Tag: self improvement

November 30, 2015

Confident

That photo up there ^ is….: 1) One of the rare occasions you’ll see me all dressed/gussied up. 2) One of the few selfies of me that exist (I rarely take them). I felt confident and attractive at that moment so I decided I would capture it. As I write this I’m not wearing any makeup. My hair is tied up in a messy bun….

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January 1, 2015

Good bye 2014

I was looking through my photos and scrolling through my instagram when I realized I hardly recognize who I was a month ago, let alone a year ago. Have you ever looked at a photo of yourself and thought:”wow I feel like a completely different person now. That feels like ages ago?” That’s how I have felt this entire year after every challenge (which was basically…

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January 3, 2014

STTA

STTA- Something to think about, on this snowy day. “Yesterday I was clever, so I wanted to change the world. Today I am wise, so I am changing myself.” Need I say more? Stay safe and warm today. Bundle up! Happy Happy Friday, AndreaM Related blog posts STTA -the first Mood Board Sunday Thoughts Don’t forget to subscribe to the right or follow my twitter |facebook to stay…

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October 2, 2013

My Manifesto (in Business and Life)

I’ll be completely honest. I was in a little funk last week. You may be familiar with this feeling- I guess you could call it being in a rut or feeling stuck. Basically, I was unmotivated and a bit sad. I usually stick it out and deal with it myself. I often like to dive into my feelings to figure out why I’m feeling this…

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June 20, 2013

TILWIT- Listen to your jealousies

I started a series awhile ago: “Things I’m learning while I’m 20-something (TILWIT)” and didn’t keep up with it because my blog is essentially all about that. I reconsidered and I think I’ll continue with TILWIT to point out specific and reoccurring thoughts. In the time that I have been in New York, I’ve learned that intimidation and jealousy is not necessarily a bad thing. That uncomfortable…

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