30 Day Self Esteem Challenge: 01

I found this on Cara’s blog Voluptuouscara and thought, “Now that is something I should have a go at!”

Slightly nervous about what the topics will be everyday, but here I go!

Day 1: A facial feature you like on yourself


Right… there can only be one answer to this and I guess it’s got to be my eyes. They seem to be the thing people comment on most, I guess because they are very green.

I like them because they are the same shape as my mother’s and… yeah, I like that they are so green and quite big. I tend to highlight them with kohl and mascara, ( I swear I’d bring mascara to a desert island!)

This feels so uncomfortable to pick out a feature I ‘like’ and talk about it… maybe I do need this challenge after all!

Gulp… I wonder what tomorrow holds?



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22 thoughts on “30 Day Self Esteem Challenge: 01

      • Ooh, self-analysis? Sounds a scarily like thinking to me. I’m rather good at plodding along through life with my head in the sand (If it’s possible to do both at the same time!) I might take a look but doubt I’d be brave enough to publish the results. Good for you, though. I shall follow your endeavours x

      • I don’t think it’s a bad thing to trying and work out why we do things or to look at our own behaviours . It can be a healthy way to address negative thinking. Unfortunately, I came from a ‘pull your socks up and get on with it’/ passive aggressive sort of family – which means I’m pretty repressed about a lot of things! Not great, really 🙂

      • Oh babe… that’s my background too! Crying is weakness, get on with it, don’t be a naval gazer!
        You can change anytime you want to. Or not, if that’s what you want. Whatever suits you and makes you feel content.

      • Ah, bless you. Yeah, it’s tough to break the cycle, isn’t it? I do wish I was more of a go-getter and less afraid of risk. Worried that I’ll be lying on my death bed regretting missed opportunities.
        Then I comfort myself that although I might make little impact on the world, sometimes that’s no bad thing. I mean, look at some of the great extroverts from history – Stalin, Hitler, Napoleon – someone really should’ve said ‘no’ to those boys at an early age. Ooh, went a bit dark there, sorry 🙂
        P.S I do know there are some lovely extroverts too

      • I hope I am a lovely extrovert! I’m like a big playful puppy that bounds over and licks your face! Totally friendly and harmless in the extreme!
        Risk is good! Scary but good! Maybe you need a wee challenge? Step just a teeny bit outside your comfort zone? Just an idea….

      • Ha! Ha! That’s why I added my P.S – I was in no way comparing you to Stalin 🙂
        Yes, outside the comfort zone is a good thing. It’s just tricky to break those self-imposed restrictions. Probably why I love writing/blogging so much – well within my comfort zone and I don’t have to look people in the eye while they read my work. Making myself sound like a bit of a creepy weirdo now 🙂

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