Life can be tough and overbearing at times. Adults have work, bills, relationships and most times another persons schedule (being their children) to juggle. While teens and young adults have homework, essays, studying, sports and also relationships to juggle. All of these things constantly being processed by your brain all at once on a daily basis can and will take a toll on your overall attitude and outlook of how you see yourself and the world around you.
If you don't posses the effective time management skills, you'll feel constantly bogged down. This is something we can all relate to. In these common cases, you don't dress your best simply because you don't feel your best. I also understand that some work at home, so you may not have the motivation to put in that extra effort to look your best because you don't have to go out. Who's gonna notice that you've been wearing the same sweatpants for three days in a row? No one but yourself, right? This isn't acceptable and in this article I’ll tell you why it isn't acceptable, on top of the benefits of always dressing your best.
When you dress up, your confidence, energy, mood and self image instantly increase, right along side with the clothes on your body. People usually have a set of regular clothes and another set of clothes put aside for special occasions. Forget the regular clothes! Who wants to be regular? Now I’m not saying toss out 2/3 of your closet…lets be rational human beings here. But, if you really think about it, those clothes you have set aside for special occasions are as good as trash unless you have an active lifestyle, a job that requires you to dress nicely or a significant other to dress up for. Not everyone has the luxury of those things, so their "nice" clothes just sit and collect dust in the far side of their closet. If you're one of those people, take this advice seriously. Always dress as if you're going to a special event, because you never know who you may come across when out in public. The world is a big place with new events and people to meet, so don’t you want to be at your best?