A friend shot the photo above.
In the picture the only makeup I have on is black eyeliner.
The photo shoot set off a revolution in my head.
Through a series of recent events, I’ve come to see that letting go of what no longer serves you is the first step in setting your intention for the New Year.
I’ve learned that it’s okay to let go of the anger. That freedom lies in having self-acceptance.
I’ve decided that how I’m dressed in the photo is an OK Winter Date Night Outfit.
No pumps or stilettos for me. Just rocking boots.
It takes guts to act true to yourself. Only believe me faking who you are leads to ill health.
Getting the new haircut shown in the photo was what turned around my thinking. A great haircut gives you the confidence to take on the world.
Who couldn’t use more confidence in 2022?
On the Classes for Confidence page of the beauty emporium’s website their stance is that:
Fearless is the New Flawless.
Living through the pandemic I’ve come to see things differently.
I’m not keen to have the makeup on my face be the first thing people notice.
In a room of women spackled with obvious makeup I would rather stand out having a fresh face.
What I’ve learned is that worrying about how you appear to others is a waste of time and energy.
Perhaps by talking about my experience I can give readers the courage to act true to yourself too.
2022 is here.
It’s time to let go of the fear of what will happen when we show up as ourselves interacting with each other.
To abolish the hate in the world we must first love ourselves.
The mirror is not our enemy. Nor is any other human being.