Just like any girl I have those days where I’m seriously annoyed with my weight, chubby arms and overall look, and there’s absolutely no shame in admitting it. FYI, I say this whilst currently sat binge watchin’ Pretty Little Liars whilst I smash tortilla chips in my face. Did I mention that although i have body confidence issues, I still like to eat like a pig? Hopefully I’m not alone on that one….
Anyway, all bloggers as we know portray this glamorous life of white themes, flat-lays and great bodies through the use of amazing angles and photo techniques. And sometimes I (attempt) to join in on those things too. Trying to create this idea of living in a world of the greater self, making ourselves perfect and being all-round bloody smashing. Well, what I’ve come to realise is, that no-one’s perfect. And although I’m not comfortable with my chubster weight gain over the past year, I’ve finally realised that I’m securing more into myself as I get older. Not to say that I aint going to try and eat healthily and ignore the treadmill full stop, but I won’t be takin’ the social world too seriously. Because as cheesy as it sounds, the road to happiness isn’t defined by your belly rolls.
Repeating to myself daily- I am not a model, I am not a top blogger , i’m too awkward to pose in photo’s and i’ll never fit the body ideals, so go get the biscuit and live your damn life. After all that biscuit tastes a thousand times better than a shallow person.
P.s These pleats give off an amazing illusion for longer (and slimmer) legs too.
-Jacket, £25.00 Boohoo, similar here
-Pleated pants, £5.00, Primark sale, similar here
– Croc plimsolls, £20.00, ASOS
-Fitted body, £8.00, Primark, similar here
-Do you ever struggle with body image?
x Em x