Besides my bold lip color and neckline, this post is sharing some of my
boldest, bravest decisions this past
year. I was inspired to write this post after watching a TED video by Reshma
Saujani, “Teach girls bravery, not perfection”. Reshma Saujani shares her
journey of running in the New York City congressional race and calls women and
girls to be brave, not to be perfect. Too often, we feel like we have to show the world that we’re
doing well in every aspects of our lives. When in reality we’re
balancing competing priorities, experience career changes, and working on our
relationships with our families and friends.
As a style blogger, I feel I
have a platform to give you fashion ideas. As
a woman, I feel I have a platform to share my experiences of bravery and
boldness. These experiences are times when I’ve felt vulnerable and insecure.It’s also these experiences that have helped
me grow this past year.