Sarah Neely

Love Your'self More

Sarah Neely
Love Your'self More

It's the middle of January and it feels like spring. With the weather changing and we are about to have a new president in office, it's like what's new about to change?  From seeing an inspiring black family in the White House to seeing the First Lady the most fashionable person to ever grace any presidency the Obama's will be missed.   With change it can be either good or bad.  You can either be positive or negative; the choice is totally up to you. I learned throughout my 30's to always think positively through any change or situation. I learned to only put energy into things within your control so no I'm not worried about the changes the new president makes because my God stands high and what's for me will be for me and the same for each of you. 

These past few weeks have been tough with no means of transportation but when I say I have the most supportive people in my corner.  I was still able to get work get my daughter to school and also work on my business goals. Yes it was frustrating in the beginning and started worrying but my friend teaches me to pray and let go. I can say it works and I mean it works. I will and cannot let any setbacks hold me back from what God blessed me with and that's helping people find their true confidence through fashion. I don't mean just feeling good on the outside but feeling good on the inside as well. When you feel good about yourself on the inside, the clothes just look better on the outside. It helps you build confidence, walk with confidence and think with confidence. This is your year ladies and gentleman and I'm here to help you jumpstart it. Let's speak positivity in your life every morning you wake up. Stand in that mirror butt naked and say 10 positive things about yourself and say it with confidence. Do it every day and increase the number of positive words once you get comfortable with 10. This will help build up your self esteem. We are no longer holding on to negativity anymore. We are not going to hold on to any verbal or physical abuse you may have encountered. Anyone who ever made you feel not worthy, anyone who ever made you feel less then who you are, anyone who ever said you couldn’t do something or be someone. The people who hurt you or you may have hurt. We are no longer holding on to that. It's hindering us from being our best selves. The change starts today and with you. We are taking back our true identity and becoming the person God has blessed us to be. We are opening up and facing our Naked Truth. Ladies and gentleman it’s time to be free.

Photograph by Divian Conner

Photograph by Divian Conner

Photograph by Divian Conner

Photograph by Divian Conner

Photograph by Divian Conner

TOP:  (Old, Forever 21)

SKIRT:  (Old, River Island)

JACKET:  (Thrift Store)

SHOES:  (Tony Bianco)

BAG:  (Old,  Lulu’s)