“Hard work is not the path to Well- Being. Feeling good is the path to Well-Being. You don’t create through action; you create through vibration. And then, your vibration calls action from you.”
I have those days where I’d really rather not do anything with myself. Where I’d rather have wild hair, a naked face, chipped nails, & socks that don’t match. Those days where your eyes look like you just woke up even hours after you did. This is usually when I am stressed or overwhelmed.
Lately I read this quote when those kind of days sneak up on me – I instantly turn to my closet for the comfiest yet most beautiful outfit I can manage. It’s always either black or white – Because right after I’m dressed, I coat my lips with my favorite red lipstick. It works like a charm, and it gives me the confidence I need to take control of my day. Try it, I promise it will work.
All my love, B
Pour yourself a drink, put on some lipstick, and pull yourself together.
After I realized my work phones weren’t working this morning I hopped in my car & went straight to the Apple specialists. I decided that although my blog could wait, work could not. So I took the plunge & bought a new Macbook Pro. The rest of the day at work was smooth & productive – And my stress level went from a 12 to a 1. So after a bit of a meltdown on my part, I am back! And sane. For the most part.
As many of you know I am all about comfort in everyday outfits. One of my favorite sites to shop at is called Planet Blue. They have a plethora of different styles and options, although they are a bit on the pricey side. My favorite item today is called the Chic Easy T Dress. You can literally do anything with this dress. You can rock it with some heels & accessories & be set for the evening, or you can wear it by itself & keep it casual. It is definitely going on my wishlist for this Spring.
My to do list is redonculous this evening but I am sure I’ll be back later, but until then enjoy shopping at Planet Blue. XOXO
“We need less posturing and more genuine charisma. Charisma was originally a religious term, meaning “of the spirit” or “inspired”. It’s about letting God’s light shine through us (or a higher power). It’s about a sparkle in people that money can’t buy. It’s an invisible energy with visible effects. To let go, to just love, is not to fade into the wallpaper. Quite the contrary, it’s when we truly become bright. We’re letting our own light shine.”