Photo by @artdr3am
Comfortable, secure, confident in your own skin — this is what body positivity means to Leia Immanuel (@artdr3am). For the past three years, Leia has dealt with hormonal acne. “I used to try and cover it all up with makeup,” says the eighth-grade student from New York. “Slowly, I began to accept that my acne is natural. I’ve grown more comfortable in my skin and body, and it’s changed the way I’ve seen people and the world.” Her advice to others? “Self-confidence comes differently for everyone. Being confident in your skin takes time and learning. Stay true to yourself and most importantly, keep an open mind. People are different, and when you accept that, you can accept your differences.” #NationalBodyConfidenceDay
Crossed paths out on the road with my dear friends Max & Bonnie Kate of @beadventureus yesterday 🙃 I love sitting in their lovely airstream with no where better to be.
Their home reminds me that we need a beautiful space to recharge if we want to create and thrive, not just somewhere to exist in and sleep in. That’s exactly what’s so warm about being in their 30 foot home on wheels.
Their adventures are worthy and their love is impressive, worth a follow