Are you struggling and cannot seem to find happiness? 

Can your imperfections be a blessing? 

We believe so.

We all have our own imperfections and struggles. How you approach them will either set you free or keep you unhappy.

Imperfections can be blessings in disguise. It’s all about viewing them differently.

They have the power to help transform your life. If you allow them too.

We had to break away from asking God to take away our imperfections/our struggles, and begin seeing them with a thankful heart. He has given us the opportunity to learn more about ourselves to empower and inspire others that they too can get through their challenges. We took our struggles and imperfections as a way to learn more about ourselves so we can be able to help someone else overcome it too.

How your imperfections are a blessing to be successful

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It’s all in the mindset you have around your struggles. You can use your story to help others. To us, helping others makes us feel successful. It can be for you too.

Discover how your struggles will help make you successful. It's time to rethink your struggles and transform your life. We share 3 tips that helped us get away from "why us" and gain a more positive approach to dealing with our imperfections to become successful.

Like we’ve mentioned before, our skin issues were our breaking points. They were are huge WAKE UP CALLS. At first we were always upset and kept saying, “Why us?” But then one day we said, “Try us” and our lives started to change. We started to see our issues as blessings to help others. We started to look at the bigger picture and stopped playing the victim card.

3 Tips on how to see your struggle as a good thing so you can move forward in life

  1. Struggles are there for a reason
  2. See yourself as the gift you are
  3. Stop thinking you aren’t in the body you are supposed to have


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It’s time to see your struggle or imperfections as blessings.

See them as a blessing from God to teach you something. To empower you. To change you. To show you how you can help others through your struggles.

struggle as strength

Other great sources that helped us with changing our mindsets around our struggles to overcome them:

Mastin Kipp 

How to accept the things you cannot change

3 mindset-changes to make any situation suck less


Let’s make it a fabulous weekend. Always be purely you.


Lori and Michelle

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7 thoughts on “How to see your struggles as a blessing

  1. Thanks for the mention, beauties. xoxo

    Posted on March 18, 2016 at 3:21 pm
  2. You ladies have such a powerful message to share. Amazing! Thank you for sharing it with the world!

    Posted on March 19, 2016 at 2:06 pm
    1. thanks sweetie, we have so much more to come, we really love helping others

      Posted on March 19, 2016 at 7:48 pm
  3. Amazing post, definitely motivational and inspiring. I am still trying to reach my goal and maintain a healthy lifestyle but with stress its hard, these posts keep me going. keep it up!

    Posted on March 20, 2016 at 11:59 pm
  4. Learning to keep things in perspective is so important! So many people around the world face truly difficult struggles – hunger, homelessness, poverty, abuse, violence, political oppression. It seems very upper middle class white privileged to be so unhappy about superficial things like imperfect skin and whether or not one has the ideal arm definition – it is a luxury that many people would gladly trade their own struggles for. For people who are “struggling” with these types of superficial problems, maybe making charitable contributions (of time or money) would help put things in perspective.

    Posted on March 22, 2016 at 9:36 am
    1. Yes hunger, homelessness, etc are very important struggles the world face. We aren’t saying that those are important as they are. But we were just trying to let those who suffer from depression due to whatever struggle they are going through, to help give them hope that they too can get through it so they can be there in the world to make the huge impact they were born to do.

      Posted on March 22, 2016 at 7:47 pm