Let’s face it, nobody’s perfect. I’m sorry if I have crushed any of your dreams, it took me a long time to realize my dream of being perfect will never be achieved.
I will never be under 100 pounds (because my body will not function), I will never be the student who gets 100% on everything (because I have a balanced life where I don’t only focus on school), and I will never be a supermodel (because, well, I just won’t).
But that’s okay.
If I can’t be perfect, I can definitely work on being a perfect me. I can work on being the best person I can be, and the happiest person I can be. And I think this includes embracing my weaknesses.
When asked what my weaknesses are, I think of the ones that really impact my life. Those include: a) I have an incredibly difficult time saying no. b) I view most of my life as black or white.
Instead of accepting these as weaknesses, I plan on abolishing them and achieving greatness overnight. Okay, maybe setting unrealistic goals is weakness c). Howe