What Lifts You Up?


WHEN LIFE GETS YOU DOWN, WHAT LIFTS YOU UP?? Taking time each day to center, contemplate, reflect and acknowledge what you are grateful for, is priceless. Giving daily gratitude feeds the soul, nourishes the heart & stimulates the mind. Giving thanks forces the mind to shift into a positive space; looking at the good versus dwelling on the bad.

When life gets messy and difficult, I force myself to stop whatever it is I am doing in that moment and meditate/think about what I am grateful for; what makes life good and meaningful. My daily list of gratitude always consists of people, as I am very much a people person. To me life is rich and beautiful when shared with others; when choices are made to benefit and serve a greater good and cause versus being self serving.

Giving back and volunteering are also wonderful for lifting spirits during times of pain and sorrow. Giving back and being grateful help lift me during difficult times and I hope it can help you too. I am so grateful for YOU. Thank you for sharing the perfectly imperfect journey with me. 🖤 Always, JLee your SWEET16.

What lifts YOU up when you’re down???


Published by jlee_sweet16

Jessica Lee is a Los Angeles-based model/actress, host, LA social scene guide, influencer, motivational speaker, and active volunteer. Her recent work includes being featured in a global ad campaign for United Airlines, model #16 on Deal or No Deal hosted by Howie Mandel, and guest appearances on General Hospital. In her role as “Sweet 16” on Deal or No Deal, J Lee emerged as one of the stars of the show given her charisma, empathy, and unique ability to connect with the contestants and the audience. J Lee was born in Seoul, Korea and raised in Colorado before moving to Los Angeles. She has a very diverse set of talents and interests including behavioral and neuroscience, avid reading, yoga, health & fitness, fashion, dance, art, music and sign language. She has a passion for working with and inspiring kids and is the co-chair of a non-profit literacy program that serves low income and high needs elementary schools.

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