Looking good

People change. Memories do, too.
The greatest challenge in life
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Being well groomed is one thing. Dressing for the occasion is another.

But so many people spend so much time hiding their natural beauty with gimmicks and add-ons that they end up looking like everyone else doing the same exact thing.

Want to look good? Exercise. Eat better. Hydrate. Take care of your teeth. And be someone’s reason to smile.

I can almost guarantee that those things will do more to make you not only feel better and give you more energy, but will also keep you feeling better and more attractive far longer than any temporary solution that wears out or washes off.

The things that make you beautiful are a part of you and not an add-on. Especially those things that make you unique.


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People change. Memories do, too.
The greatest challenge in life
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