rip off the mask

Today, I am grateful to be free of the masks that used to cloud my authenticity. 

I am learning to stop comparing myself to others so I can fulfill my potential the best way I know how. 

I accomplished sharing my insecurities with a group of women I trust and feeling the truth of, “I may not be great but that doesn’t mean I’m not good enough.” 

I delighted in singing and feeling the music open my heart, in a foggy morning walk with the Poebear, and in my bestie setting me up on a date. 

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