HAVE A GREAT WEEK & CHECK FOR THAT STUFF IN YOUR TEETH!

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Real Estate Agent with Chevaux Group, PLLC

HAVE A GREAT WEEK & CHECK FOR THAT STUFF IN YOUR TEETH!

Hose teeth

 

Have you ever felt like you did a great job with a listing appointment and were rocking it completely only to get back in the car and notice that you had something in your teeth?

Have you ever discovered that you were wearing two different earrings, two different socks or shoes?

Have you ever experienced wearing what you thought were two black articles of clothing but got out into the sun and sadly see that the colors don't match?

Toilet paper on the shoe? Bottom of skirt caught in pantyhose? The dreaded little "something" in your nose! So many of life's little embarrassing things!

These are just of the few little details that can make a difference for your professional image. Sadly, I have experienced all of the fashion faux pas myself. It is never a good feeling to realized that you had been parading around all day only to discover to your horror of the imagine disaster!

So how do I combat this malady? Here are THREE easy tips:

1.  Check your outfit BEFORE you leave for the day. Go out into the natural light to expose any goof ball fashion mistakes

2.  Look at your teeth in the mirror to make sure that little piece of pepper or broccoli is not lurking in your pearly whites.

3.  Lay out your clothes the night before including all accessories such as shoes, socks, belts and jewelry.

If you discover that you have experienced a goof ball move, LAUGH IT OFF! No harm done yet can be very embarrassing. The best of friends will always tell you if something is amiss with your outfit.

Life happens so take a minute to avoid these not-so-fun events!  Have a great week and check for that stuff in your teeth!

 

 

Posted by

     Chevaux Group    

"Have you fully lived today?"

   Paula L. McDonald ~ REALTOR®

       Broker ~ The Woodlands, Texas 

 936-203-0279 Direct

Selling The Woodlands real estate and surrounding areas!

Paula@ChevauxGroup.com

 

 

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Rainmaker
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Rob D. Shepherd
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Running around and finding out after the clients left that my pants weren't all zipped up is the bad one.

September 17, 2012 07:11 PM
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Mike Warren
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That's a great reminder for all. Our professional appearance is very important. Thanks! Have a great week.

September 17, 2012 07:43 PM
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Paula McDonald
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Oh Rob, that is anothe good one.  You guys do need to check this one.  I call it the "no fly zone"!

September 17, 2012 08:40 PM
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Kathryn Maguire
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We have all experienced it, the best remedy after the fact is a good laugh.

September 18, 2012 04:00 AM
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Lisa Von Domek
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Good morning Paula,

Even with great planning, sometimes things go awry and you are correct - you have to be able to laugh it off.  Fun photo, but that horse really needs a toothbrush!

September 18, 2012 06:00 AM
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Paula McDonald
CHEVAUX Group ~ The Woodlands, TX 936-203-0279
Chevaux Group, PLLC
Yes it is so Important to keep a smile on your face even through adversity and life's crazy moments. Makes it all easier that way.
September 18, 2012 06:07 AM
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Pippa Mac
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I have oodles of those kind of "wow, I did that" or "said that" moments.  Love your positive attitude Paula!  pippa

September 18, 2012 07:22 AM
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Paula McDonald
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Yep, me too Pippa.  I crack my own self up all of the time.  It was great catching up with you yesterday.  You look great and I am glad that you are getting everything put back together at your house.

September 18, 2012 11:49 AM
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Cathy Bureau
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Oh how cute! I spilled dumpling sauce on me at lunch yesterday making a black spot on my brand new silvery gray blouse. It just looked like another button but I could smell soy sauce and vinegar. What can you do? I made a joke of it to my next appointment... "I brought you some lunch!"  LOL!!

September 18, 2012 06:51 PM
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Tiffany Sniezek
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Okay Paula, which one did you do? I have definitely done my fair share of embarrassing things! What else can you do but laugh it off and keep a positive attitude? :)
September 18, 2012 10:36 PM
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This gave me a nice laugh this morning as we have all been there. I think that is why I am SO HONEST when I see others in this situation. I am the first to say "hey, you have something in your teeth" HA!

September 19, 2012 05:07 AM
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