here were some of the things i noticed about DC:
1. everyone exercised. whether it was running/bicycling/skating, people were out and moving. the only people who were out of shape were the tourists.
2. everyone walked with purpose. how do people manage to look so busy every second of the day? it was intense.
3. everyone was dressed for success. men and women alike. whether you were on the subway or in the streets. the social ladder was almost tangible. you could taste people's desire for success. this was reflected in their actions and appearance.
which brings up the idea, to play the part, you must look the part. the streets of DC were filled with professional looking people. they dressed well. they were stylish but not too trendy. their clothes were tailored. their hair was groomed.
if there is a job or promotion you are looking to get, do you project the ability to handle it? does your appearance reflect who you are?
think about the person you want to reflect to others and make sure you are presenting that person to the world. dress the part.
ps. of course i'm including a few shots of the trip. it was fun, amazing, and worth it. i love my family.
|outside the White House|
|everyday we'd take 20 minutes to relax on the Mall.|
|loved visiting the Lincoln Memorial at night. it was beautiful.|
|the Capital Building|
|the DC Temple|