A mirror is a powerful object that can be used to reflect your true self.
When you look in the mirror, what do you see? Do you see someone who has accomplished all their goals and dreams? Or are there some things on your list of “to-do’s” that are still undone?
When you look in the mirror, what do you see? Do you see someone who has accomplished all their goals and dreams? Or are there some things on your list of “to-do’s” that are still undone? You’re looking at a person who has experienced and seen things that most people know nothing about. The reality is that once we step into adulthood, our lives are full of reflection. We experience moments where we question what it means to live a life with meaning and purpose
We all know the saying “The mirror doesn’t lie.” What this means is that our reflection in a mirror is true and honest. It reflects us what we really look like with no make-up, filters, or editing.
It doesn’t matter if you’re a size two or 18
What matters is how confident feel about yourself, good of shape is your clothes going to make you feel?
When we shop for clothing, many people can get overwhelmed by all the options available because they don’t know which style will work best for them. Just me, I don’t have a particular brand that I go for, once I see something and I like… Yeah – but there’s one thing that won’t change regardless of weight, height, age, or anything else about yourself–confidence!
If you can dress confidently, then those other concerns (like being too small) become irrelevant. You just need to find clothes that actually fit so that when someone compliments on your outfit instead of feeling embarrassed from not fitting
It’s time to take a look in the mirror
See what it has to say about your life, health, and happiness. Don’t be afraid of what you find. Confronting reality is hard, but necessary if we want to make positive changes for ourselves and others. an impossible feat because no matter who you are or where you come from this goal
You deserve nothing but the best for yourself… after all, we are our own worst critics.