Do You Look Your Best?

I have to say that sometimes these posts are meant more for me than for you. Or maybe what I really mean is that I recognize something in myself that needs some attention and I think maybe you do too.

As I write this, I am wearing jeans and a t shirt, no make-up and no shoes. My hair is clean and brushed but that’s all.

For a long time I have been overweight. I am losing now but still wearing many of the baggy, shapeless things I wore when I was heavier.

I used to be pretty good at putting on make-up but since I’ve gotten older it seems I’m not so good at it anymore. I don’t want to look like one of those women who’s still doing her hair and make-up like she did in high school.

Is this an ADD thing? Or maybe just related to the low self esteem that accompanies it?

I know that I feel better when I make an effort, so why don’t I do that more often?

Can you relate to any of this? Please tell me that you can.

In an effort to both educate and inspire us, I’ve found a few resources to help us look our best. Here they are:

What Not to Wear is one of my favorite shows. It’s like a Cinderella story to me and you can really learn a lot from watching it. Plus you can drool over the $5,000 budget the makeover person gets to spend on herself.

Carmindy is the make-up artist on the show and she does something she calls a 5 minute face. Here’s a video showing you how.

Need some fashion tips? I love this article about How Not to Dress Like A Mom…Without Shopping.

How about some videos to teach you about how to dress? Check out this series on YouTube.

Looking your best is about taking care of you and making you feel better about yourself. It also sends a message to others about how you think of yourself and how they should treat you.

Throw out those old shoes and stained shirts. Wear some jeans that fit. Get a good haircut and stop wearing sweats in public.

Take better care of you.

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I am an ADHD Expert, Coach, and Consultant. I want you to learn how to celebrate your life with ADHD too.

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