TMT: Live Life Loudly

Life is too short to live it blandly.

Life has more depth once you begin to live every moment to the fullest, feel things deeply, and live loudly without care of other’s opinions.

People often worry too much about their public image. They hide their joy because others around them don’t feel the same way. They fear standing out, because it’s much easier to blend in and not be criticized or judged.

Personally, I don’t care how others perceive me, whether I’m laughing too much or making a weird face or skipping with my friends.

If someone is bothered by MY happiness, when I’m not harming them or anyone else, that is something they must overcome themselves.

General thoughts…

Sometimes I think maybe others wish they could live as freely as I do, when they give me weird looks for constantly being happy or comment on how I’m “always laughing.” And I don’t mean that in a conceited way; in fact, it’s a bit sad. I think people, especially teenagers, judge others who truly live because they yearn to do the same without fearing what others would think. Therefore, their judgement is only a reflection of their own insecurities.


If you are happy, other people’s opinions of your life do not matter. If people think you’re odd, let them. If they think you’re loud, let them. They’re thoughts aren’t your business.

As long as you aren’t hurting anyone else or purposefully doing something to upset someone, you are allowed to be expressive and have fun.

Live life loudly, Nicole.


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