Why You Should Stop Nitpicking Yourself

My smile is crooked, my nose is crooked, my skin looks better some days than others, my eyes aren’t perfectly symmetrical, my hair gets tangled, my weight ebbs and flows and there are a hundred other things I could nitpick about myself, but for what? Every single one of us has unique and imperfect features, quirks or conditions that have very little, if any, impact on what we can offer the world around us. I’m not trying to discredit the reality of human insecurities, because we’re all human, but it just isn’t worth the mind-space or energy to fixate on our appearance when there are so many aspects to us as people with ideas, voices, abilities and the means to offer actions that matter more