We all have fears or have at least experienced one, but having a fear of something can sometimes hinder us from being great. We get emotionally caught up on why we can’t or shouldn’t do something. Why is that? Why do we have fears? Our fears can stem from a traumatic experience in the past or it could be from a childhood experience. Some of us have daily reminders of what someone told us ‘we couldn’t do’ which led to a hindering thought stuck in the back of our minds. Well folks, I’m here to tell you, “Yes you can”. Its time to prove yourselves and others wrong. In order to really live our best lives, we must let go of our fears.
More often than not, when we think of setting goals, we refer to career goals or personal goals, such as, weight loss, etc. Personally, I believe that there is such-a-thing as: setting beauty goals. I also believe that every woman should have aspiration-based goals toward them.
Finding jeans can be the hardest thing when it comes to our petite frames. As petite women, we sometimes struggle the most! Our height is usually shorter and our torso is slightly longer than most. I prefer to say, “Petite women are made perfectly imperfect.” However, when we do find that perfect fit pair of jeans, it becomes a joyous moment. A pair of jeans can define our body type and present a variety of looks.
Just one pair of jeans can make you feel comfortable, look sexy, and beam with a glow of confidence. Jeans are a top wardrobe essential for women, which is one of the main reasons why you need several pair hanging in your closest. Sometimes finding a good pair of jeans requires visiting a ton of stores before we find the perfect pair to fit our body types.
Massages are a maintenance that’s often seen as a luxury. Luxuries can get expensive and most times, we choose to opt-out of the extra cost. However, I’ve found that massages can be related to the look, feel, and overall appearance of our bodies. Appearance is the first thing someone sees when they look at us and with our female aesthetic, it’s important to everyday living. I still remember the first time I scheduled my very first massage.