I read somewhere a long time ago that you should always try to be a beginner with a beginner's mindset because in the expert's mind there are few possibilities while in the beginner's mind the possibilities are endless.
We often get comfortable in life and comfort feels good. It becomes easy - whether it's a job, the food you make, the places you vacation...or the drapes you do 😊
But staying in your comfort zone is a sure fire way to limit your potential. One of our most important needs as human beings (once the basics of food/water/shelter are met) is growth. And you grow by trying new unfamiliar things.
All of this to say- here's a new drape I've been practicing ☺️ It's called the Kandyan drape (from Kandy, Sri Lanka) and I have yet to master it. Those frills should be frill-ier and the front should be less poofy. If you've tried this drape and have pointers, I'm all ears!
Here's to always trying new things even at the expense of not doing it perfectly! Wishing you all an amazing week ❤️