AN OUT­FIT A DAY?

The Star (St. Lucia) - Life Begins 2 Nite - - CONTENTS - Nasha

It’s great to be con­fi­dent and grounded in high self­es­teem. In fact, ku­dos to those who can turn a blind eye to the neg­a­tiv­ity and ac­cen­tu­ate the pos­i­tives. But some take it just a bit too far and quite frankly need a re­al­ity check.

An ac­quain­tance shared that she is wary of wear­ing the same out­fit twice, lest she be pho­tographed and ex­posed on so­cial me­dia. Let us be clear. This per­son is not a celebrity by any means, if only in her head. Have we be­come so warped by so­cial me­dia plat­forms that we have now blurred the lines be­tween fan­tasy and re­al­ity? It’s nat­u­ral to want to look your best but the majority of us are not so for­tu­nate to have a dif­fer­ent out­fit for every­day of the year. That also sounds ex­haust­ing; hav­ing to lit­er­ally keep up with the Kar­dashi­ans.

And from what I know be­ing con­fi­dent is not wor­ry­ing about what other peo­ple might think, but be­ing true to you de­spite their opin­ions.

Can you keep up?

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