Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is

Over the past couple days I’ve been told that it has been stated that

  1. I look gay because my clothes are too big;
  2. I should lock my hair; and
  3. I need to wear make up.

Not that I need to explain anything to anybody, but

  1. My clothes are too big because I lost weight and my finances do not allow for a new wardrobe;
  2. I like my hair twisted.  Once my cash starts to flow consistently, it will be refreshed every two weeks instead of every three weeks; and
  3. I will add a little color when I’m going out, but I refuse to become a slave to make-up.  And, it takes a lot of extra time to do stuff.  Ugh!

While I understand that there are things that I need to do as I grow in my billionaire purpose; I think some things are way extreme.  Maybe they’re not.  I don’t know.

All I know is that I am a simple person with big dreams on a big mission.   I do realize that presentation is everything, and I dress appropriately for all occasions.  At least I think I do.  But do I really have to give up my gym shoes when I go out to make runs?  I try to be decent when I leave the house because you just never know what will happen at any time.

Also, I was told to dress a certain way when I’m out trying to get my workout on.  For real???  I mean, what’s the point of trying to be cute when working out? I’m not a total ragamuffin, but I’m not Janet Jackson either.

Anyway, I said all of that to say: with all of the “advice” and observations that were shared, I wonder if the messengers are willing to put their money where their mouths are?

I mean, I did request assistance for new clothes.  My hair…well, I’ll continue on a three week plan until my cash flows consistently. As for make-up, I’m not willing to dish out more than $10 apiece on I may need.  I heard my friends talking about MAC makeup. Yeah, I can see that NOT happening.

Well, that’s all I wanted to share. I am aware that I do need a make over, but I’m just wondering, like I said earlier, if those that had something to say are willing to contribute.