Sometimes when I look in the mirror I don’t always like what I see. Sometimes my jeans are too tight, sometimes my thighs jiggle too much, sometimes I just feel downright ugly. So I try to change that, I try to lose weight or cover my flaws up with makeup and all I ever hear is people telling me about how I’m perfect the way I am and about self love and body love, but what if I just don’t like what I see sometimes. Is it a crime to try and change the way I look to please MYSELF. Don’t get me wrong, I really do love myself and my body for the most part and I hardly ever care about what other people think of me but I do care a lot about what I think of myself. I want to always like what I see when I look at myself. So sometimes I will eat a little less than I normally do, sometimes I’ll go to the gym, sometimes I’ll put on some extra makeup, and I’ll wear clothes that I think make me look better, and I don’t think that this is a bad thing, I don’t think I should be looked down on because of the way I actually see myself. I look at my self in the mirror sometimes and I smile because I like what I see but there are days when I don’t and I honestly don’t think there’s anything wrong with that. I have flaws and sometimes I acknowledge them and leave them alone other times I acknowledge them and get rid of them. I understand how important it is to love myself the way I am but sometimes I think I’d be better if I lost some weight or had better skin and I really don’t think there’s anything wrong with that.