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8.04.2020

4 Steps to Self Empowerment



Hi everyone,

Happy Tuesday! I needed all the confidence in the world to pull off that overly distressed denim until I decided to do the look over with those black classy pants. Unfortunately, I felt more confident in the jeans. I love how they fit but I am not sure I should keep them. Anyway, today I wanted to talk about self-empowerment. The general meaning of Self-empowerment is taking control of our own life, setting goals, and making positive choices. Basically it means that we have to understand our strengths and weaknesses, and have belief in ourselves. To become more-self empowered, use this four-step process:

  • Know Yourself: understand your motivations, and your strengths and weaknesses.
  • Identify Your Goals: identify the aspects of your life that are the most important to you, and where you can create meaningful change.
  • Develop Your Competencies: focus on the skills or qualities that will allow you to reach your goals.
  • Claim Your Space: take your first few steps! Then review and reflect on your achievements so far, and adjust your approach if necessary. If it's appropriate, seek feedback from the people around you to ensure that you stay on track.







So do you ever feel that you have no control over your life and work? If so, you need to focus on yourself and find your way to self empowerment and happiness. I hope those tips will somehow help you. Stay positive.

Outfit Details
Top & oversized Blazer @Glamur (similar top, similar blazer) | 
Distressed mom jeans @Lilophia (similar)| Handbag Zac Posen (same in black)
Shoes NW (similar) | Sunglasses (similar)

"No one can make you feel inferior without your consent."Eleanor Roosevelt


Thanks for stopping by.


XoXo,


Moumous

Linking up with those wonderful ladies here

*I will be posting video on my IGTV @lamoumous styling the oversized blazer and distressed denim different ways. Stay tune.

12 comments:

  1. Loving that quote "No one can make you feel inferior without your consent."– Eleanor Roosevelt and so true.
    This jeans is too distressed for my liking but Moumouss, you do manage to make it look elegant and class.

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    1. lol- It's a love and hate relationship - hate it and surprised that I felt so good wearing it lmao

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  2. You look amazing in both! I think as we get older we usually start knowing ourselves better and become more confident.
    www.chezmireillefashiontravelmom.com

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    1. Indeed Mireille- aging do help boosting confidence.

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  3. Great looks. My fav is the casual version.

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    1. lol - me too - although I'm not a fan of the distressed jeans.

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  4. Great tips and what a fun pink blazer - love it with the distressed denim!

    Thank you for joining the #weekdaywearlinkup!

    Hope that you had a lovely weekend :)

    Away From Blue

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  5. These are great tips, definitely important things to keep in mind! I also love that pink blazer!

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  6. Great tips, Moumous! I will always and forever love super distressed jeans paired with a blazer and heels. It is one of my favorite combinations ever! You look fabulous. Thanks for sharing this inspiring post and linking up with me.

    Shelbee
    www.shelbeeontheedge.com

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    1. Thank you Shelbee - the combo is a little bit out of my comfort zone - I am not a fan of distressed jeans but I am glad I decided to give it a "go" - did not return the jeans lmao

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