You are beautiful.
Yes, you are! Just say thank you and go with it.
You ought to join the campaign too because it’s simple and fun and a good thing to do, and why not? The core principle behind the campaign? Improve lives on a personal level by spreading a simple, optimistic message.
Like I said, simple, fun, and good. Maybe twice I’ve handed stickers to people (yes, face to face) which actually takes a helluvalot of courage, but then it was no big deal. They smiled, looked at me like I was a weirdo and then kind of giggled or smiled and said thanks. When I got past feeling like a vandal for putting stickers on things, it was kind of a hoot and I had fun with them.
I put the You are Beautiful stickers on things . . . like the bumper on my cruiser, as a nice reminder to myself . . . and a street crossing button . . .
and an electric pole, and a bike rack . . . you get the idea.
I like pinning the stickers to bulletin boards, too so someone can take them with them.
I’ve shared the stickers with others so they can have some fun too. I don’t know if they were put into letters or stuck on mirrors, or whatever, but I like helping to put them out into the world. Like I said, it’s fun, and when you run out of stickers, you can get more and start all over!
I was at a restaurant where our server had a You Are Beautiful sticker on her order pad. She said one of her customers left it for her with her tip and, of course, it made her day!
Remember, You Are Beautiful . . . just the way you are.
Spread some love. Get your stickers here!