And I thought I was just having hair cut…

 

Pamela Anderson — remember her? — did you know that she cut her hair short late last year.

After my last blog post a friend came back to me with a reference to Pamela and short hair… I failed to see any connection… try Goggling he said…so I did!

 

Don't you just love Mr Goggle

 

Pamela Anderson —now she is not known for her hair girls… I believe it was her ample curves, her spectacular relationships and  certain ‘infamous tapes’.

She made the decision at 46 years of age ( yes I know, I know I can give her 20 years) to go for a short hair cut .

The article I tapped into was http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-2585262/My-sons-know-sex-tape-Pamela-Anderson-talks-modern-parenting-new-pixie-cut-boosted-sex-life.html#ixzz2we3VEk6H . The photos are from this article.

 

Pamela Anderson confident long or short hair

 

She shared how her ‘pixie haircut has helped kick-start her current sex life’. First she felt like a Q-tip which for me translates into a ‘matchstick with the wood scraped off’…it felt weird ‘having sex’ with short hair then she felt powerful.

Uummmm.. is that food for thought?

The next article I slip over to http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-2585262/My-sons-know-sex-tape-Pamela-Anderson-talks-modern-parenting-new-pixie-cut-boosted-sex-life.html#ixzz2we47fmI2

And I see her in an almost 50′s style go back to basics in a classic white full-skirted dress. To quote ‘the cinched waist is super flattering along with  nude heels and minimal accessories for maximum impact.’

Goodness me almost Audrey Hepburn…oohh Ok… not quite!

Back to the topic…How I  look… now and then

 

Di long and short confident smiling

 

Where does that leave me??? Oh yes…I thought I had simply had a haircut…   did it make a difference in my love life…. perhaps this is not the platform for that discussion…. girls you will make me blush!!!

It did get me thinking. It is all about change, I have been de-cluttering, I have been creating space for the new.. and changes are happening…

Am I a Pamela Anderson look alike? In my dreams…

It gets back to who we are.. what makes us happy…what makes us feel good? It is not all about the exterior… what is on the inside is reflected out.

The question is not about the hair… it is about what makes you happy, confident and sensual. What is the switch you can flip to be the fantastic woman you wish to be? Or are you are already…

 

Hot or not it is all about you

 

My inner reflections continue daily, I love being the mature woman I am, my self deprecating humour creates openings for other women to respond to me and I enjoy it.

The feedback I receive is heart warming.. words like’ what you have written resonates beautifully for me’, ‘keep inspiring women and helping them to be all they can be, whatever their age’, you have taken resilience and molded it into a positively radiant force that is truly inspirational’, ‘what a wonderful sharing of your ‘emotionally literate’ compilations of thoughts, life lessons and your journey’

A number of women in their 40′s have responded saying ‘I am not 50 yet but what you say resonates with me’... what a privilege to hear those words.

Is it about the hair? Nooooooooooooooooooooooo… … it is about what makes you happy, confident and sensual in your life. For me it is a part of my journey of being open, stepping into a new life and sharing my experiences.

I asked in my last post… do you tip toe, walk or jump into life? It does not matter just do it!

 

Confidence....Did you tiptoe, step or jump 2

 

Shall I keep the new hair style? … I think I might after these words… ‘You new hair cut is a head turner for all the right reasons. You look savvy and beautiful in those photos and I think you should keep the new look, you do look amazing!’

Go Pamela Anderson, do it your way… Go Di, do it yours… I have so much life to live…I love the woman I am today… warts and all.

 

Be you you are fabulous...confidnet and sensual

 

Life is exquisitely beautiful… we all experience incredible triumphs and challenges, fabulous wins and infamous slips.

I would love to hear what changes you have made in life and how they triggered a response elsewhere?

 

Warm regards Di…and what …you are asking… does this woman do?

I am passionate about mature women having the confidence and personal presentation to support their life choices.

Do you feel, look and speak with confidence? If not…my skill lies in developing your style… your mind and body… so you can shine and be your best… in your business..

If that is not happening for you…let me help you…or call for a chat and tell me about yourself…

Would you like to know more?

Slip over to  http://diriddell.com/confidence-coaching-2/

Or Facebook http://facebook.com/confidencebeyond50

Or Pinterest : http://www.pinterest.com/dimr47/

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2 comments to And I thought I was just having hair cut…

  • Helen  says:

    Hello Di
    Your haircut is just awesome and it makes you look so much more beautiful. I recently cut my hair down to my shoulders and is still considering cutting it short like yours. Years ago my hair was down to my to bottom cheeks!! however it got cut shorter. Feel it is time to de clutter more in my life – hair is next!! Reading your blog input makes it easier to make the move. Take care and have an awesome Sunday! Greetings from the Gold Coast, Australia

    • Di  says:

      Hello Helen,

      Thank you for your beautiful words… all compliments accepted graciously.

      How well I remember when I had mine cut my husband…a mild mannered man was FURIOUS with me… and I did upto the shoulders, then a bit higher then short and he was still upset…I think he had it tied in with ‘the loss of my youth’. I don’t recall it was attached to de-cluttering in those days I can’t remember. I didn’t de-clutter then.

      However today it is all part of my journey. I am thrilled my blog makes a difference. Cheers from the Sunnie Coast.

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