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A school reunion is a joyful time for most of us. It is then that we get to meet those friends we haven’t seen in ages, but who were our best pals during the happy, joyous school days. Everyone wants to look good at their school reunion. It is a wonderful feeling when people tell you that you are still looking great even though 10 or 20 years have passed by. If you haven’t put on much weight and are consciously following a beauty and health regimen, then looking good should not be a problem.

But if you are the type that starts panicking the moment the invite reaches your hands, you should begin preparations in advance. At least six months before the expected school reunion, make some changes in your diet and start eating healthy. Begin exercising for at least an hour everyday if you are not already doing it. This should help you take off at least some of the extra pounds before your school reunion.

Book an appointment at your beauty salon and get your hairstylist to give you a haircut which will make you look at least 10 years younger at your school reunion. Look up some good dressing tips and find a couple of outfits that would be suitable to wear at your school reunion. A visit to the dentist can also be a good idea. Cleaning off some of the stains can also help reduce your age visually.

Despite all this preparation it is possible that you will encounter a case of the jitters just ahead of your school reunion. In such an event, give yourself a good encouraging talk. Mentally list out all the positive things that have happened to you since you graduated from school. Maybe you have a great job, or a wonderful family or something else. At the school reunion make sure to strike up conversations even if the person is someone you despised in school. Time changes people and it is possible that the teenage juvenile has turned into a mature, companionable individual.

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