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Affirmations Mirror: You’re Good Enough, Your Smart Enough, and Doggone It, You’ve Got Your Own Gadget

by Hazel Chua
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Starting your day with a dose of positivity certainly helps, especially if you’re going through some sort of rough patch in your life. Some come in the form of tiny notes with inspirational text. Others get their daily pick-me-up from books or from email subscriptions. But Lisa McCarthy thinks you’ve got to see yourself and hear it (still from yourself) in order to really believe it.

That’s why she’s come up with the Affirmations Mirror, a “talking programmable compact mirror that enables you to provide yourself with the messages you need to remember your dreams, see your own beauty and empower yourself each and every day.”

Affirmations Mirror

Basically, you just plug in the headset to power the mirror up. The mirror will come with pre-programmed messages, but its best feature is that you can actually record your own affirmations yourself.

Affirmations Mirror

The project is currently up for funding on Kickstarter, where you can make a minimum pledge of $120(USD) to get your very own Affirmations Mirror.

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