Just a girl with a blog.
Not so much a weight loss blog (and definitely not a fitblr) as an all around self-improvement blog. I do focus on a lot of physical health (probably about 90% of my content), but I'm also trying to be a happy, positive person.
Feel free to ask questions or talk to me. I only ask that people are kind.
I typically follow people back who are into self-love, weight loss, fitness, etc, but I don't follow blogs that mainly consist of pictures of thin girls. Don't get me wrong, thin girls are beautiful, but looking at reblog after reblog of tiny beautiful girls makes me feel bad about myself. I like to avoid it.
You see it everywhere—every café, every restaurant, every kitchen across the country. Women bargaining with waiters and their friends about whether or not they should get a side salad or fries with their entrée. Women making demeaning jokes to one another about their desire for food, and women bonding with one another over their shared guilt.
Why are we apologizing for wanting food? What the hell? BODIES NEED FOOD. WE DIE WITHOUT IT. And food tastes good! And we’re programmed to crave it! Sure, some food is healthier than other food, but what is up with punishing ourselves? Why is it acceptable—nay! encouraged!—in our culture for women to feel guilty and publicly “admit” our guilt for wanting to eat a cookie? Why are we rationalizing our “bad behavior” with statements like “I’ve been really good lately” or “I’m gonna need to walk this off later”?
I want this to end. I want women to allow themselves to want food. I want women to be hungry and ask for what they want to eat without apologizing. I want women to stop looking for permission from others before they eat something that is not a carrot or spinach. I want my friends to get the chili fries if they want the chili fries. I want my mother to allow herself more than one small square of dark chocolate per day. I want women to take pleasure in food, without punishing ourselves for wanting it.” Krista Burton (via internal-acceptance-movement)