Advice For People With Body Insecurities

Summer is the hardest time of year for people with body insecurities. The best solution to this is to realize that you look fine, if not better, and walk out the door with confidence. If you feel that you’re not quite ready for that option, or you’re actually unhealthy, here are some tips:

1. If your arms embarrass you, I suggest wearing a lightweight, white, long-sleeve top. Light yellow, pale lilic, and mint work, too.

2. If your doctor has confirmed that you are overweight, and you’re ashamed to show your face in shorts or a swimsuit, I have a few suggestions. Number one, of course, is to exercise and eat less to no junk food (no fried potato chips, big Macs, french fries, nor excessive soda). Besides, tap water is cheaper than soda, so, with time, you can buy a dress fit to your new body. Have an event tomorrow? Do 30 sit-ups, take a jog around to block or on a treadmill, get a good night’s sleep, drink some water, and put on a preferably black, lightweight dress with shoes that DON’T cut off at the ankle. Swimsuit? Try going to www.fourcorners.com, searching “swimdress,” a you will find a pretty, slimming swimdress. Bonus: It’s on sale right now!

3. Feel your core needs toning? Try this;

Remember, you can’t hide your body you entire life. If you’re unhealthy and you know it, please do something about it. People think I’m being mean by not saying, “Weight doesn’t matter. Don’t give it the time of day.” It does matter. Being, well, fat can cause serious problems to your health. I encourage all people to eat right, take a walk around to block, and play tennis or soccer every now and then. It will make you feel good about yourself.

XOXO,

SarahLily

P.S. Good luck! 🙂

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About sarahlily4ever

I'm a singer, actress, model, and fashionista. I have traveled a lot and enjoy creating couture with the Art Institute of Chicago. I'm inspired by Coco Chanel, Vince Camuto, and Rachel Zoe.
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One Response to Advice For People With Body Insecurities

  1. Thanks @jsleigh14 and @mythineats for liking my post! 🙂 Means a lot!

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