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May we tend to those parts of ourselves that feel hard and frozen.
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May we be free from the fear of being touched.
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May we be grateful for our body .
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May we create a new story where the love for our life is a continuous celebration.
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Because, #Freedom.

In our society, there is such an emphasis on changing your body in order to be happy. But. What if that wasn’t the case? What if we were able to accept (and maybe even Love) our bodies just the way they were? What if we were able to embrace the fact that beauty comes in all different shapes and sizes? That beauty is more than the surface? What if we were able to unapologetically accept who we are, and instead of changing our bodies, we tried our best to simply love our lives? Think about it. I think each of us would feel a whole hell of a lot more at peace. With not just our bodies. But every area of our lives. #positivity #allbodiesarebeautiful #haes #edrecovery #dietitian

Some days I love my body ✨
Others I hate what i see in the mirror ✨
Today is a hate day, just because I believe in body positivity doesn’t mean that I feel it every day I’m just like everyone else

I have my good days and I have my bad, here’s a boomerang from a good day

304 of 365 - January 15, 2018
Bodies are weird. The sack of skin and bones and organs we are born into determines much of our place in the world - outside of our own control. They also shift and change constantly. The external form our internal persona lives in is instantly judged by others. So we morph ourselves to express what’s inside. But that doesn’t stop others judging.
For myself, I didn’t choose to be sick. I would much rather be well. I didn’t choose my body shape or my hair or skin or eye color or crooked teeth or scoliosis or small features. It’s just how I am.
Let’s all work to see beyond the atoms that make us up and be inclusive. Let’s not forget about others and what they may be going through inside.
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I started a new program today, and finally moved over some very important stuff from my apartment to my new place! Lots of lifting heavy things today.

"Strong, sexy, skinny. These things can exist together in every combination, or completely independently from one another. There is no one right answer, and we don’t have to disparage one body type to celebrate another."
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Found myself re-reading these words from @jensinkler the other day, in an insightful piece she wrote awhile back called "Why Strong is Not the New Sexy."
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Body image, by nature, is incredibly subjective. To some I'm too thin, too soft, too flat; to others I'm not ripped enough, or lean enough, or curvaceous-in-all-the-right-places enough. And I'm perfectly alright with that. Because I've never believed there's any one way a woman needs to look to be considered strong, sexy, or beautiful–and I certainly have never stood here thinking mine is any kind of ideal mold.
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This is my body, and I'm doing my best to own it. There are days I'm totally comfortable & confident in my skin, and others when I feel all my insecurities magnified all at once. But still, I do my best to own it–for me and no one else.
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Body image, by definition, is a persons perception of the aesthetic of their own body. Yet, thanks to the internet & the explosion of social media, it has become an external conversation; an evaluation, and comparison. And while we've had many powerful & productive conversations about it over the past few years, I think we've largely lost sight of one important detail: it's personal.
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Which is why I think it's important to stress: Focus on YOUR body, not the image of someone else's. Remember that there's always some kind of trade off between your fittest self and your happiness self. Do your best to find YOUR personal middle ground. Work to feel confident in that. And then celebrate other women who feel confident in theirs–regardless of how it looks compared to yours. ❤️✨

When I woke up this morning, I thought “I get to sleep in”. I did not think of what I should have immediately remembered. ~
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Today is not merely a day off of school or work. It is not an uneventful day that is to be taken for granted. Today is a day honoring the memory of a truly inspirational man, one who had the courage to stand up for what he believed in. ~
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As a privileged, middle-class, white girl, I will never truly understand the full extent of today’s meaning. I can not claim to have faced the same horrific oppression that others have, and my ancestors have not been subjected to the cruelty others endured. ~
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But it is important for me, as a young and privileged citizen, to remember why today matters. To think about how far society has come, and how much farther it has to go. To study our history and understand that it is tainted with corruption, racism, and injustice. To work to build a better future. To listen to voices that others would try to quiet. To learn, and let knowledge open my mind and my heart. To remember that even though I am privileged, I need to let go of guilt for having that privilege and use it to help make a bright future. To choose empathy over anger, acceptance over prejudice, and an open heart over a closed mind. To remember and cherish the dreams of Martin Luther King Junior, and work to make them a reality. ~
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There are parts of myself that I am not proud of. There have been times, some like this morning, when I have been unintentionally racist, or made assumptions out of ignorance. And for that I am deeply sorry. In the past, I would choose to hate myself for this, and think of ways to punish myself. But I now see that that will help NO ONE. Rather than sit in my own shame and assume I’m a failure, I want to help others. I want to listen and learn and grow and become a version of myself that can make a difference. And that version of myself sure as hell isn’t chained to her own self-pity and self-harm. ~
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We all can improve, and love more, and listen more, and trust more, and hope more, and empathize more, and believe more. Today, we remember why we must. ~
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Today is a reminder to work for tomorrow.

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