Something beginning with d.
Firstly, sorry it’s taken me so long to write another post.
I have been feeling so unmotivated these past couple of months. With school work, finding time to do things I enjoy and having fun going to my after school activities.
Now, the magic letter D.
It’s one of my after school activities and something I am finding ever so hard to give up, because I have now been doing it for 10 years.
While some people are born to be dancers, others are not and I’m most definitely not. Despite the thousands and thousands of dollars my parents have spent in hopes of me perfecting this art, I haven’t yet. Maybe it’s due to my growing lack of interest or the fact I started to fall behind once everyone started spending hours of their free time to practise the routines. Whichever excuse, I have never really had the confidence that other members of my class had, which meant I never stood out. I drifted to the back and accepted this as my position in class. I never felt worthy of talking or becoming friends with my classmates who had achieved better than me, this only swept me further away from becoming their friend and ruining my chances of fully appreciating dance.
As I just mentioned, the other girls in my class are always confident. Because they feel ‘enough’, they put themselves in the spotlight at every chance they get. They swoon over the teaches as if they are goddesses, resulting in them being the favorites. So, I would like to remind you to have confidence and to feel worthy because I know how a bad self esteem can ruin a good thing.
I do not have a book suggestion today as I haven’t read any books on confidence, feeling worthy or just a story about a really brave character lately. So think of your own brave character or even a person you know and encompass a positive self esteem in your life.
Next, I spy something beginning with f.