Paleo Lifestyle - 80/20 Rule
PhD in sarcasm.
SW: 175.0 CW: 148.6 LW: 139.8
⭐️ MBF me (little-miss-curvy)
⭐️ must be a health/fitness/recovery blog - promoting healthy habits!
⭐️ Reblogs only, no likes will count
⭐️ picking randoms to promote
⭐️ ends sometime tomorrow!
— wanted to do this for my followers who aren’t on when I am!! —
Ask me about the bad day I had :(
I just got home from camp.
Indeed, it’s hard to have both when you’re starting out and this is okay. Body acceptance and confidence is a process. You can’t just flip a switch and BAM you have it, but you can certainly fake it.
I think as you continue to lose weight and learn how much your fitness and health has improved that you begin to appreciate your body more. When you fit into new, smaller clothes, you start to notice how much cuter you look that you wouldn’t have before even if you’re not at your goal size. The more you spend time really taking care of yourself and doing good things for your body that’s how you learn to love yourself. You don’t resort to crash diets or crazy things just to get skinny. You aid your body in a positive way.
Do things that make you feel hot and sexy. Do your hair, your makeup, wear stylish clothing. Being bigger doesn’t mean you have to look frumpy. And when you feel like you look frumpy on the outside, you will feel extra frumpy on the inside.
Also being surrounded by positive people and supportive friends helps a lot to boost confidence. Definitely hang around the kind of people who will acknowledge your journey and encourage you and remind you of how great of a person you are despite your personal struggles with body image.
Did you make that croissant panini?!?? That is genius. It looks soooo delicious! I totally want to go buy some croissants now so I can make one.
Yes I did! It’s one of my new fave go-to breakfasts because it’s so simple and hardly takes up any time. Deffo recommend if you have a griddler!
Tempted to get sushi every day now for the next month. lol
1 of 568 Next →