When I was a child, I remember wearing a baggy sweater and a bag, and then having to get dressed in a bag for school.
Now I wear jeans and a button-down shirt, and I don’t even bother with a sweater.
That’s because it’s easier to wear a button down shirt and be confident in your body.
When I think of a shirt, I think “good for you,” and when I think about a pair of jeans, I imagine them as a pair that I can wear to work or school.
And if I can find a pair, I wear them.
When it comes to the kind of jewelry I wear, I’m constantly learning.
So it’s easy for me to look for the right piece when I’m in the mood.
I’ve always had a preference for jewelry that is made with copper.
I wear it on my wrist, and it’s on my finger.
When a copper ring comes on, I look at it like, “Is this what I want?”
If it’s not, I know I can buy another one, or find one that I love.
When there’s a gold or platinum or emerald on the other side, I go, “That’s fine.”
But if it’s made of other metals, I don