My dear hyper aware woman – there are going to be people who look at you when you’re wearing shorts and dresses.
Sometimes people will stare for many reasons. Be it your cute ass outfit, your beautiful bod, or maybe for a lesser welcomed reason – judgement. It’s hard for our energetically intuitive minds to push aside the stares, or the faces people make, but whatever their reason may be – it still remains a challenge to not know what they’re thinking. And I know that struggle well.
Today I wore a romper that revealed more of my legs than I am comfortable with, but I felt good when I put it on, so I decided to rock it! It wasn’t until I saw her face. The face of an elderly lady scowling at my outfit. Maybe she didn’t like that it was covered in stars, maybe she didn’t like the way my cellulite showed, or maybe she liked it and that was how she showed it. Who knows? I never will.
But what I do know is that I showed up for myself. I let myself be in an outfit that displayed my sense of style, and I will be damned if I let little scowl faced Judy make me feel bad because of it.
When you become self conscious because of the way someone looked at you, I want you to do something. I want you to find a mirror, and I want you to tell that person looking back at you that she is worthy of happiness. Tell her something good about herself. Because even if we may not believe it in the moment, our minds will eventually believe what we tell them. Your mind WILL catch up with what you say to it. It takes time and practice, so it’s important to speak it into existence.
It is hard to let the Judy’s of the world not get in your head. You’re human, honor whatever feelings that surface in your mind. She got in mine too. But remember to try and pull yourself out of letting her get more than surface deep. The Judy’s of the world don’t know who you are or what you’re about, and they don’t need to. You need to know what you’re about. So are you someone who is going to let an outsider steer your opinion of your own self worth? Hell to the nah!
YOU have full access VIP tickets to your self worth and you’re going to own that. At the end of the day, Judy has a lot of her own self awareness to uncover. I want you to remember that next time someone makes you feel self conscious. It’s easier said than done, but when you remember my voice telling you they don’t have that power, I know it will guide you back to your own voice. The one that knows you are worthy of wearing whatever you want to!
WEAR WHAT MAKES YOU FEEL GOOD.
That is all.
I love you.