Princess at Heart

Growing up I always gravitated toward the color pink. I liked playing princesses, dressing up, and putting glitter on everything. As I grew up I realized that being a princess isn’t a career. I went through high school still living my life as childhood me, a girl who adores frilly dresses and huge teddy bears. In college I hit a sort of breaking point. I was faced for the need to find my “calling” and study hard so I can make enough money to support myself. But money and happiness do not always come hand and hand as often as they probably should. Having a high profile career doesn’t necessarily lead to happiness although in some cases it absolutely can. I know who I am. I always did. It might have gotten tucked underneath my new passions and experiences but it was always there when I needed it most. I still have a great deal of growing up to do, but I’ll never forget my values and most importantly my inner princess who still lives in my heart.

Stay true to who you are and your heart will lead you to where you need to be💖





  1. J · July 27, 2016

    Very inspiring!

    Liked by 1 person

    • Jasmine Alia · July 27, 2016

      Thank you!:)


  2. rookaye · July 27, 2016

    Great post Jasmine!

    Liked by 1 person

    • Jasmine Alia · July 27, 2016

      Thank you so much girl!😊💖


  3. concertoinprogress · July 28, 2016

    Jazzy, you are so beautiful, stay young at heart girl! love reading your posts (:

    Liked by 1 person

    • Jasmine Alia · July 28, 2016

      Aww thank you so much!💖


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