Well, look at that. Yes, that's me. Wearing bikini and totally posing and showing off my ass like it was my job. This photo was taken summer 2016 in Greece, and I have to say that now, 9 months later when I look back at that photo, I'd do anything to have that body again. Isn't it funny (but still totally sad) that when you have a body you don't appreciate it for what it is? 9 months ago I didn't like that body. Now when I don't have it, I think it's stupid I used to think that, and today when I look at my current body I just think about the things I want to change. I don't think about the fact that I have lots of curves which makes me the woman I am; I don't think about the fact that I actually love my back and I can see that it's starting to get more and more toned; I don't think about the fact that I actually like the shape of my legs, and that my big(ger) booty just make them look even better; and I don't think about all the other things on my body - for instance that it actually is WORKING and I can walk properly again (which I couldn't do 7 years ago after my car accident) that actually makes my body amazing. We have to start appreciating our bodies we have and stop striving for "improvements" all the time!
Can't you all think of something you love about your body and remind yourselves of it? And maybe even share with me and other readers in the comments? I'm sure we'd all love to hear what YOU are proud of, and hopefully it will result in deeper understanding.
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