June 18, 2012

Day 22: Your Role Models

  • Obviously my mom. She is the hardest worker I know. She doesn't stop until everything has been done and it's done well. It's exhausting to watch her or listen to her sometimes because she is always on the go, but I respect her for it all the same. I wish I had her motivation and drive.
  • Beyoncé. I love how she keeps her relationship private. The best relationships are the ones that are kept out of the public eye, which is why her and Jay Z are doing so well. You never hear about their problems or what they're doing together because it's no one's business, and they make sure to keep it that way. Whenever I am seeing someone I always have Beyoncé in the back of my mind.
  • Bethenny Frankel. The first time I had heard of her was when I was watching "Real Housewives of New York City." Right away, Bethenny was my favorite housewife because her personality is so similar to mine. She is blunt and straightforward; she doesn't sugarcoat anything. And she has a warped/twisted/perverted sense of humor, just like me. In a world where everyone is telling you to watch you say and do and to keep anything remotely controversial off the internet, Bethenny serves as a reminder that I can be successful and live a fulfilling life without stifling who I really am.
Other than those three, I don't have many people I would consider "role models." I take that term pretty seriously, and I don't want to hold someone to that high of an expectation without being 100% confident in them. I've never found any fault in Mom, Beyoncé, or Bethenny. They are three women of whom I truly admire.

*Part of the 30 Day Challenge

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