Happy Friday ladies!! Listen I’ve been told that most the items I where are cute but so expensive… I can’t help it, although I make less sells with my on these items I just don’t care. I want my brand to truly represent me and items that I would actually wear.

If there’s one thing I’ve learned it’s just be comfortable being yourself, while allowing yourself to grow and mold into more. I love observing and taking inspiration from others while also just kind of doing my own thing. If you’re considering starting a blog. Just be you. I’m sure if you read some of my other post I’m not like other bloggers. In fact writing is not my strongest suit. However I think it’s important to get out of your comfort zone and try new things. The more you open your mind and eyes to new possibilities the better you become at whatever you’re doing. Don’t me wrong it’s uncomfortable in the beginning but now I sort of crave a little bit of uncomfortableness. To me it signifies growth.

With social media it’s hard not to get sucked into the popularity game. I have to remember when I started my blog my mission was to help other women like myself with just really really crappy hair. Over the years I have been fortunate to teach and mentor other stylists. And have been able to see how much it has helped them and their careers.

I read a quote from Tony Robbins this morning he said ” true leaders don’t create more followers they create more leaders.” I sat and read this quote a couple times and I thought back to when I started my brand. Wasn’t that the goal… to impact women and help other stylist see a new possibility? I’m Not going lie it’s hard not to focus on the popularity but if I look at the overall impact I have made on others in my career, I think isn’t this the real purpose of it all?? I get to the same place in my mind… don’t Focus on the popularity and keep pushing, you never know who’s reading watching and who it may effect.

I would encourage everyone to get uncomfortable and create new possibilities for yourself don’t focus on the small things. Put your blinders on and continue to push forward. You will most likely not see results within a week but I can promise you six months will go by… two years will go by, with consistency you will be able to see how far you have come. I talked to so many people who lose that push after only a short time. I think to myself cool, hope you’re happy with where you’re at;)

I realize this has nothing to do with the darling romper I’m wearing, but I’m not one to just sit and talk about the ruffles on my sleeve or the weather today so hopefully you enjoy my posts.;) stay tuned every Tuesday for hair talk and Friday for fashion.

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