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  • Courtney Ustrzycki

When will you be enough?

When will you be pretty enough? Skinny enough? Strong enough? Smart enough? Will it be a number, a feeling or a comment? Enough for what or who? How do you know when you achieve it? Then what; will you want more?

At one point in my life, I always focused on this – ok, sometimes it still happens – but I was constantly striving for something so far away than what I already had. And because my sights kept changing as I made progress, I never realized that I was constantly achieving incredible goals. I wanted to be skinnier, stronger, smarter, do more and be more; all the things. But it wasn’t for me, it was for what everyone else saw. Because social media can be so fcked up and make us believe that what we have is never enough, no matter what you do or who you are. I think that's absolutely a byproduct of North American society, but social media has absolutely taken that to new heights.

But you lose yourself getting so caught up in comparison. Trying look like 5% of the population or achieving insane goals that costs us our health. So if you’re reading this, I want you to know that you ARE enough, exactly as you are. Absolutely you can work on improving yourself, I think we all have the potential to continually evolve. But please, please don’t think that you’re not enough exactly as you are right now.

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