The Perfectly Imperfect Tag 

The “Perfectly Imperfect Tag” – Talking about Advice, Inspiration, Self-Love, and More


Hey there, lovelies! 

I hope you all are having a wonderful Saturday! I’m here today with my first tag post!
I just took a brief gander at the creator’s blog Aqsa Says What  when I was included in this tag, but immediately when I clicked over to it, it felt welcoming, well put together, and professional. Although I’m not a fan of poetry, anything that has rants, positivity, and DIYs is okay in my book, so I am looking forward to reading some of their blog and seeing more of these awesome things in the future.

I was included by Misabella at Misabella’s Blog, which is filled with lots of fun stuff from fitness to fashion, and just all-around happiness, so be sure to check that out whenever you have a chance too, lovelies. Now, without further ado, let’s get into the tag.

R U L E S:

  1. Copy/paste the image of the tag in your post.
  2.  Make sure to share a little blurb about the creator of the tag.
  3. Give a shout out to the person who nominated you.
  4. Talk about what your strengths are, and what you love about yourself. These can range from anything positive about you, or your future aspirations and goals.’
  5. Who/what are you inspired by, and how do you want to make a difference.
  6. What’s your advice to those that struggle to love themselves, and to those that doubt themselves?
  7. Lastly nominate as many bloggers as you would like (ranging from 1 to whichever amount you choose) and let them know that you nominated them.

I already completed the first 3 rules, so let’s move on to the next objectives.

I guess I would say that some of my strengths are my intelligence, manners/social grace, and writing. I’m pretty creative in the writing and content-creating fields, so I’d definitely say those are my biggest strengths. I don’t have the decorum of royalty, but I’m pretty proper, especially in public and when hosting guests (besides my potty mouth). This is so widely disregarded nowadays that I definitely think it’s worth noting and I consider it a huge strength.

What I love about myself, again, my creativity. I think it’s a gift and I really appreciate having it. I love my hair, my skin, my lips, my eyes. I love a lot of things about me, but naturally there are things I’m pretty self-conscious about too, like most people.

I’m inspired by art and creativity that I see all around me, from video games to music to books to movies and even anime. I’m always enjoying adventure and action that I see manifesting in so many different forms and different mediums and it inspires me to see different takes on stories and worlds, or other people’s talent shining through. I hope to make a difference in life by inspiring others, creating happiness, and perhaps even making people think about certain things in a different way.

As I stated a bit earlier, even I have things I’m not entirely pleased with about myself, but I do usually give better advice to others than I tend to follow myself. If you struggle to love yourself, I can say that you can’t get very far in life without at least liking yourself. As far as we know, we have only one single life and one body that we get, we need to learn to love what makes us unique and different, and we need to respect and honor our bodies and our minds. Loving ourselves is a great way to do that. Start by doing the things that make you happy and make you feel whole. Appreciate your mind and body for all the things they do for you on a daily basis. Recognize and honor the goals you accomplish and all the good you do, big and small.

If you doubt yourself, try to have confidence. No matter what you do, wear, or look like, confidence is key and it makes you admirable and beautiful. I remember these things and more when I’m doubting myself. I also remember that nearly every successful person started somewhere, started small, failed repeatedly, were told they were nothing and never would be more than nothing, that their idea was stupid, that they weren’t good enough. They ignored the naysayers, believed in themselves, and worked hard. I can do the same and now I’m passing this advice and these thoughts on to all of you reading this now. 🙏🏼

Of course I could go more and more in-depth with both of these subjects, but this is just a short tag post so I’ll leave it at those two pretty meaty paragraphs. Now for the tagging portion of this tag post. I’ll go ahead and nominate just 3 people who I wouldn’t mind seeing do this tag as well. If you’ve already done it or don’t feel like doing it, no biggie at all 😊


Liv Sampson – Life According to Liv 

Okoto Enigma’s Blog 

Kali Borovic – Tales from the Thrift Shop 

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Well, there we have it–my first ever tag post! What did you guys think of this? I actually started feeling pretty good speaking about what inspires me and what to do when you doubt yourself–giving advice can really give you a warm cuddly feeling, right? It’s nice to get your thoughts on these subjects out there… anyways! Drop me a comment down below if any of this resonated with you… I’d love to hear from you!


-Helene sig flowers

8 thoughts on “The Perfectly Imperfect Tag 

  1. Liv Sampson says:

    Thank you so much for tagging me in this amazing post!!!! I can’t wait to get started on mines!!!! And I love the fact that you take pride in loving many parts of yourself. Self love is important, and I think that everyone should know that it’s very important to make sure that they take extra special care of themselves before taking care of others they care about… 💖

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  2. Okoto Enigma says:

    Thanks for tagging me. While I was reading, I could see so many similarities between the both of us. I’m also a creative person, I love writing ( also books), reading, seeing movies and anything relating to creativity. But all he same, lovely post! 💛

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    • Helene (AngelSpartaness) says:

      No problem, Kali 😊 thank you for your comment 🙏🏼 loving yourself is hard work, especially after so many years of hating so many things about yourself. It’s a struggle and a constant battle but one I’m determined to win 💪🏼


  3. The Style of Laura Jane says:

    This is a great tag and I loved reading your answers. Self love takes you along way in life. We have to appreciate ourselves and I loved that you said creativity is a gift. I agree and I think most people on some level have a creative side, but only some have the knowledge to tap into it. x

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