Wishing you a fabulous start to the new month, wishing you all great health, new opportunities if you choose, new goals to be achieved – large or small – and always stay in gratitude for life no matter any obstacles or challenges you may encounter. Keep pushing forward!
Also, think about donating to local charities (go to sites like Charity Navigator to make sure the money or supplies get to those who need it – do your own research) to help those in Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands, Mexico, Houston and other places needing help right now.
Shows this month are
Oct. 6 Private Event Palm Springs, CA
Oct.21 Famously Hot South Carolina Pride
Oct.28 Genesee Theatre, Waukegan, Illinois with Debbie Gibson and Lisa Lisa
Good morning (afternoon) Happy National Coffee Day. This is me a couple of years ago in Brazil enjoying a Brazilian coffee – these days I enjoy a hot cup in the morning with cashew or almond milk – no sugar. I also love green tea.
Have a great weekend and thanks for visiting my website and blog.
Society gets people so messed up in many ways, especially now with the flip side of the positives that can come from social media and the media in general.
Not that I’m a shamen in any way – but sometimes it’s good to know we can all in some way potentially inspire another human being in a positive way. Don’t compare yourself to anyone- love yourself. Many will doubt you – just don’t let the doubter be “you” and don’t try to live someone else’s life.
This is what I shared on my platforms today.
“Be who you are- but know that it will change as you grow through life, don’t be afraid of that – your essence should always remain though no matter the changes of styles, age, and era.I always see “me” – always see “you” –No matter what your profession there will always be forces to try to move you away from you – hold on to yourself.” – Jody Watley – Wattage ⚡️
Image via Instagram/jodywatleystyle and Jody Watley.
1993 A modern day Mona Lisa – Exclusively from Jody Watley’s archives – An unpublished Polaroid of Jody Watley taken for US Weekly photographed by Jon Ragel, hair by Jody Watley, make up by Collier Strong, styling by Jody Watley and Jeannine Braden. @jodywatley @usweekly @jonragel @collierstrong @jeanninebradenla
“Don’t judge each day by the harvest you reap, but the seeds you plant.”
Photography and Classic Jody Watley Image :
1989 Jody Watley wears Norma Kamali, Bill Mio swimsuit – photography by Victoria Pearson Cameron, styling by Jody Watley, hair by James Gibson, make up by Paul Starr. Reposting image via jodywatleystyle/Instagram- a must follow curated page devoted to my style and influence. Eternally grateful for those who support and appreciate my work – music and style through the years and ongoing!