Easily Convinced

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A few weeks ago I posted a photo of me trying on a hat on Instagram. Even though I really liked it, I didn't end up buying it - which is pretty much the standard procedure for me. I have owned several hats before (they didn't make the cut for the move), but I always felt like I was wearing a bird when I had them on. I love seeing others rocking a hat - which is why I keep trying them on myself - but it made me feel self-conscious when I tried to do the same, despite having a so-called "hat face" (or so I've heard).

But with a little help from a bunch of enablers on Instagram, I went back for the hat and am happy that I did. Most of the time with situations like this, it's all in our head... or on our head ;-) The trick to make it work? Just go for it! With or without enablers.