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Bad things happen to everyone in life. Whether you’ve just lost your job or you simply feel like you’re going nowhere in life, our notions of what is bad are quite vague. More importantly, however, an unhappy event doesn’t need to have lasting negative consequences. More often than not, it’s your attitude towards the event that creates unhappiness in life. In fact, leading a happy life comes from within. It’s about your ability to find self-strength and embrace the potential of your life. Happiness, you see, is not a matter of ticking everything off the list from the perfect husband to the best job, it’s about what you do for yourself to tackle what life throws at you and make it better. Your happiness is about growing the self and avoiding the easy mistakes of your past – the ones that led you to feel unhappy right now.

Inhale Confidence, Exhale Doubt

Self-help: Bad news doesn’t mean bad life

You know the saying when life gives you lemons, it’s time for a glass of sweet lemonade. While you might be wondering how to make lemonade out of losing your job or getting dumped, you need to get back to the core of your problems. The bitter bite that you feel right now will heal only if you choose to help yourself to get better. So you’ve lost your job? Time is not for despair; time is for positive actions. Get on the search for a new and better position. Or maybe start a freelance career and become your own boss! More importantly, whichever lemons life decides to throw at you, you need to react positively. Social isolation doesn’t help. Don’t let your social life regress because of a silly lemon. Instead, mingle with people and improve your network. It’ll help to improve your mood and your situation.

Self-awareness: Unlocking unknown potential

Have you ever thought about your life’s mission? There’s more to life than getting up and going to work. But things can be so overwhelming that sometimes it’s hard to see past your supercharged routine. That’s why you should refer to this site to unlock the mystery of your past identities and adventures. Past life regression, as it’s called, is a process of self-discovery. The better you know who you are – and who you were – the easier it’ll be to create happiness in your life.

Self-confidence: Believing in yourself

When was the last time you said: “I can do it”? For a lot of people, it goes back to a time of innocence during their early childhood. Then life got in the way and destroyed your self-esteem. Time to build it back! If fear of rejection gets the best of you, follow Jia Jiang’s approach: During 100 days he trained himself to desensitize himself from rejection, making crazy requests that people had to reject. Or maybe you simply need to focus on your successes and ignore the failures. Instead of creating a to-do list, make a did-it list, which will remind you of your achievements.

In short, you’re the master of your happiness. Only you can build it, using self-help, self-awareness, and self-confidence to pave the way from a life in gray tones to bright and optimistic days every day.

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If you dread taking photos of yourself, you’re not alone. According to estimates by the skincare company Dove, more than 75 percent of women didn’t like taking pictures of themselves because of the way that they looked. More than 96 percent of women classified themselves as looking “average,” which, of course, is a contradiction in terms.

Believe In Your Selfie

So what can we do to improve the way we look in every selfie? Here are some tips from medical professionals, photographers and stylists.

Groom Your Eyebrows

According to celebrity stylish Kelley Baker, one of the most important things you can do before taking a photo is grooming your eyebrows. She says that eyebrows that are arches rather than round like to make round faces look fuller. If, however, you have an oval face, softly angled eyebrows look better.

The bottom line, she says, is to choose the right eyebrow shape for your face. You can have thicker brows, she says, so long as you have wide cheekbones and a wider face.

Brighten Up Your Skin

Ask any medical aesthetic doctor and they’ll tell you one of the main problems with people’s skin is oxidation of fat just under the surface. No matter what your skin tone, this makes skin appear darker and less healthy, especially as we age. It’s a good idea, therefore to try to brighten it up. Reality television star Holly Madison says that she uses an old trick employed by Marilyn Monroe. To bring extra brightness to her face, she uses a light foundation and then pairs it with brighter, light jewelry and hair dye. A white stone in her diamond earrings, she says, brightens up the rest of her face enormously.

Go For A Jog Before Hand

Our bodies are designed for movement. If they’re not moving, they don’t look their best. For instance, one of the reason people’s faces look puffy in the morning has to do with the buildup of lymph just under their skin, especially around their eyes. But the good news is that exercise helps to drain this away, returning the face to its natural complexion. Next time you want to take a selfie, try going for a jog beforehand.

Keep Your Chin Up

If you want to look good in your next selfie, smiling might not be such a good idea. Why? Because when we smile, we naturally draw our faces back into our necks, creating the impression that we have a double chin. A better idea is to imagine that your nose is being pulled towards the camera. This will help keep the face from sinking back into the neck, making it appear chiseled and refined. It might feel funny not smiling for the camera if you’re not used to it, but it does make a big difference.

Get In The Right Frame Of Mind

Even small fluctuations in our emotions are written all over our faces. That’s why it’s so important to get yourself in the right frame of mind before a photoshoot. Nigel Barker, a celebrity photographer, says to imagine eating something delicious before you take the snap.

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In magazines, online, and even in everyday life, you’re probably going to see people talking about what clothes you should or shouldn’t wear based on your body size or shape. They’ll say that crop tops are only for skinny girls or that shorts are only for people with curves. Well, here’s the dirty secret that a lot of people don’t want you to know: you can wear whatever you want. It doesn’t matter what size or shape you are, anyone can rock whatever look they choose. Sure, the media will try and tell you that there’s one look that’s true beauty and we should all be aiming for it, but the reality is that everyone can be beautiful, it’s just a matter of embracing who you are. With that in mind, here are a few tips to build up the body confidence that you need to embrace any look that you want.

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Wear what you want!

The first thing you need to do is to throw out the idea that there are specific clothes or accessories for specific people. A lot of people will turn up their noses at curvy girls who want to show off their tummies, but there’s no reason why crop tops and belly button piercings can only look good on skinny people. Check out this Article about belly button piercing by Catchyscoop.com to see how well anyone can rock that kind of look. Here’s a good thing to remember: if you like a piece of clothing and it comes in your size, then there is absolutely no reason why shouldn’t wear it with pride.

Find your own style!

Of course, that doesn’t mean that you should wear every style and item of clothing possible. After all, everyone has their own style, and it’s about finding the things that you think look good. Of course, the only way you’re going to find your own personal style is to try things on. Experiment with things that you wear. Sure, not everything is going to work but it’s always worth trying things out, that’s what fitting rooms are for after all!

Strut your stuff!

No matter what you wear, there really is only one thing that you need to look good in it: confidence. The most beautiful woman in the world could look bad in clothes if she doesn’t feel confident and happy in them. Be proud of who you are and the way that you look. Strut your stuff and don’t ever let anyone tell you how to look, how to dress, or what you should look like. Remember, beauty has no size or shape!

It’s important to remember that building up your confidence takes time. There’s nothing wrong with feeling like you’re not ready to strut your stuff or wear your favorite outfit in public. If you’re only able to wear what you want in front of your bedroom mirror, then that’s okay! The journey of building confidence always starts with a single step in the right direction!

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As you’re probably already aware, there are a lot of people out there who don’t feel very confident about the way they look at the moment. It may be a deep-seated thing that really damages their self-esteem, or it may be something much simpler. In any case, trying out something new can be a pretty attractive thing to do – but it can also be a little daunting!

When people start thinking along these lines, the word “makeover” often comes to mind. But when people think about makeovers, they usually think of something quite extreme. They imagine those reality shows where someone looks completely different at the end of the hour-long program.

Of course, how far people want to take a change in their look can depends quite a lot of what their level of confidence is. People often start thinking about makeovers because someone else has said something about their appearance that wasn’t very kind.

So the first thing you should probably ask yourself is why you want a change in style. Is it just because someone else has said something unkind about what you look like? If you like your style, then you shouldn’t be discouraged just because of them. A change in style should only occur if you really want it to. (Although it could be argued that you should do it if your current style isn’t going to land you your dream job, or something like that!)

Perhaps the simplest ways in which people change their style is by reviewing the sort of clothing they usually wear. Do you tend to stick to the same kind of color scheme all the time? It’s worth seeing if you would fit any other colors. In any case, you could consider giving a wardrobe a ‘purge’. If there’s anything you feel you don’t want to wear anymore, consider packing them away or even giving them to charity. (Or a friend who’s always been envious of your wardrobe!) This will help you make room for some new purchases.

Remember, though, that a change in style doesn’t always necessitate changing your outfit styles. In fact, a lot of people avoid this simply because it’s the most expensive way to change your style, even if it seems like the simplest, at first. One thing you should consider that’s even easier is changing up your accessories – or adding some if you don’t have any already! Jewellery is probably the simplest and most effective. Bags are often recommended, but you’re not always going to be using bags when you’re out and about, so they won’t always signify your style the way you want them to!

One accessory to which you should give some thought is glasses. Of course, to most people, glasses aren’t exactly an accessory – glasses are something they need! Still, thinking about them like accessories can help you decide how they will fit in with a style change. Perhaps you want to look into getting a new pair, or maybe eschewing glasses altogether by getting some contact lenses. Heck, maybe you don’t wear glasses but think they would look good with your new look. In that case, consider looking into some clear-lens glasses. Most places that sell glasses will do them, but they’re much easier to find and buy online. (Be careful, though; you can’t exactly try them on first if you do it that way!)

Perhaps the biggest and scariest thing to commit to when it comes to style changes is a new haircut. After all, it’s not exactly something you can just put on and take off! A lot of people feel like they want to change their hair up a bit, but they’re unsure of what they should get or whether it would look good. If you’re in such a position, you should consider going to a costume shop and trying on some wigs. Seriously. It may sound odd but this really can be the best way to ‘trial’ a hairstyle before making a commitment! When people think of wigs in costume shops, they usually think of the sort of comic and impossible hairstyles you see at fancy dress parties, but there are plenty of sensible and ‘realistic’ wigs out there that emulate hairstyles that are actually feasible! This could be an effective way of making sure a given hairstyle would look good on you before you head to a hairdresser and let them approach your do!

Remember: trying to change up your style is admirable, but you shouldn’t let it take over your life. You can make stylistic changes gradually, instead of shocking everyone you know by approaching them with a completely new look!

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Everyone deserves to pamper themselves once in awhile, but it can be hard mustering up the courage to go and do something to indulge yourself. After all, we have bills to pay, we have work to do and friends to meet. But it’s not like you can’t take friends and family with you wherever you go, and it’s a good idea to treat yourself now and then.

So if you’re looking for an excuse to go off to a spa, a weekend break, or even just a fancy dinner on Friday night, here are a couple of reasons why you should pamper yourself this weekend.

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Improve your image and improve your confidence

Much of our confidence is driven by our physical appearance. Regardless of how much you weigh, your age or even your shape, people who pamper themselves are more likely to feel confident about their image and thus, have a better outlook on life. It could be a visit to local spas to rejuvenate your skin, it could be a lovely home-cooked meal that makes you feel ten times healthier, or it could even be a pedicure at your local beauty salon—whatever makes you feel younger, healthier and more confident.

Reduce stress and boost your immunity

Scientific studies have shown that people who are more comfortable and less stressed out are at a reduced risk of developing diseases and body wide inflammation. This ultimately leads to a better immune system and you’ll get fewer colds and headaches during your daily life. Pampering yourself is a fantastic way to reduce stress and wipe away the troubles of a working life. It helps you regain focus and it makes you feel more comfortable with your situation. So instead of trapping yourself at home and making yourself miserable, go out and treat yourself.

Optimism is the key to life

We’ve all seen those co-workers who come back to work with a holiday glow. They work better, they’re more productive, and they’re much happier than usual. This is because they’re feeling optimistic about life in general, empowering them with a sense of happiness that allows them to remove negative thoughts. If you want to experience that holiday glow on regular basis, then make it a routine to treat yourself every weekend before you go back to work on a Monday. You’ll experience far less stress, you’re more likely to enjoy your working week, and your optimism will be infectious to those around you.

Live life to the fullest

One of the most frustrating things about life is that we spend so much time working and, as a result, we have very little time to ourselves. This makes it almost impossible to live our lives to the fullest and experience wonderful things at every turn. However, learning to pamper yourself on a regular basis, be it a shopping spree for new clothes or just a visit to a local luxury, can help you experience more of life’s offerings. Being stuck at home trying to find something to do or worrying about the next working week is not how we should be spending our lives. Instead, we should be focusing on experiencing as much of the world as possible to live a fulfilling life, not one trapped in a cage!

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