Being a misfits

Old unfinished drawing by me.
Ever felt like you don’t fit in some sort of particular place, things or just basically everything?
We all heard the word “misfits”. Maybe, the first things that pop on your mind are the TV British show from BBC or this 70’s punk band (Jerry Only is a sweetheart and I would love to see them play again) well from whatever you heard that word you end up asking yourself “what am I?” well then you’re you. The reason why I’m writing this particular post because there are moments where I realized I don’t fit in on many social circumstances in the blogging communities talking about the Kardashian and the Jenner for example that I honestly, don’t really care about their life same goes for the so-called girl gang or #girlboss at first I thought it was empowering women regardless of their social class, ethnic, whatever background they are living but then I start noticing they’re not including (from what I’ve seen) woman of colors, plus-size and the transgender. I start feeling left out and I end up asking myself “is it my latina background?” my question hasn’t been answered but I hope that the girl gang/ #girlboss start uplifting and empowering on what suppose to do not just one type of girl but many other girls from a different background and ethnic.
I’m used being the “weirdo” the “misfits” or the whatever label they put, in fact, I don’t really care much at all. I at least know who I’m and I’m still discovering myself more. I’m aware of my no filter, my jokes that most are pretty dark (oh so edgy) and I just don’t like sugar coating. 
Being the weirdo is cool. You don’t have to fit in some certain niche in the blogging community, in fact, you don’t have to force yourself on reading the exact same damn brand post that everyone is hyping around, following every single blogger that you probably won’t remember or simply don’t like their blog. The best thing about being a so-called “misfit” is that you’re standing out from the blogging community, you’re sharing your creativity around the world and you should be damn proud of it regardless how popular you’re.
Surround your self with positivity and if you can’t find anyone that you can’t connect with that okay soon you will meet some rad people online because, in the end, someone out there will like the way that you’re.
-Stay weird.
(if you’re a fiend let play some cool song from them)

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Hello, my name is Michelle and I'm a beauty blogger and a college student.

One thought on “Being a misfits

  1. Since you started it…even though I'm a white girl and things 'should' go easy for me, I feel like a misfit way too often. But I honestly think most people are misfits. Everyone has their own little corner in themselves where they feel different or misunderstood and that's OK. People in general are all the same, but also all different. If that makes any sense. We just need to learn how to enjoy being a misfit :)xo Honey – blog Royal LifestyleTwitterInstagram


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