4 days ago
I used to dislike looking at myself in the mirror. To be honest I really hated my body. No matter how much weight I lost, it was never good enough for me. Every time I overate, I felt guilty and hated my body even more.
The truth was my weight was never the problem. My problem was that I didn't accept myself as I was.
Instead of working on self-acceptance and learn to love myself the way I am. I decided to try QUICK FIXES. For example, diet fads (Keto, Juicing, Raw, etc), diet pills, and waist wraps.
Each one of those just lead me to disappointment and feeling like SHIT. I felt tired, ill, and just constantly was hangery bit**!
Once I made a leap into the community I am now part of. It taught me to stopped obsessing over my body and its imperfections.
The community taught me how to take care of my body the right way and for long term.
By consuming nourishing foods and getting active when I can.
Ladies, loving your body doesn't happen overnight. Once you mend that relationship with yourself.
You will love your body, take better care of it, eat healthier (NO PROCESSED/FAST FOOD SHIT), and exercise will stop feeling like a punishment and starts to come naturally.
Focus on staying healthy rather than attaining perfection… Because newsflash, for both myself and you, friend: perfection doesn’t exist and there NO MAGIC WRAP OR PILL.
If you have questions. I welcome them. 📩Join me on my next bootcamp. We never do this alone. at Connecticut