Monitor carefully the time you spend on image control.
We all thank you for taking the time to comb your hair, brush your teeth and “fix up” before leaving the house. But there comes a time that worrying about your appearance crosses over into something unhealthy.
These are just a couple of examples; the real issue is something far deeper.
Putting your best foot forward is one thing but choosing the direction of your life because of other people’s opinion of you is another.
Whether it is Facebook or a face lift, there comes a time that you determine to be at peace with the real you and if people don’t like the real you, that’s their problem.
Be the best “real” you that you can be. Be the most godly “real” you that you can be.
But the ONE THING for today is this: Be you and let the rest of us just have to deal with it.