Things people do not tell you:
1. When you are transitioning
Not all of us suit a TWA. There is a perfect head shape for it and failing that, there is a confidence that is required to carry it off. You are not crazy for thinking that you may not look good with a TWA. Cutting your hair is just the first step on a journey, you will survive it.
2. When you are a veteran
It really is not all about length. Do not try to show off the maximum length of your hair all the time. Focus on styling your hair in a way that highlights your texture (i.e stop pulling your hair all the time).
3. When you are a blogger
It takes a long time to get 'popular'. I remember excitedly telling my husband that I had 11 followers and he said I needed 1 more to match the disciples. But it was 11 of us for a good 4-5 months. Two years later, 30,000 individuals regularly read this blog and 18,000 regularly hop over to the magazines. If you can write when no one is listening and continue to do so for months, you can be a blogger. If your voice is unique enough, the audience will come - it just takes a minute.