Daily Challenge Sunday May. 06, 2012
Emotional Health focuses on daily experiences related to happiness, enjoyment, sadness, and stress in evaluating overall well-being.
Part with a piece of clothing that always makes you feel uncomfortable or unattractive.
How to do it
Everyone has a piece of clothing they wear that isn't quite right - you know the one. Search your drawers and closet for that piece of clothing, pull it out, and set it aside for donation. Whether it's too tight, is the wrong color for you, was purchased in a moment of hysteria during a sale, or perhaps was a poorly chosen gift from a well-meaning friend, if it doesn't make you feel good, out it goes!
Why it matters
Obviously, it's the inside that counts! However, what we choose to put on each day can affect our mood and how we feel about ourselves. If you wear something that doesn't fit correctly anymore, isn't comfortable, or just isn't "you," it's bound to make you feel less at ease. When you're wearing something that's flattering and makes you happy, it can help boost your confidence.
The birth of the ugly Christmas sweater can be traced to the 1950s, when knitting patterns began featuring pine trees.
- Isuri N Daham B.SproutingLevel 179
Been parting with a lot of clothing (getting ready for a bit of a new wardrobe with our Thailand trip) but i keep a few ones that i really like but i don't really feel attractive in because they show my love handles that i really need to work out & get rid off to get back in to shape & ware them again! :)
- Don P.Flourishing
Just did this since we moved. We don't like taking things with us that we're not using on a daily basis. We love giving and receiving things. Check out your local city Freecycle group on Yahoo. It's a group of people that give things away they no longer want or need. Awesome way to reuse and recycle! :-)
Have a great day!
quotes and such...
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- Yogi B.Flourishing
Okay. I love my clothes, and I have pieces that go all the way back to the '70s - I have Fiorucci Jeans with fine art cherubs painted on them, and a matching jacket! this outfit is so fly! I kicked it up even higher, back then, by covering the back with symmetric rows of safety pins! I ROCKED this outfit in those days. Being married to a funky raging musician didn't hurt my look, either. Naturally, ...see more