I’ve talked a lot about confidence on my blog, but one thing that’s so simple to boost your confidence is how you dress. Recently I hadn’t been feeling that confident with my shape and it wasn’t down to not having body confidence (although admittedly I still need a little increase in that area too), but simply just not having a wardrobe that flatters me. Last year … Continue reading Dress For Confidence
You may remember a while back I mentioned I was doing the crop top challenge for Race For Life in June. In the end, because of family commitments, I couldn’t take part. The method in my madness was that it would give me a super good incentive to get in shape. I’d need some serious confidence to pull off a crop top. At the time … Continue reading The Crop Top Challenge
Ever since being a teenager I’ve struggled to love my body. I’ve struggled to embrace my femininity and have body confidence. My boobs are small. My hips are two dress sizes larger than my top half. I have cellulite, stretch marks and ‘beauty’ spots. I’ve never got back to my pre-baby weight and that ‘baby’ turns 3 a week today. I’ve felt ashamed and embarrassed … Continue reading Embracing Femininity & Body Confidence
Today I weighed myself, I don’t do it often. I don’t think it’s the most beneficial way to get to health and fitness goals, but nonetheless it can provide some indication. I kid you not, I wanted to cry. Before anyone tells me I don’t have the right to be upset, because I’m slim then your wrong. I maybe slim, but that doesn’t mean I’m … Continue reading When Vanity Strikes
If you read my blogs or watch my Facebook live videos you’ll know I’m trying to get much healthier and fitter. I’m only on week 1 and whilst these posts are to the run up to Christmas, I really want it to be more of a lifestyle change. It’s just I can’t deny my goal is to drop one maybe two dress sizes by the … Continue reading FitMAS Friday: Getting Started
This week I stumbled across some photos on my laptop from this Summer, that I didn’t even know my hubby had taken. I was just chatting away to my friend Hannah by the sea and was totally unaware to his snapping away. Until then I’d been beating myself up quite a lot about ‘letting myself go’. 3 years ago I was at the high of … Continue reading Body Then, Body Now!