Video: Meg Haston’s Tips for Being a New Girl

“Some things in life are unavoidable like standardized tests… or Ryan Seacrest.  Or being catapulted into a brand new situation. Whether it’s a new city, new school or new job, eventually we’re all going to have to face being new.” – Meg Haston

How to Rock Braces and Glasses author Meg Haston created this super fun video for on 5 Ways to Deal with Being the New Girl. Some tips she shares:

  • Reframe The Situation – Instead of thinking “Nobody knows me here, this sucks,” try “Nobody knows me here, I get to reinvent myself!”
  • Act “As If” – Just act as if you’re comfortable and eventually you will be.
  • Realize that You Set the Tone – If you present yourself as the cool girl you really are, people will respond accordingly.

Check out the video below to see all of Meg’s awesome tips! How do you deal with being the new girl? Tell us in a comment below!



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