I always admire people who notice the silver lining. Sometimes I am the person who notices it, but other times I can’t help but focus on the darkness of the cloud and I end up spending way too much time on what will happen if that cloud should burst! At that time it seems so hard to find joy in day to day life.
It’s so easy to go down that negative train of thought and often it is needless.
Positive energy is also infectious, so I try to train my brain to look for a positive which helps me stay cool, calm and collected.
Here are a few ways I do just that:
How we look and how we dress affects how we are perceived by others – it’s a bit harsh, but it’s true – especially in the workplace. Dressing to impress can have a whole new meaning depending on who you are, what you’re doing and in which industry you work!
It’s not at all about being on trend with the latest fashion but it’s how you project your image through your choice of clothing.
I’m by no means a fashion expert or stylist but I do take pride in my wardrobe and dress code. I’ve just always been this way. I don’t fall victim to every new fashion trend and I don’t spend thousands each month, but what I do focus on is knowing and dressing according to my own style.
I have a night out planned with some girlfriends next month, so naturally I’ve been thinking about what on earth I’ll be wearing, especially with it becoming rather chilly in the Mother City.
Fashion wise – Winter is my favourite season, for sure! However when you’re planning to paint the town red there’s a thin line between over-dressing and under-dressing.