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Self Portrait, Rebecca D. Dillon of Soap Deli News BlogWhen I was in elementary school I wanted to be famous – although I had no idea what I wanted to be famous for. I once wrote myself fan letters then placed them in self-addressed envelopes with used stamps glued to the front. Then I showed them to my friends. When asked why I received the fan mail I was stumped. I can’t remember how that played out exactly. Nowadays everyone can be famous – or infamous – now that technological advances have produced the internet, blogging, and social media. Although it also means that sometimes people also end up being famous for things they’d rather not be known for. If you were famous, what would you like to be famous for?

Another side of me.Another side of me that you don’t see through a computer screen: I bite my nails when I’m stressed and chew my hair when really focusing on a project like writing out my blog articles. Last week when I got caught in a flash flood I bit my nails down to nubs. Nail polish is a lost cause on me.

(This post was inspired by the 30-Day Self-Portrait Challenge at A Beautiful Mess Blog. And these are my self-portraits.)

About Rebecca D. Dillon

Rebecca D. Dillon is a soapmaker, DIY-er and blogger whose life is controlled daily by a dachshund. You can learn more about Rebecca by checking out her bio. Or discover more great skin care & beauty recipes by subscribing to Soap Deli News blog via email.