According to Margaret Wolfe Hungerford “Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.” What happens when you look at yourself and all you see are flaws? Valerie Anselme of “The Flawed Beauty Project” is looking to change that. She hopes her project will encourage women to embrace their imperfections. “I want to help people embrace who they are no matter what physical flaws they may have,” said Valerie. “No matter how you look you embody beauty.” She feels the media has its own portrayal of what beauty is.
Ricketta Pryce is a resident of Boston and is a twenty three year old mother, author, and entrepreneur. She has one daughter who is 1 year old and has one more on the way. Ricketta believes that she is a “hustler” in the sense that she does whatever she has to do in order to provide for herself and her growing family. One of the ways she does this is through writing.