Wish Upon A Star

How Disney made me want to change my life

I inspire to be a Disney Princess

As a child I always wanted to be a Disney Princess but knew I never could.
Now an adult I asked myself one day; “Well, who says I can’t be?”

So what did I do to feel like a Disney Princess?

First thing was to finally love myself and starting to live for myself. I am worth the life I’m living, the way I want to. Nobody was going to tell me what to do, how to act, dress and speak any more. I was going to be a independent woman.

You care for the things you love, so I wanted to take better care of myself. I quit smoking, started eating healthier and exercise more. I already accepted the way I look, but I wanted to be the best version of myself that I could be.

I went back to school (at age 30) to get a degree, to prove to myself that I’m not stupid and that I could do the jobs I wanted to do, instead of the jobs I was only allowed to do without a proper degree.

Also I love singing and it’s a brilliant way to express yourself, so I started singing more.

Role Model

Realising that as an adult I am a role model to a younger generation, I had to start living by the rules I value most:

If I just give the right example, hopefully others will see, agree and join me. Little acts like that will make the world a better place.

Magic does exsist

It’s in the little things in life. The sunset coloured sky, the fun moments with friends, the look in the eyes of the people who like and love you, and appreciation of those you help out.


I may be Inspired by Rapunzel, but I am my own Princess. I realised every girl and woman is her own Disney Princess and should be treated as such. Magic is for everyone, just like Disney is.