Many struggle with self-acceptance and aren’t able to love, accept, and forgive themselves. I want to write about this because I feel that self-acceptance is needed to be happy with who you are in life. I think about how I don’t want to look back on my life years down the road and remember all of the opportunities I may have missed because I was too self-conscious about something small, or too shy to be myself.
Hello my beauty Inspirers! It’s been quite a month for me personally and I have to say, everyday comes with a surprise. I’ve received quite an overwhelming feedback after publishing my recent article MY STORY : HOW I OVERCAME PCOS (Part 1) and I want to say a HUGE THANK YOU my dear inspirer’s for reaching out to me, it has helped me grow emotionally with each one of you! Now, let’s get back to the important topic here today- HAIRCARE ROUTINE. A couple of you have mailed me asking about my hair care routine therefore I have decided to do a post about my religious
1- Start each day with a Positive Thought ‘Self-talk’ to yourself that ‘I’m beautiful’, ‘I’m worth it’or ‘today is gonna be a good day’ will eventually uplifts your spirit into believing that those words are true. Always be sure to affirm ‘present tense’ words instead uttering past or future tense, because hey! You are living and breathing at the moment to it. Remember you guys, your thoughts become what you think and the mind receives your thoughts. 2- Surround yourself with positive people Absorbing energies from people are contagious. Your mind is a powerful creation, it absorbs both the good
When it comes to my skin care routine, I love using rose scented skin care products. By now we can instinctively relate roses with notions of beauty and love. Wondering why rose lotion/water/oil has found a place in every Indian household? It’s simple. Rose is undoubtedly beauty’s magic potion, and remarkably versatile. Trust me, this iconic flower specifically does beauty wonders on the skin. The flower’s earliest use for beauty is during the ancient Greeks and Egyptians – they used rose petals to perfume their baths. They highly valued roses and also decorated the floors of their banquet halls with rose petals. My daytime skincare go-to is