It's The Little Things That Count.


Hey everyone, Hope you all had a enjoyable bank holiday weekend? During today's blog I would like to touch upon a slightly different subject. As my disability tends to be a focal subject of most of my blogs, I'd like to take the opportunity to talk about how I take care of myself and what makes me feel good, bar keeping fit.  For me personally it can be something quite simple such as wearing nice clothes, taking care of my skin, a little bit of pampering from time and even wearing nice jewellery. It doesn't need to be expensive or extravagant but just enough to make me feel my best and give me that feel good factor.  Here are some of the clothing brands that I love to wear and recommend; Liquor N Poker , Farther Sons , Good for Nothing , Sinners Attire , Sik silk, I personally find these brands good value for money, great quality, fashion forward and Most importantly they fit me well, as I sometimes find it hard to find clothes that fit my physic perfectly. It can often be a case of fitting well on the top half and poorly on the bottom half, especially trousers I find that my legs are often too big to get into high street branded jeans. I personally find that high street stores such as Zara and river island really do-not cater for the more muscular physic, because of this shopping can become quite a stressful task. The brands I've mentioned above seem to fit me just πŸ‘ŒπŸ» so these are definitely my go to for quality, fit, style and price.  When it comes down to male beauty products and aftershaves I tend to opt for Bulldog Skincare  , Evo Haircare  and Chanel Aftershave. I really rate the bulldog moisturiser, it smooth and has a great "manly" scent 😝 which somehow makes me feel more comfortable in applying moisturiser.  I do like to wear the odd bit of jewellery, especially watches, they are definitely my guilty pleasure. I recently got my hands on a Swole O Clock , which I have to say is a very impressive piece of wrist wear. I also have a couple of Michael Kors watches, which I would definitely rate for quality and longevity.  I'm the first to admit that I am into taking care of myself and make it a priority. Some people like to treat themselves to a takeaway or piece of cake I like to have regular haircuts, massages, thread my brows and have regular waxing treatments, which I must say is great if you train regularly. I personally think that a persons appearance says a lot about how they portray themselves, it shows a level of self respect. There is no shame in my game 😝 and love looking and feeling good and why not. After all there is no better investment than in yourself. Especially in today's day and age, I think it is more acceptable for a male to invest more time in their appearance.  When you live with a disability visible or invisible to me it's the feel and good look factor that gives you confidence.  I would like to finish with the quote:

I say, dress to impress yourself. Listen to your inner muse and take a chance. Wear something that says "Here I am!" today. 

I hope you enjoyed the blog. Please feel free to leave your comments. 

James Sutliff