Some serious Sunday night reflection for ya 👇🏼 last time I posted one of these, I got a few messages and comments that really disturbed me 🤷🏼♀️ saying that my these posts just show that I'm fake on Instagram and they make people feel crappy about themselves bc I "still look fit and thin in the reality video." SO I started to think a lot about my desire to be real and transparent with you guys and:
1️⃣ I'm not here to make you feel bad. Ever. And tbh I don't think that there's much that I do that gives that impression.
2️⃣ These posts are simply to show you that if you feel frustrated with your body, it's important to remember not to compare your "reality" to someone else's Instagram.
3️⃣ At some point, we as the instagram "scroller" have to accept responsibility for the comparing we do and not fault the instagram "poster" out of envy or jealousy or insecurity.
4️⃣ Showing love for my body is one of the hardest things I'm learning to do. So if I want to post a picture in which I feel confident, I can do just that. And I hope you know it's not to be fake.
5️⃣ There's nothing wrong with how I look behind-the-scenes. I'm proud of my body always. But I especially proud of my progress and if I choose to showcase that on Instagram, I deserve to 💗
So here's another one. One where I'm proud and capable of loving my body in both pictures. As shown by the happy dance 💃🏼 I love you all and I hope this makes sense and possibly clears things up. Happy sunday fam bam 🌝