Dressing for accomplishment requires far more than just picking the best dress. A woman in business must also understand self-care and personal hygiene to complete their professional look. How you introduce yourself to others can make or break a job interview or even cost you a promotion at work (or help foster it).
As we’ve heard many times, discipline will set us free.
- Maintaining a well-arranged closet; crafting an intelligent and functional wardrobe.
- Polishing silver, unless you’re a fan of the unpolished look.
- Organizing a logical (and sweetly perfumed) linen closet.
- Having cooking staples ever present in the kitchen and the freezer, so there is always something on hand to throw together a quick meal.
- Creating a clutter-free living room with pretty, comfortable furniture—all so simple, and yet without these small but continuous efforts, our lives would slide into disarray.
Being a good businesswoman means putting on your cape (whether it’s a power suit, a leather jacket, or a lab coat) every day to command every room’s attention and respect.
A boardroom of some sort. Any call from a meeting. Without remorse or fear, it means attracting and enjoying abundance. It means really owning your talent, trust, resilience, authority, and unwavering self-worth, then inspiring other women to celebrate their own ability in the room as well.
Yes, our schedules are often complicated with obligations and demands that absorb our days and sap our energy. Time is a precious luxury, and saving it can become a priority.
What working women know from experience is that we can design our own lifestyles and create pleasing and pleasurable environments and experiences. Organization is key. Discipline is necessary.
“If I didn’t keep everything in order, I could never enjoy my life. I have to be disciplined, otherwise I would have no time for myself. I would have no time to sit here and drink a glass of wine and chat with you.”Tweet
What about the way we present ourselves to the world?
We can be stylish and confident in ways that manifest our personalities and our intentions, is never in direct correlation to our age, the amount of clothes we own, or how much they cost, but rather about how carefully and thoughtfully we choose items that are perfectly flattering for us.
A significant aspect of skin care is moisturizing and cleaning. Too much care is not a good thing will result in redness, inflammation, dryness, and irritated breakouts, such as over-exfoliating your skin with several acids and/or mechanical beads.
When we overuse or mix products with too many skin-care, which can exacerbate their skin.
Alternating them is a great solution if you want to get the most out of multiple skin products. Maybe use Retin one night and use glycolic acid the next night. Without jeopardizing your beauty and your budget, this technique will give you the benefits as you will waste your precious goods and literally see them go down the drain. Even if you layer things for hydration purposes, then on the weekends, try a hydrating mask or hydrating mist.
Although it might not sound as if it really matters, because you apply your goods two (and sometimes three times a day it can save you a lot of time, money, and irritation to ensure that they are done in the correct way. You should also recognize the order in which you apply your products, from the thinnest to the thickest consistency, ranging from serums, oils and moisturizers, and finishing with an SPF > 30 during the daytime.
It’s not that we have little time, but more that we waste a good deal of it.Seneca
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