“We look into mirrors,” wrote Pearl Bailey, “but we only see the effects of our times on us – not our effects on others.”
When you study your own reflection, how well do you really know that person who’s looking back at you? Is she someone whose value is forever being held up for scrutiny and comparison to others? Are there dreams she plays close to her chest, as reluctant to divulge as she is to pursue? Is she someone you’d like to get to know better but haven’t a clue as to where you should start?
Authors Courtney Frey and Jen Kelchner just may have the answer to starting your own journey of discovery in their new release, How to Look Good Naked: Exposing Yourself to the Real You.
Interviewer: Christina Hamlett
Q: Let’s start with your respective backgrounds and what drives your passion.
Jen: I worked with…
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