Comparsion: Let Her Worry About Her

Comparsion: Let Her Worry About Her

I think we can all agree that comparison is an exhausting and destructive mindset to have. Plain and simple... it sucks.  If you think about it, we develop the habit of comparison very early on in life and it never really stops.  It starts as early as childhood when we realize someone has a better toy or a bigger snack than we do.  We are born with the desire to be the “best” and have the “most.” 

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The Truth Behind The Filters: What Our Timelines Don’t Show

The Truth Behind The Filters: What Our Timelines Don’t Show

We all do it. When we look at a person’s social media account and it’s filled with photos that are posed to perfection, paired with clever captions, and flawless lighting. We look at all of those things and automatically think that person must have it all together. What we forget is that this picture is what this person chose to share with us, not a full representation of their everyday life. We don't see the person we are comparing ourselves to on their bad days. We never see the overslept messy hair looks, the stressed out and overworked breakdowns, or any of the many struggles that daily life can bring.   

What makes us look at someone else’s highlight reel and compare it to our kid's dirty diapers and hamper full of clothes?

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