Stop trying to be perfect

Click the topmost title to open and scrollGracey Hitchcock,

A final thought from How to Be Parisian Wherever You Are, being perfect is over-rated. It is not only impossible but it is also boring and exhausting. “Looking for perfection, as Americans do, is a lack of self-confidence,” Caroline de Maigret declared to Sarah Mower for Vogue. “I’m always surprised how guilty women feel not to be perfect. It must be hard to live every day.”

 

Forget about guilt and perfection! Embrace your own ideal. Indulge your passions and make friends and habits that let you be “the best version of you” you can be.

 

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