HOPE­LESSLY DE­VOTED

Elle (Canada) - - Elle -

I’ve been read­ing ELLE since I was 16 and grow­ing up in Bei­jing. When I moved to Canada in 2012, the first thing I did was buy an ELLE Canada at the air­port, and I’ve been read­ing it ever since. Three ar­ti­cles in the Septem­ber is­sue meant some­thing to me: I used to wear granny py­ja­mas, but af­ter read­ing “The Nightie Rev­o­lu­tion: Why Dress­ing Up for Bed Will Change Your Life” [ELLE Spe­cial], I bought a silk night­gown. “No More Fear” [ELLE Spe­cial] is a good re­minder not to worry about what oth­ers think; there will al­ways be some­one who dis­likes your style. The third story is #lifereboot —it must take courage for Stephanie Gil­man to over­come her fears. Her ar­ti­cle re­minded me not to com­plain about my life and to live in the mo­ment. CHEN DU, EMAIL

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