Put your hand up if you like to
look good! Of course, everyone
does! Everyone has their own
style, their own look and most
importantly everyone’s bank
account looks at them differently.
A lot of us get upset, sometimes depressed,
because we can’t afford the “cool” things
everyone else has. If you’re a businessman
or businesswoman, stay-at-home parent,
current or graduated student, you know
how important it is to hold on to every coin
you have in your wallet.
I’m writing to help you understand you
don’t need to spend hundreds and thousands to look expensive.
We’ve all been on Facebook, Instagram,
Snapchat – you name it – and seen a good
outfit that has captured our attention and
thought to our-
selves, “I want
to recreate that
same look.” I
don’t know how
I’ve done that.
When I actually
think about it,
seen you on
Facebook or TV
and thought I
want your outfit.
But let’s not get
on our outward
appearance only. We live in a world that fo-
cuses on the outer appearance and we forget
about our inward beauty. You can try all
you want to dress yourself up in expensive
clothing, but that will never replace
how you feel inside.
When God spoke to Samuel in 1
Samuel 16: 7, He told him not to look at
David’s appearance but instead to look
at his heart. So don’t forget about your
inward beauty too!
Now, back to the point of recreating a
style you may see someone wearing. A
lot of the time that is where creativity
starts from, and even if you’re not able
to afford the exact same things, that’s
okay. Here are a couple “S” words to
help you out.
You can try all
you want to
up in expensive
that will never
replace how you