I have said it before and I will say it again and again, and again. Younique is so much more than mascara. Tonight I got to spend a relaxing night for dinner. It was so much fun just to relax and enjoy adult conversation and be with the best group of ladies on the planet. I always look forward to my time with my Younique YaYa's! We truly are a sisterhood!
Wow what a day to feel proud to be an American. I am happy to live in a country where I can teach my children the peaceful transfer of power. It doesn't matter if you like the newly elected president or not it is time to get behind him and support our country. I try not to get to political on my blog or other social media, but today that I can say I am so proud to be an American!
Today I got to a glam session with a pretty amazing lady. I love spending time with my clients one on one and discussing their particular skin care and cosmetic needs. Please contact me if you would like a one on one consult. I would love to be your go to girl for all your skin care and cosmetic needs!
Last weekend we were snowed in and this weekend, the weather is simply amazing! 70 degrees in January... I'll take it!!! We had such a great time playing outside and enjoy the sunshine! Suri loves to play outside so this just made her day!
Comparison has always been an issue in life and we all need to stop playing the comparison game. I think comparing ourselves to others is just human instinct, however being surrounded by women most of the time I feel as if this issue thrives among women in society as a whole. It also starts at an early age. I have heard my daughter as young as 4 compare herself to other little girls. This starts early and something that even I find myself doing at almost ...ummm 42 years old.
Think about it, my daughter being five years old compares her hair to other girls all the time. This obviously is something she has become self contious of due to most of her friends having long flowing locks. She was slow growing hair and it is thin and not as long as most of her friends (sadly she gets this trait from her mother). She always says, "so and so has such pretty long hair like Rapunzel, I want hair like her" no matter how often I tell her that her hair is beautiful she still compares her hair to other girls.
As girls grow they are always comparing themselves from academics to extra curricular activities comparing others being better gymnast, dancers, cheerleaders,etc. I am all about some healthy competition, I feel it is a good thing however have we as a society become so competitive that we have taught our girls that even if they are not ranked the best the aren't the best. If we are teaching our girls to be the best THEY can be then they ARE THE BEST.