Stop being a Mess2 min read

Stop being a Mess2 min read

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“I’m literally a hot mess minus hot”, you probably would have seen this cheesy line written in almost every girl’s Whatsapp status or Instagram bio. So why are you being one?  Instead why not go for becoming “a hot mess minus the mess”;)

Here I bring you 6 tips so that you can feel better about yourself:

  1. Stop wearing your rubber bands on your wrist

What are those pockets in your jeans for? Also, wearing rubber band on your wrist can give you some really serious bacterial infection! (Yes, it is for real!).

  1. Wear clothes according to your body type

There are so many things that one needs to keep in mind while dressing up. The most important of all is your body type. Even if you think that you are not in your best shape, avoid wearing way too baggy clothes.

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  1. Get your shit together 

I guess hot mess is just not all about looking untidy. May be you are going through some problems in your life that is keeping you from looking lady like. Remember hardships come and go; you don’t need to let everyone know about it.

  1. Good company

Surround yourself with people who motivate and love you. There may be some people in your life who  annoy and irritate you all the time and it’s really hard to get rid of such people. But, you have to, in order to feel the positive energy around you.

 

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  1. Don’t sit idle

Get a hobby or maybe do an internship. Sitting idle can give you the feeling of being useless.

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  1. Work for your goal

If you are not where you want to be, then start working for it. Don’t have your dream body? Then join a gym or do you always keep thinking about your dream college? Then do a part time job or an internship to build up your CV/resume.

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The answer to everything is pretty simple. You just have to stop worrying and start working.

By – Mehak Khan, for

Campus Drift

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