Self Confidence As Teens Taylor Bunch Being a middle schooler is hard enough, and not feeling good about yourself doesn’t make it any easier. First, take a minute and tell yourself everything you love/like about yourself. It can be the smallest things such as your eye color, or even the dimple on your left cheek. All these little things make you the person you are today. Now, think about your personality and what you like about it. Is it your dry humor, funny laugh, or even how you go out of your way to make people smile. Now, you’re probably thinking,” That is so easy because you are Taylor Bunch!” When I started sixth grade I was so intimidated by a mirror because I couldn’t find one thing I loved about myself. I always thought if I lost this amount of weight, if I changed my hair color, or if I didn’t sound so country my life would be perfect. After countless diets, sweaty workouts, voice lessons on you-tube, and google searches of pretty hair I never found one solution to solve why I disliked myself so much. Then, I remembered the reason I was so insecure was because of what others thought about me. The steps that helped me so much if the first ones I gave you didn’t were, when I surrounded myself with people who did. Their good vibes and good energy made it so difficult to not see the best in me. I left notes on mirrors, reminders on my phone, and sticky notes everywhere telling myself how loved and wanted I truly was. It’s not something you can learn overnight, but it’s something you have to overcome day by day. Trust me, I know how it feels to not feel good in your own skin. ALWAYS REMEMBER, DIFFERENT IS AMAZING! You are smart, kind, loved, wanted, talented, and always good enough. You can always email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or at email@example.com. Have a great day! Be-you-tiful!!
How To Stay Focused On Succeeding When The Road Is Bumpy Taylor Bunch We all aim for the stars, but sometimes our life here makes it hard to see clearly. I always say dream big, and I totally understand it’s hard to dream when you constantly are trying to win your own battles. I always tell myself I’m strong and I’m a fighter. As a fighter, I will always love others, but I will always take care of myself. When I dream about my future, it always distracts me from the problems I’m solving, which gives me a break to breathe. My brother faced circumstances where he’s now in prison. I remember thinking to myself, “How can I be great if a part of me, is no longer by my side?” Then I made my mind up I wasn’t going to give up, and I was going to succeed. You can be anything you set your mind to and always follow your destiny. I didn’t let my circumstances define or destroy me; I let my circumstances mold me into a stronger and more determined person. I let my circumstances give me an opportunity to help others that are going through what I have and give them a light in their darkness. Yes, we are going to have rainy days, but no matter what comes your way, everything will be okay.
Advice From One of My Role Models: Mr. Brown Taylor Bunch Mr. Brown has always been one of my role models since the day I met him, and I strive to make him proud. He doesn’t understand that the words he has said to me have gotten me out of a few very dark times, and I really do appreciate it. So, I thought maybe I should go to him and get advice that could reach my peers better than maybe I can. The most important question I asked him was if you could give your students any advice what would you tell your students. He said that he would tell his students to never give up and to always try your best. It’s okay to make mistakes, but it’s not okay to not keep trying. In my mind those words speak volumes and it makes life seem a little bit clearer. Keep dreaming and always know you are bright!
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