut butter sandwich, chips and fruit for dinner? I keep trying to get better at these things, but I need to do it for myself and not to impress anybody else. Thanks for reminding me!

  5. cindy says:

    And so it shall be, Queen Coleen!

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