Wednesday 24 April 2019

Mind De-Clutter: 7 Things to Stop Telling Yourself

Being a woman is tough, and not just because of the million different things you have to do each day. Sat in the background is that nagging doubt that you don’t measure up to the flawless beauty you’re exposed to every time you watch TV or check your social media. But what can you do about it?
Well, happiness starts with a mind de-clutter. It’s all about getting rid of negativity so that you can have more time and space for positivity. Here’s how you can make it happen.
You Need to Lose Weight
Weight is something that nearly every woman is made to think about at some point. It used to be that skinny was all that mattered, but now more and more women are building athletic looks with hours in the gym in spin classes and CrossFit. That’s great for them, but what if it’s not for you? What if you just want to be… you?
It’s about accepting the way you look in the here and now, and having the confidence to change it the natural way if you don’t like what you’re seeing. A bit of
healthy eating and some light exercise are all you need if you’re prepared to be patient. Don’t work yourself like an Olympic athlete and then go home and starve yourself. Just enjoy the process and the results will come.

Your Hair Doesn’t Work with Your Face Shape
Your hair is one of those areas that you’re under constant pressure to change. Styles change over time, and many women can be left feeling anxious about whether the constant changes really suit them. Becoming conscious of your face shape is something that can be quite damaging to your mental health, so put it to the side. If you find a style that suits you and you feel comfortable with, stick with it for as long as you want to. You’re the only one who should decide that you need to change your hairstyle.
Your Legs Aren’t Long Enough
Heels are a great way to lengthen your legs, but you should only wear them if you want to. If you’re forever forcing yourself into giant 5-inch heels just to add a bit of allure to your appearance, you need to reassess. It’s all about feeling
comfortable and happy, so take the time to figure out what really makes you happy. You’ll be glad you did when you’re still dancing away and enjoying yourself.
There Are Some Things You Just Can’t Change
People will tell you that there are certain things that you can never change, and that life is basically over. This is a really extreme view to take, and not least of all because you’re beautiful just the way you are. That said, some women decide that they want to speak to an expert at a clinic, and make a few subtle alterations that allow them to feel better about themselves. It’s perfectly normal, and if you consult with an expert, they’ll be able to give you the feedback and input that will make your life happier.
You’re Not as Pretty as the Pictures on Instagram
Who cares? The pictures you see on there are basically staged, filtered, and often just airbrushed to within an inch of their lives. It really doesn’t matter if you don’t look like them, because the people in them rarely look like that. Enjoy the aesthetics if that’s what you want to do, but don’t feel any pressure to live up to those
hyper-unrealistic images. Take care of your skin, and don’t expect it to acquire an Instagram filter overnight.
You’re Too Shy in Social Situations
Okay, so this one isn’t purely about the way you look, but for a lot of women it stems from their view of their own appearance. If you feel shy in social situations, be kind to yourself. You’re still making yourself engage and go out, so you should be really proud of that fact. It’s also true that some of your loudest and brashest friends will be some of the most nervous ones while getting ready for a big girls’ night out. It doesn’t matter that you feel shy. What matters is that you’re able to overcome it and live a life that makes

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