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When I used to go to the gym more regularly, (I’m getting back on the wagon now, but that’s a story for another day), I’d always feel compelled to apply foundation, bronzer and a brow. Until recently, I never realized how uncomfortable I still felt in my own skin. —————————————————————
When I initially partnered with Olay, I was excited to work with the brand, use the products and walk the runway with a host of phenomenal women. But I didn’t realize how invested I would become in the self-care aspect of this process and how it would come to transcend skincare alone. —————————————————————
In using the Olay moisturizer and eye cream twice a day every day for the past couple of weeks, I’ve experienced major improvements to my skin -- it’s more evenly toned, smooth, and hydrated– but I’ve also been motivated to remove my extensions and to stop wearing makeup 24/7. I haven’t felt compelled to try to look “perfect.” ————————————————————During NYFW, which is a time when we regularly see many of the most beautiful women in the world, I used to really struggle with my confidence. I wanted to be taller, prettier, skinnier, more exotic looking. But this season, when I perused the runway and saw supermodels and celebrities, I admired their beauty, yes, but I also appreciated my own body – not for the way that it looks or doesn’t look, but for everything that it does for me every single day. @olay #ad #FaceAnything
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New York, New York
One more of this look because it’s time to retire my white boots for a second and because...SUN!!
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New York, New York
You’re not going to master the rest of your life in one day. Just relax. Master the day, and then keep going that every day. #NYFW Day 3 http://liketk.it/2xgo8 #liketkit @liketoknow.it
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New York, New York
Come into alignment with your divine purpose and watch how everything opens up so that you can fulfill it. | #NYFW Day 1 + First Day of School.
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New York, New York
Either you run the day, or the day runs you. @melrobbinslive

A bit about NoteBrooke

NoteBrooke is an inviting space of intimate candor where women can explore an assorted host of entertaining and honesttopics. What began as a hypnotically run, sporadically updated lifestyle blog has evolved into a personal forum operated from a state of God realization.

In being transparent about my long-term struggles with mental health, trauma and self-loathing, I sought to develop a place where I could organize the breadth of resources that have engendered my evolution into a deeply fulfilled, confident soul.

NoteBrooke places an equal emphasis on the physical, mental and spiritual aspects of self-acceptance, exploring how the distinct realms can work harmoniously to aid and empower women.

It took me nearly thirty years to learn how to love myself; after realizing that goal, I decided to create an integrative, unbiasedspace that introduces the outlets, experts, and teachings that I believe will help readers to find fulfillment, as well.