When you buy a brush from the $2 shop, and you let your sister use it... Not even 5 seconds of heluing!! her ulu beauty.. 😂😂😂 Fe iai ae leiki moe edge cutter.. #FakaofaSiEkuPolosi #StrugglesReal
So my job is the best thing that has happened to me..it has made me so much attractive and beautiful and made me much confident...no doubtsss!! I just love this lyf now and cant resist posting this old pic of mine..on this day i realised that i luk seriously charming in curls as well😹❤️💕😜😋.... ( although i have straight hair) . This selfie was taken by me wen i was sitting in the hotel cab and was heading towards the airport...i just loooovvvveeee dis pic😘😍😘 thanku spicejet✈️ for making me fly high💕
#myspicylife #strugglesreal #crewlife
✈️ #hotelstay #makeuponpoint
💛 #curlsforthegirls #redlipstick
Long hair and won’t be cutting it anytime soon either it took me a long ass time to get it this length almost 3 years actually since I been gone from the social media life. #strugglesreal
Look at hard times as a preparation on something 🙌🏻 new coming your way.
The 🌏 universe doesn’t denied the efforts you put in into something you believe in.
Today’s struggles are preparing you to take on tomorrow’s challenges 👊🏻 and everything will make sense 🙂 , so don’t give up on yourself.
As my little girls 2nd birthday is getting close I’ve been looking back at pictures. The most surprising thing I’ve noticed is how much we’ve both changed. When I found out I was pregnant I had just lost a bunch of weight. I was feeling good and told myself I wouldn’t gain too much while pregnant, but I wasn’t prepared for how it feels to be pregnant. The food aversions and the cravings were intense. My determination was not. I ended up gaining 65lbs while pregnant. That still embarrasses me. After she was born I struggled with some postpartum depression and anxiety, which I truly believe isn’t talked about enough. I bought bigger clothes than I had bought in my life and hid behind things in pictures or cropped out all but my face. My little girl became my whole world but I let myself slip away. I struggled with my new identity and my new role, I believed I couldn’t spend any time on myself because I had to be a wife and mom. I slowly lost some weight but only minimal and I continued to be embarrassed about my body. My insecurities go so bad that I would wake up from a dead sleep if I felt my shirt wasn’t covering my belly. Beyond the weight my body had changed from giving birth to a large baby(she was after all 21 inches and 9lbs 6.4oz!) I have stretch marks on much of my body, including my legs and stomach. Besides being uncomfortable I couldn’t hardly keep up with my busy baby. My lack of energy and lack of ambition felt crippling. Now I’m not posting this to say that I’m where I want to be, but I’m on my way. Since the birth of my little girl, who is still my world, I’ve lost a little over 75lbs. I can mostly keep up with my toddler (I mean common can we bottle that energy?!) and I’m feeling better in my skin. I can sleep in a sports bra and not worry about my belly or scars and I stand proud in pictures instead of hiding. I only post this because I really think the struggles we go through in being new parents should really be talked about. It’s not about weight it’s about mentality. I still miss my 21 yr old body and I still wish my scars would fade more, but that doesn’t define me. #momlifeisthebestlife #strugglesreal #selflove
Remember that time when you get a bunch of friends to capture a moment... and then there's that one friend playing Fortnight... #strugglesreal