3 Things You Can Do Right Now to Feel Prettier

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3 Things You Can Do Right Now to Feel Prettier
Need a self-esteem boost? Here are three things you can do right this very moment to feel prettier. 1) Sit up straight. Good posture gives you presence. Plus, slouching makes you feel frumpy. And frumpiness is the enemy. (Oh, and here's a little workout you can if you need a little extra help in this area.) 2) Smile. It makes you happier instantly. And happiness is always pretty. 3) Listen to a song that makes you feel hot. You know what works for me? That '80s song "So Alive" by Love and Rockets, mostly because of the line "Don't know what color your eyes are, baby, but your hair is long and brown." It makes me feel like strutting around and tell non-existent people in my apartment "That's right! I'm alive! And my eyes are green, for the record." What do you do when you need a little boost? Read More http://www.glamour.com/beauty/blogs/girls-in-the-beauty-department/2011/02/3-things-you-can-do-right-now.html#ixzz2C3zMD3oQ
That's great advice! Stay
That's great advice! Stay positive!!
All356, Great advice,
All356, Great advice, something I try to live by every day. Thanks for sharing! :)
Thank you!

Everyone is so beautiful and sometimes it is easy to forget that about ourselves. Smiling is the best medicine, and I fully believe that!

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