Set your sights on LOVE

…a little self love, that is. Here is a quick podcast about “comfort zones.” I found myself in a conversation with my son that made me question myself on what it means to truly be “in love” with myself, with what I create and even with my name! Tune in to this sort podcast and see what he said that left me wondering if I was playing a game of false humility or if I have finally gotten comfortable in my own skin.

It’s a process to truly admire yourself and I know I am a work in progress for sure. 

What about you? Are you able to list all the characteristics that you LOVE about yourself comfortably OR   are you a deer caught in headlights when the question comes your way? 

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P.S. A fun little secret, I am adding prints soon to XO, Monica Lee. Sophisticated, flirty fun!

 

Comments

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  • Michelle Schneider

    It’s definitely not just you, Monica! I feel this tension all the time- the “look at me” mentality brought on by social media. It makes me feel really uncomfortable. My natural instinct is to be shy and reserved, to hold back, to be private about my personal life. It’s a daily struggle. I especially have a hard time being present online when life isn’t going so well. I’ve been having some health issues since having Josie that have really taken me off the map. I don’t want to be a downer on my social media sites, but I also don’t want to be fake. And I’ve realized that “loving myself” means taking care of myself which means eating right, making time for exercise, and visiting doctors when I need to. So easy to neglect my own health for the sake of my family.

  • Melissa AuClair

    Love your insights Monica. I resonated with the struggle you share; it’s not easy to “love” all of myself- I tend to notice what’s not working before anything else. Thanks for continuing to keep it real in your podcast and blog posts. Keep up the great work.

  • Jamie Howell

    It’s so true about feeling like your own little universe but I think what you do is perfect because it’s not just all about you as Monica Lee the brand. You are so gracious to encourage us as artists and promote other creative women. I have been encouraged and learned so much through your podcasts and those are little creative fires you are sparking all over the place! “Asking” is hard but we are told to put our light on a stand for others to see, not under a basket.