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Who Got Kicked Off American Idol April 28?

Some described her as weird, quirky, and even kooky. Some loved her style, some not so much. But all agree that Siobhan Magnus could belt it out, hit those notes, hold them and sing!
Last night, Siobhan Magnus was voted off American Idol. One of the things I like most about Siobhan is her authenticity, her level of comfort with herself. As Oscar Wilde said, “Be yourself. Everyone else is already taken.” And Sioban did just that! I’m hoping we will see more of her!
In the meantime, if you are thinking … “hmmmm, I’d sure like to be myself,” here follow some great tips from Our Lady of Weight Loss (another original :).

Our Lady of Weight Loss’s Top Eight Tips on How to Be You
… apparently, more difficult than one might imagine!

1. Take Stock: In order to be yourself, you do have to know, understand and accept yourself. The best way to do that is to take time to contemplate your life, your choices and your naval. (Back in the day, people would ask, “What are you doing?” to which you might respond, “Contemplating my naval.”)
2. Accept Your Mistakes: Know that there is no such thing as failure; only feedback. Take a good look at your choices. While feedback is a useful commodity, there’s no reason to repeat mistakes and failed attempts.
3. Let Go of Caring About What Other People Think: The fact of the matter is that it really doesn’t matter how people perceive you and worrying about what others think is a brick wall of your own making! It is virtually impossible to be the person that everyone likes. (There are even a few who don’t like Oprah. No joke!)
4. Be Open and Honest. A bold move, but nonetheless, ask yourself, “What have I got to hide? Do I feel ashamed or insecure about any aspect of myself?” If yes, if you are loaded with ‘flaws,’ note what they are, come to terms with them and then transform them into quirks … in my case ‘kookiness!’ (In case you didn’t know, O, the Oprah magazine deemed me a ‘kooky genius.’ I succeeded in utilizing my flaws to the max!)
5. Laugh At Yourself: So what if you are a mess. We all are and are secretly terrified that we’re going to be undone by our misfortunes and flaws. Imagine how relieved everyone will be to know that you (and in turn, they) can turn their unfortunate stories into something funny. They will laugh with you! Oh my … laughter does feel good!
6. Develop Your Individuality: What’s your style? In form, fashion, thoughts, and manner of speaking? If you are a round and luscious goddess who wears red and thinks ‘interesting’ thoughts and speaks in a NuYawk accent, go for it! Stand tall, be proud, be your character.
7. Play in Traffic: If you don’t play in traffic, you can’t get hit by a truck. Ha! In other words, if you don’t get out there and risk getting crapped on by a pigeon, you’ll never be yourself. Be sure to carry those nifty clean wipes. Something splatters on you; clean yourself up and play some more.
8. You and You – Side by Side: Ultimately, you are hanging out with you all day long. So, be your best, most interesting and fun self. Hang tight with you!
Spread the word … NOT icing!
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    oh,la,la….lol.i just love your post today Janice,it’s very straightforward acknowledging that being thyself is the most welcomed
    dislay of who you are actually,especially when there’s not much people
    around,the more we can act boldly and naturally,no inhibitions,nada!!!!lol.I do act natural when i am with people whom i know that are real friends to me,these people whom i have laugh with ,cry with and even have had arguments with in the past,i am more comfortable with these kinds of people where my ups and downs are
    not hidden to them and so,i have nothing to hide even more,i can laugh,sing, dance doin funny things with them,as if i am doing a concert show,enjoying myself with them,things like that,lol.My dad is a soldier,he’s a very serious looking man,sometimes i am so awkward to show how funny i can look if only he’s not a miltary and serious man,i just can’t show him how funny i really am,lol,maybe when he get retired in the military that i’ll show him how i sing and dance like Cyndi Lauper or Madonna and shake my body around him,lol.
    thanks Janice.

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