Take a deep breath, listen to your favorite song and realize everything is gonna be okay, nothing is permanent.— Camila Cabello
The most contentment Camila Cabello quotes that are little-known but priceless
It's okay not to be perfect. Your imperfections are what make you YOU. And at the end of the day, people like real people, flaws and all. At least I do.
There's no freedom like the freedom that comes from accepting yourself.
It's more than Fifth Harmony, the girl group - it's a sisterhood.
I've always written songs that were confessional, acoustic, wordy - my writing style matches my personality. The music always has to match the mouth it comes out of.
2015 was really the hardest and the best year of my life.
I learned a lot. I went through a lot of personal heartbreak, loss, and turmoil. I had to find my way out of sinking under the weight of it and it was the hardest thing I had to do.
I'm listening to a lot of John Mayer again.
I stopped listening to emotional music because I was in a really emotional place in my life.
So many people have disappointed me. And there's also been so many people - not so many, but a few people who make everything worth it, stick through it, and they show loyalty. And no matter what goes down, seas or rough or calm Sunday afternoon, those are people that are worth it. You die for those people.
My general thing is, if you feel cute in your outfit, then your outfit is cute.
At the end of the day nobody's perfect and everybody's weird whether they embrace it or not
I've always written songs for the sake of my own sanity and expression.
There's this quote that says "friendship isn't how long you've known someone, but who walked into your life, said 'I'm here for you' and proved it."
I don't really listen to any of the gossip.
I'm excited to be home, not wear makeup, and wear onesies.
I like to know that when I'm 90 years old, I'm going to be able to look at a song or poem I wrote and say, "Wow! I remember I was so crazy about this person," or "I remember what that day felt like."
The whole point of music is being able to share your story.
Whether or not someone sexualizes you for wearing an outfit, that's their problem and not yours.
In the music industry, there's often a lot of egos and people aren't always very supportive, but we cheer each other on and we push each other to be better.
I've been songwriting for a long time, usually while on the road, as a way to get my feelings out.