10 Life ๐ŸŒŽ Lessons from Disney Princesses ๐Ÿ‘ธ All Girls Can Learn ...


There are so many life lessons from Disney princesses that can really benefit your life.

Ever since I was little, Iโ€™ve LOVED Disney movies.3

I have memories of naming stuffed animals after my favorite characters and telling my mom that I was going to change my name to Esmeralda after my favorite heroine.

That love for Disney movies has not diminished as I've grown up, rather it has evolved.

I saw my favorite movies through new eyes, and found myself relating to the incredible women on my screen.

I began to learn from them and I think you can too.

Here are my top life lessons from Disney princesses.

1. Forge Your Own Path (Pocahontas, 1995)

Sometimes the path might not seem clear or the path we are expected to take doesnโ€™t seem right.2

Pocahontas shows us itโ€™s okay to feel uncertain, and itโ€™s okay to figure it out on your own, in your own time.

Thanks to her for one of the best life lessons from Disney princesses!

2. Work Hard for What You Want (the Princess and the Frog, 2009)

When we have a goal, we have to work for it.

Tiana dreams of opening her own restaurant and she doesnโ€™t wait for life to give it to her.

She goes out and she works her booty off to achieve her goal.2

3. Be Curious (the Little Mermaid, 1989)

Ask questions.

Learn new things.

Ariel dreams of being a part of the human world, but before she can do so, she explores her surroundings, learning more and more about her world, and the human world in turn.

4. Donโ€™t Let Outward Appearances Deceive You (Beauty and the Beast, 1991)

Sometimes we judge people because they look different from us.2

However, this is harmful, because sometimes, the greatest things in life are those that we are unfamiliar with.

Belle learns to see beneath the Beastโ€™s exterior and sees his interior and finds out who he really is.

Stand up to Injustices (the Hunchback of Notre Dame, 1996)
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