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The Roadblock of Perfection

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She spent a lot of time trying to make everything, including herself, perfect. She decided to stop wasting her precious time on superficial crap and to simply start being herself. It was time for her to invite real happiness and joy back into her life. – Queenisms™

There is no “perfect.” Isn’t it crazy that we continue to pursue our own ideas of perfection to the detriment of our own emotional well-being? If you’ve ever avoided having friends to your house because you hadn’t cleaned or declined an invitation to dinner because you felt too fat or stopped yourself from trying something new because you didn’t think you’d be good at it, then you’ve put perfection before happiness. We’d like to celebrate the messy, silly, chubby, courageous women who dare to try and possibly fail. We’re cheering for the woman who doesn’t give a fig what others think. We’re inviting you to come along on the journey toward happiness and let’s get dirty. There is only a messy, rocky, wacky path toward happiness and the sooner you drop the extra baggage of “perfection,” the more you’ll enjoy the journey. Who’s in?

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2 Responses to “The Roadblock of Perfection”

  1. Kathy from Maryland says:

    I”m in! I live by the motto: “if you come to see me, come any time, but if you come to see my house, make an appointment.” What you see is what you get, and if you don’t like it, that’s your problem and not mine…Take it or leave it.

  2. Nancy says:

    Love it! It’s a big lesson for me. My daughter has two little boys and you can tell which is important to her – the house or the boys. The boys win!

    As for me, Miss organized and clean, I go to visit and don’t even care what her house looks like. My eyes focus straight on my grand-boys.

    All I care is that my daughter has a clean toilet seat for me when I am there – gotta keep to my finicky style just a little bit – hee hee!

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