Gamine – the Bold Beauty

Some women are strong, spunky and secure in their opinions. The Gamine clothing personality is average to short in stature,  but she is not fragile: not in build, and not in personality.  She is like a Cala Lily: strong, sturdy and full of color and variety. The trumpet-shaped flower can endure almost any condition, in … Continue reading Gamine – the Bold Beauty

Gamine

Characteristics: Often uninterested in beauty tips.Fun, energetic, enthusiastic. Bold, bouncy, snappy, spunky charmer; usually well respected. The Bold Beauty (bold, spunky, fun) Gamine’s Motto: Do it, and forget it Wardrobe:  petite, sporty, bouncy, fun Hair: snappy, bouncy Priority: comfort, color, texture Focus on: bold contrasting colors; be sure to wear at least 3 colors every day. … Continue reading Gamine

Spunky Gamine Girl

  The Gamine is a strong, spunky woman who is short in stature, but not necessarily petite. She may be stocky or slender, but she is never fragile: not in build, and not in personality. She is a fun, animated gal who is typically unconcerned with other people’s opinions of her. She may be small in … Continue reading Spunky Gamine Girl

The Best Solution to Discrimination

Racial discrimination is a serious problem, but prejudice isn’t limited to color or culture. People always “judge a book by its cover,” this is a fact of life. If we are honest, we all make visual assessments and prideful assumptions based on personal experiences and preferences all the time. We choose our communities, caretakers or … Continue reading The Best Solution to Discrimination

Discover Personal Branding–Like Susan Boyle

More than 4,500 athletes, the Queen of England and 40,000 fans will all gather for tonight’s opening ceremony of the 20th Commonwealth Games in Glasgow city’s Celtic Park where Britain’s Got Talent‘s Susan Boyle will be one of the performers. NOTE: this blog originally posted July 23, 2014 Remember when Susan’s audition shocked the world … Continue reading Discover Personal Branding–Like Susan Boyle

3 Tips for Handling Stay at Home Stress

When I’m stressed,  I shut down and shut up. The term tongue-tied may mean one thing to you, but to me, it is a perfect metaphor for how I feel when I am hurting. Even when I want to talk, the words are held captive. It doesn’t matter how quiet I am, however, my body language … Continue reading 3 Tips for Handling Stay at Home Stress

The Secret to Being Confident 

I suppose there will always be times in life when our confidence is under attack (especially when is your main ministry topic), but I feel like I’m “under gun” in every direction right now. With the challenges that lie before me, I have become aware of one common denominator that seems to be the secret … Continue reading The Secret to Being Confident 

Three Tips for Helping Children with Stress

When I was a little girl, if I was stressed, I hid.  I remember the day my  mom and aunt were making me dresses for kindergarten. All the changing and posing so they could measure and pin had me overwhelmed. I didn’t complain though; I was a “good little girl.” Instead, the first chance I got, I … Continue reading Three Tips for Helping Children with Stress

Do You Have a Laid-back, Casual Kid?

Some children are very calm, cool and collected. Every two-year-old has their tantrums, but some kids are less concerned about getting their way. Casual children are laidback and tend to go with the flow. It may seem, at times, that they simply don’t care but in reality, the Natural Clothing Personality has a gift for … Continue reading Do You Have a Laid-back, Casual Kid?

Is your Child Charming and Compassionate?

Some children are very sensitive about what others feel. Kids don’t always notice what is going on around them.They are usually too busy playing or dreaming to recognize what someone else may be thinking. Some children, however, are hyper-sensitive to the body language and voice fluctuations of those around them.  Typically, the Glamorous Clothing Personality … Continue reading Is your Child Charming and Compassionate?