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How To Keep Your "Hot Girl Summer" Mentality Alive Through The Rest Of The Year

When you're wearing clothes that make you feel confident all the time, hot girl energy will come to you.

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Having a "Hot Girl Summer" is one of the biggest trends on social media recently. But I was thinking, why is it only a hot girl summer? Why not a hot girl year? Below are some tips that'll keep your confidence booming and your hot girl energy high.

Exercise Regularly

https://www.beaumont.org/health-wellness/blogs/walking-or-running-which-exercise-is-best-for-you

Inevitably, exercising is one way to help you look better. But, exercising regularly releases endorphins and other good chemicals that make you feel better. When you're in a good mental state and are happy, you will be more confident and be the hot girl of your dreams!

Do Things That Make You Happy

https://weheartit.com/articles/331119119-20-reasons-to-be-happy

You've been having the time of your life this summer, right? Who says that you can't have the time of your life in any other season! Keep doing things that make you happy and you'll stay happy – it's common sense. When you're doing things that make you happy, you'll feel more confident and keep that hot girl mentality up!

Wear Clothes You Want To Wear

https://fashionista.com/2018/09/milan-fashion-week-spring-2019-trends

Fashion is a surefire way to express yourself. Whether you want to wear that tube top to class or sweats to a bar, when you're comfortable, you're confident. When you're wearing clothes that make you feel confident all the time, hot girl energy will come to you.

Buy That Shampoo!

https://www.harpersbazaar.com/beauty/hair/g8776/organic-natural-shampoo/

Life is too short to have frizzy hair. Girl, BUY THAT SHAMPOO! If you're anything like me, I'm very insecure about how my hair looks constantly. If you take the time to take care of your hair, it will help you take care of your hot girl self.

Surround Yourself With Good People

https://www.istockphoto.com/photos/group-of-friends?assettype=image&sort=mostpopular&mediatype=photography&phrase=group%20of%20friends

Surround yourself with some good people (or other "hot girls") to keep your confidence and spirits high! Having a good support system of people around you will not only boost your confidence but it will make you feel better. What's better than having a bunch of people around you that only want you to succeed?

Though these tips might not seem like the most conventional to a hot girl lifestyle, I believe that these can empower anyone to have the best year of their lives.

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