Mila Kunis Once Said…

Milena Markovna Kunis was born on August 14, 1983. Mila was born in the Soviet Ukraine but moved to the US when she was 7 with her family and became an American actress. She’s best known for starring with her future husband Ashton Kutchner in That 70’s Show, many movies and being the voice of Meg Griffin on the animated TV series Family Guy.

Confidence, not cockiness. Knowing who you are is confidence. Cockiness is knowing who you are and pushing it down everyone’s throat. – Mila Kunis

I’m sure some people would think that there’s a fine line between confidence and cockiness and some people like to blend those lines. It seems with social media and stardom often we see them and see the confidence and then there’s those that just are blatantly cocky or bitchy and no one really likes that person. So be confident, don’t be a cock or bitch.

My goal in life is to enjoy what I do, and never to look back and say I wish I would have done that. – Mila Kunis

That’s something I’ve had the philosophy of for quite some time as well. I try not to look at my life with regret or thinking I coulda did that or shoulda done that. I have taken chances, I have moved around, I’ve seen places and done things that others have not and I’m not done experiencing life, not just yet.

It’s not about having what you want, it’s about wanting what you got. – Mila Kunis

Profound words to think about when you find yourself being a spontaneous irrationally thinking person that wants to give up willy nilly. One should look at their lives and be a bit more tolerable and appreciate the little things because those things often mean more than the other things. Most things that mean the most don’t cost a thing. It’s those little words that you say, the little kisses, snuggles, head rubs and comfort you give one another that show each other just how much you love that person. So want what you have and stop looking for the next best thing because you may have that and without appreciation could find yourself without it.

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