Every morning I wake up, take a look in the mirror and immediately start pinching and pulling on my body. My once pronounced abs and muscles now hidden under a layer of fat. I feel so ashamed. I turn from side to side, saddened by the image. My body is playing tricks on me. I can’t say I’m overly surprised by any of it. As women, we do it all day. The whole idea of #bodygoals is unrealistic and damaging. And, don’t get me wrong, I’m a fan of Khloe Kardashian and her fitness journey, but revenge body? Get outta town. That still takes the emphasis of self and places it on someone else. The real victim of all this nonsense is YOU! It’s time to take charge!
From the blog
You are what you eat…it’s popular phrase that many use in reference to healthy lifestyle. I’ve seen countless memes and quotes surrounding that phrase. I agree with it 100%, but not in the way you think. Those simple words are loaded in so many ways, they should be used with caution.