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10 Little Tattoos With Big Meaning

Little things can go a long way

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10 Little Tattoos With Big Meaning
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Tattoos are a way for us to express ourselves in many ways. More and more jobs are becoming accepting of the idea of tattoos, but there are still some that are very strict about them. However, there are little tattoos out there with big meaning!

1. Semicolon

You are never done telling your story.

2. Arrows

Never stop aiming forward in life.

3. Anchor

I refuse to sink or give in.

4. Deathly Hallows

Or "After all this time?" "Always"

5. Footprints

This can be follow your path or "I solemnly swear I am up to no good".

6. Coordinates

Whether it be your hometown, your favorite vacation spot, or where you went to school all that matters is that it has meaning to you.

7. Four Leaf Clover

They are rare for a reason.

8. Viking Symbol for Create own reality

You are in charge in the direction you decide to go.

9. 3 Triangles

Earth, fire, and water.

10. Unclosed Delta Symbol

If you are not open to change you will never go anywhere.

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