While the seasons are changing, it's important to make sure that you're always evolving as well. As a woman, it's nice to evolve and uncover different parts of yourself. One of the ways most women like to improve themselves is through their looks. If you want to look your best this summer, consider the following tips.
A bit more of a personal post from me…
For the past 18 months I have been working as a personal trainer in a boutique studio. I remember the day I started back in October of 2017. I was excited, motivated, and ready to change the lives of people in my community.
It is a well-known fact that each individual has self-esteem. One of the key things in life which help us make better choices and which give us the courage to be our own true selves is having healthy self-esteem. On the flip side, low self-esteem can be damaging to one's mental health, and it may hold the person back from moving forward in life. As a matter of fact, most people admit that the number one thing which causes their low self-esteem is being unhappy with how they look. Luckily, there are clever ways to start feeling better in your own skin. So, here are five ways to raise your beauty self-esteem.
"You're ugly. You'll never be good enough."
Why is our appearance so important?
As a child, I was always care-free and never cared about what others thought and loved myself the way I was. I did what made little Tierra happy at the time.
My nose got pinched more as a child than my cheeks did. Minus those obligatory Sunday mornings at my church home Franklin St. Johns, that is. And when someone wasn’t pinching my nose they were instructing me to pinch it myself. It was a chore that became part of my routine much like brushing my teeth, saying my prayers, and washing my ass.
I had shaved my head last spring. Many asked, “Did you have a Britney Spears moment?” “Why would you cut it all off?”
I won't forget when I was a junior in high school and my anatomy teacher started to rant about how hair is dead and it's absurd we assign such significance to a part of our body that is literally dead.