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Maybe you should go blonde! Have you ever thought of it? It’s a big change, but if ever you don’t like it you can just go back to brown with another visit at the hair salon! It’s easier than making hair grow back quickly.
Look at number 3 on this list of summer hairstyles… Isn’t she gorgeous?
I don’t really think there is more to ‘gain’ whichever class she joins. They all have their good points. They all have degrees of difficulty.
I tend to agree with the previous comment that Marissa made about passion. I think that’s important. Think about it for a second… Let’s say you have always wanted to travel the world and you had a couple of job opportunities. One is to become an air hostess and the other is to work in a government office. While the government job may be more stable, can you see yourself doing it? Wouldn’t you want to travel the world? What if your parents made you take the government job instead?
Okay, that might have veered a little off-topic. *grins* But the logic is still applicable. I don’t think it matters what type of dance your daughter wants to learn, so you should just go with what she wants.
For your first day of work, it’s better to be overdressed than underdressed. Nobody is going to judge you if you dressed up in a full blazer and suit, but there could be some raised eyebrows if you wear a t-shirt, shorts, and sandals. I’m not saying all workplaces are that strict, but given your description, I think I would err on the side of caution and simply wear a suit.
You have other things to worry about on your first day than feel self-conscious about how you look. If you wear a suit, you’re going to feel more confident and self-assured. Even if you’re severely overdressed, you can just laugh it off and this could be a nice icebreaker with your new colleagues.
Here’s a really good blog post about to what to wear on your first day of work.
Oh Japan! That sounds so fun for you! Which part of Japan are you going to? I’m assuming Tokyo, right?