Do things you enjoy. All because you are on a diet or trying to make a lifestyle change, does not mean you have to miss out on girl’s night.
Feminism, you see, doesn’t take sex off the menu.
I lost myself. I personally didn’t want to own who I am. I wanted to be better but not a better me, a better somebody.
Positive or not, the “body positive” movement still focuses on our bodies. Our looks. Our exterior.
The point of this isn’t to tell you that self-love is this made up, unobtainable fairytale that you should give up on. No, the point is, is that I don’t want you to look at my Instagram page on a day when you’re struggling and beat yourself up because it seems like my journey is all sunshine and roses.
Splash your face with cool water and close your eyes, feel the sensation on your skin. You are alive. How beautiful is that?
There are bigger problems than being partial to doughnuts.
I grew up in a time where your own reflection was your worst enemy. The mirror only showed the flaws, never the pretty side.
It’s not your problem. It’s our problem.
The way your body looks in a swimsuit does not determine your value, worth, HEALTH, purpose or status.