How I look is important to me. I recognize that my appearance is what people see first when they look at me. Of more value, though, is what I see in the mirror. My appearance matters to me.
When I spend less time on my appearance, I experience less pride in myself. There is a connection between my physical appearance and my internal psyche.
How I view my physical self is intimately connected to how I view my internal self.
A relevant aspect of my physical appearance is the time I take to look attractive. Although life takes over sometimes, I consistently make every effort to care for my appearance. I recognize that tending to my grooming is a positive daily practice.
Just like brushing my hair and washing my face, the condition of my body and the clothing I wear matter. Making the effort to tone my body keeps me healthy and feeling proud of myself. Investing time to select clothing that enhances my appearance increases feelings of self-worth.
I want to live my life with dignity and self-respect. So I take pride in my appearance. I want to feel “presentable” not only to others but to myself first.
Today, I renew my vow to make consistent efforts to keep my appearance fresh and attractive. I allow time to take care of myself because I enjoy feeling pride in my appearance.
- Is my physical appearance important to me?
- Do I keep my body toned and select clothing that enhances my appearance? If not, what can I do about that?
- How can I ensure that I take pride in my personal appearance?