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You’re currently in a relationship that causes you to question why men were even created. You’ve rocked the same predictable style since high school or college; and the plans you had for your life have become mere dreams that only seem attainable when you glance through your old paperback journal.

Bored, frustrated, irritated, and unfulfilled, are words that can describe this thing you call your life at the moment. You definitely know it’s time for a change. Just as you may need to update your look, it may be time to change other parts of your life as well. Reinventing yourself may not be easy but is definitely necessary in creating the life you want and becoming your most fabulous self.

Whether going through a drastic change or simply feeling as if you’re not living to your fullest potential, the process of reinventing yourself is a major factor in positive change. Just like some of our favorite products, who every few years change their appearance or marketing strategy to remain competitive and fresh, the same should apply as we go through transitional phases in our lives.

Reinventing yourself doesn’t mean you become a totally different character that’s unrecognizable to those who know you, or even to yourself; it only means that you’re re-evaluating (and changing) the things in your life that could be better and letting go of the negative things that are in your way.

The relationship you’re in may have been fulfilling a year ago when you and your man first met, but now it’s weighing heavily on your life causing more strain than satisfaction. The signature hairstyle you loved so much may have been your ‘thing’ in college, but now it’s making you feel more like a school girl than a grown woman. Or most importantly, what you expected your life to be when you were only young enough to dream has become a mere ‘what-if’. Well, the good thing is as long as you’re alive you can reinvent yourself to create the ‘You’ that fulfills your vision. Let’s call it the ‘You Make-Over’. So where do you begin?

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