The idea of mirror fasting has hit the blogosphere!
Here’s an article in the New York Times giving you the reflective scoop:
I probably need a chocolate fast more than a mirror fast, but the concept of NOT looking in the mirror is intriguing.
But give up the mirror? Even for six months?
Could you? Would you?
The bloggers in the story aren’t menopausal, yet. I think we menopausal beauties need the mirror to mark the years, to see the wrinkles inching their way in.
I don’t want to suddenly be old and not know it happened.
I have a friend who says her smile lines are symbols of all her happy moments. Another who says crinkles around your eyes represent your deep thoughts.
Not sure I’m there yet, but the concept of using the mirror to celebrate a well-lived life is an appealing one, that’s for sure.
What about you?
Interested in a mirror fast?
Photo: My daughter Laura found this mirror at the Durham Arts Festival. It’s made from a spacer on a big, big truck. I’m not sure what a spacer does for a truck as it speeds down the road, but it makes a funky mirror. So here’s another question: If you were a spacer, would you rather be rolling down a highway or shining from a wall?