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  • http://modetteblog.com/ Kate {Modette}

    So true! xx

    Kate {Modette}

  • http://ainfinitaire.blogspot.com/ Alice

    Amazing words!
    I think we all tend to get caught up in the world around us, the constant need to be perfect and mimic what we see in the media.
    What Gia has to say is so simply beautiful and refreshing.

    How could you not want to put this up by your mirror?!


  • ROKderm

    Best advice ever, I'll have that! :)

  • Jennifer Monforton

    Words to live by! A message so easily forgotten but so essential to realizing true beauty.



  • Milette

    Great advice...too bad Gia didn't truly believe her own words...maybe then she could've overcome her demons (RIP)

  • Guest

    I knew Gia (I worked with her aunt) and unfortunately she never believed she looked good. She was a sweet girl and gone too soon.