Me, Myself, and I

Marina Zakrajsek, Guidance News Columnist

This year I have found that self-love is interpretive. Personally, I appreciate who I was before and the person I am now. Two years ago I was at a very different place in my life and being isolated for such a long time made me a different version of myself. It’s not that I didn’t like myself before, but now I cherish that part of my life more because I’m not that person anymore. Having realized that life is unpredictable, I choose to live in the moment. Right now, my self love comes from my fondness of me, myself and I.