We live in an age where I think it’s tough being a young girl. Our children face so many pressures and with the rise in bullying, keeping a child’s bucket of self-esteem so full that no one can empty is challenging. I never want my girls to look back and think that they were not pretty enough, not smart enough, not worthy or deserving. I want them to exude confidence, regardless of whether or not they are the most popular kid in the hallway!
I struggled with liking myself. It helped me learn empathy. I see others for the beauty they are on the outside and the inside. It’s something we should all strive for, especially when it comes to our daughters.
Right now, I’m loving Reflect Who I am. This company is building girls’ confidence in a unique and fun way–with mirror image shirts. It’s taking advantage of the statistics in the studies that say women check their reflections at least eight times a day and working on changing the fact that 75% of those woman don’t like what they see.
Wouldn’t it be powerful if looking in the mirror reflected a positive image? That our insecurities were erased because we are reminded, “I am Loved”, “I am Fearless”, “I am Unique” and/or “I am Beautiful”? These are the truths we can see when we look in the mirror with a Reflect Who I am shirt.
Reflect Who I Am offers shirts with power messages that reflect back in the mirror in both adult and youth sizes. You’ll discover it’s more than a tee-shirt!
When The Divine Miss opened her shirt, she was mildly interested and that was probably just to humor Mom. She put it on and shrugged. I can understand. The shirt looks like this:
She wasn’t making it into words. She thought it was just a design in colors that she likes.
Miss M said the shirt was very comfortable. I thought it was soft to the touch and the quality looks great!
Then I called her into the bathroom and asked her to look in the mirror.
It is a message every girl should see. It is a message of confidence, beauty and worth. Those are the best gifts I can ever hope to give my daughters.
Julee is a quirky, dorky, North Carolina Transplant with an appetite to taste the world, meets its desserts and blog about them. When she’s not behind the computer you can find her playing with her family, reading a good book and celebrating the little things.
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