I spent way too long debating on posting this.
Why? Because old habits die hard I suppose. I pick apart everything but I’ve gotten so much better with sharing my story so here we go.
I’ve always struggled with my body, I stand in the mirror too long staring imagining how I could be better, even at 15 I was bullied and told I was “too thin” or my hips were “too wide” or I was “too short”
I’m not proportional at all, I’m 5, 2”
my waist is and has always been 22” my hips are wide my torso is awkwardly long and my legs are relatively short.
I have a hell of a time finding clothes that fit just right.
My body is an hour glass, and somehow I always have struggled to find the beauty in that.
So between balancing eating disorders, being teased, depression, anxiety, feeling altogether worthless after having both of my children I finally decided enough was enough. I needed out of this viscous cycle of hating myself.
I just wanted to feel happy again, confident, free.
I went through a lot in 2016, I learned, and as soon as I decided I was worthy of love my life changed.
We accept the love we think we deserve. & it’s the truth. You HAVE to love yourself, in every aspect, every flaw, every mistake.
We are all human & our worst critics. What we find imperfect in ourselves others see beauty in.
So my message here is simply, stop beating yourself up. It doesn’t serve you, it doesn’t serve anyone.
Love your body, in every stage, every form.
#ketones not only have helped me feel incredibly happy again, they have made me confident & passionate about helping others do the same.
I know exactly what it’s like to be in that deep, dark place, and I want you to know there’s always a way out. Find your fire, light that MF, and let her burn
There’s nothing more beautiful than a woman who radiates confidence, promotes kindness, compassion & empowers others.
After all, who runs the world?