Day 30 of '40 DAYS OF FACING FEARS': getting [more] comfortable with not caring what other people think

The below is from the original Facebook post from March 30th 2017:

Day 30 of '40 DAYS OF FACING FEARS': getting [more] comfortable with not caring what other people think

Today's initially planned challenge had to be changed as my body was calling out for a rest from physical challenges! So, today's fear-busting challenge involved doing an activity that I would have never done in the past: leaving the house and going into a public place in...a ONESIE/pyjamas. (Background: my mum is English and quite traditional, so she raised us to always leave the house with some form of 'proper clothing' on, even if it was active wear. The idea of being seen in a public place in pyjamas would horrify her, and also horrified me for so many years haha).

My flatmate can attest to how genuinely uncomfortable I was leaving the house to do this challenge: wet hair, wearing a onesie (check out the cute cat print! ;)), not even moisturiser on my face (big deal for me...) and gym shoes. This really pushed my comfort zone, especially walking past a restaurant of people eating on Northland Road and having them turn and stare. This may seem like a small/potentially silly thing to call a 'fear busting challenge', but I guarantee that this would make numerous other people also feel uncomfortable!

I rewarded myself for this bravery by buying a bar of chocolate and stocking up on a bag of yummy mandarins. Also, amazingly, I bumped into my cousin who laughed when I explained the challenge I was currently doing and offered to take a photo for me :). Thank you!

My brain is slowing down with challenges to do on a Friday that don't require too much time or effort. Any ideas? xx