Just a little blogger in Los Angeles 

Do you ever need to be reminded of how fabulous you are?

It’s so easy to get worn down by life and forget that we are beautiful and deserve to live fabulous lives. 

  
I know that as a blogger in Los Angeles, I am constantly judging myself wanting to produce inspiring content and work well with brands. 

It’s easy to feel a little overwhelmed and to think, 

Ahh, I’m not measuring up. 

Do you ever feel like that?

I believe that in every situation there is a belief and then the truth. 

However, beliefs are insanely impactful in our lives. 

  
For example, if you are a talented singer (#truth) but you believe that you suck (#belief), you won’t sing, won’t practice and won’t live in your truth. 

Now, not only are you not improving your natural talent but no one even knows how talented you truly are. 

The lack of positive affirmation from others (who never get to hear you sing in the first place) can end up confirming that belief you had about yourself. 

Does that make sense?

So, what negativity in your life do you believe to be true? 

Could it possibly be wrong?  Don’t miss out on your fabulous life believing that you are less than. 

The truth is that you are wonderfully made. You are beautiful. You were born out of love and perfection. Don’t let haters or your own inner critics tell you otherwise!

  

Follow and tag me #socially @iamRachelMcCord #TheMcCordList to stay inspired to live a fabulous life & for lots of invites and opportunities to join my fun as a Los Angeles Fashion & Lifestyle Blogger. 

Love you long time!
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Comments 3
    • Joanne
    • 2 years

    I’ve never believed I’m good enough or have anything to offer anyone. It stops me trying things because I don’t think I’ll be able to do it and I’ll just make myself feel stupid. If I don’t take a risk and try things I don’t get to challenge that belief and so it becomes the only truth I know. I’m not good enough to don’t bother trying.

    I know it’s a vicious circle I’m stuck in but it doesn’t stop me trying to get out.

    I also don’t think I’m worthy of anyone’s love. I can’t understand how anyone could ever want me in their life.

  • I constantly believe that I’m not fabulous, all I have to do is read through your tweets and be reminded of why I’m fabulous. But sometimes it does get a bit hard. Growing up and often today, I’m still a negative Nancy, I would bring myself down before anyone else could so it would be like ha!! I insulted myself first before you could, it’s twisted how i thought that that was a victory. I have a fear of often not being enough. Like Joanne, I’m afraid of trying new things and then failing at it and in the end making myself look like a complete idiot.

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    • Ashleigh
    • 2 years

    Hi Ashleigh!! Thank you for reaching out. I COMPLETELY understand those feelings. How incredible of you to be so self aware! Wow! That is truly rare!

    You don’t have to have ‘it all figured out’… we never will!

    I understand the desire to be the one who rejects before possibly being rejected. It helps us feel in control sometimes. The questions I ask myself when I am dealing with that are: Would I truly have lost that person or opportunity if I gave it my full self and heart? And, if I believe I am going to lose it anyway, why not challenge myself – while believing it’s possible – that I can actually have it… Just a thought! Love you! Stay fabulous, beautiful!

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