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Yeeeellooo! This week is just flying by oh my goodness. I'm having a slow week but that's okay. The past two have been work non-stop so I deserve a little down time.

But today I posed a new video on my channel that I actually love a lot! I wasn't sure how it would turn out because of YouTube's copyright issues but I think it went okay. I talk all about the music I listen to and the fact that they're more or less divided into 5 different moods/genres/playlists. If you wanna know which, check out the video below! x

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Phew... I've been working for about five hours now. Filmed two videos, this rope braid tutorial above and Sunday's Swedish History video. I also took some pics for a sponsored Instagram thingy and now I've showered, gotten dressed and I'm 100% ready to crash until we leave for Sonny's dad's birthday thingy.

Painkiller refill and then peace out!

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Good morning! What a lovely day to keep preaching about the way women treat each other on the Internet!

I'm not here to cry about this comment 'cause it doesn't hurt my feelings the least. But it is a perfect example of an extremely unnecessary, rude comment that I cannot understand what provokes someone to write. It is so childish and the "PS ur ugly" ending is just the icing on the cake.

It is painfully obvious that this girl/woman thinks that "you have sweat marks on your tan" is an insult. And to me that is extremely sad. I probably have the worst tan ever, I'm fine with that. I don't base my self worth on the even application of my poo tan. You guys all saw me apply it, you know it was my first time. If it looks like crap then too bad.

I just feel sorry for women who are insecure and feel empowered by leaving childish negative comments on other's posts and videos. 'Cause trust me, I can guarantee you 110% that a confident, strong woman would NEVER comment something like this, or even THINK it! Strong independent confident awesome women encourage others and let them know they're beautiful. They realize that one person's strength is not taking anything away from theirs.

I don't know Heidi Bliss, I don't know her struggles in life. But I do hope that one day she realizes that she doesn't have to be rude to others to make herself feel better.

As for the clothes, I actually felt very comfortable in them and I will indeed wear them! I never promote things I don't wear and I definitely don't say I like 'em if I don't. :)

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鈥婽oday's video is about body image and the struggles of not feeling perfect in a world that spends most of its time telling us we're not, to sell products of different sorts.

And right away I need to address the comments saying that "I don't know the struggle of not fitting in". And this pisses me off so fucking much. No, I am not overweight. I don't know the struggles of someone who is overweight. But can you not just fucking respect my feelings and understand that life is not a competition of who's got it worse??

On my YouTube channel I talk from my perspective about stuff I know and stuff I feel. Is that really so difficult to grasp? I'm making an effort to share how I feel about myself and show that we all struggle, big or small, people are always fighting their own battles. And just 'cause you see me in a certain way doesn't give you the right to judge me and say that my struggle is meaningless, just like I have no right to say that you're not struggling at all with whatever weight you're at, or whatever else is on your mind.

The whole point of this video is to inspire people in a positive way to see the beauty in themselves. And I cannot sit and say that without sharing my own shortcomings and feelings on the subject. I can't sit there and preach about loving yourself when I struggle with it as well.

As always, if you don't like it don't watch it.

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