I probably can’t wear this as a shirt, can I?
shut the front door
Girl that bra doesn’t fit you…it’s like a C, and you’re at least a DD. You’ll be more comfortable if you go up a size…
Just sayin. It’s hot and all, but clothes that fit are always more attractive than clothes that don’t.
Sorry if unhelpful or unwanted or whatever…just my two cents.
Girl, I’m actually a DDD and it’s not even a bra and doesn’t actually have a size. But thank u so much for telling me what I’ll be comfortable in and what will make me attractive because I certainly can’t figure that out myself. I’m so glad you’re out here giving unsolicited advice to poor ignant fools like me who clearly haven’t lived in and dressed their own bodies their whole lives. U r truly wise & helpful.
You are an amazing person at any weight! back then you were 230 pounds of gorgeous and today you are (insert weight here) of gorgeous! The only difference is a number on a scale and the fit of a dress. You are still you at any weight and that is wonderful in itself! Remember that any time you feel down or "unwell". That you are you in your body, in your heart, and in your mind! Weight is a number. You are not a number.
Thank you, friendly anon! :)
It's amazing that you lost 40 pounds, kudos to you. I'm around the same starting weight you were at and I'm looking to lose a similar amount of weight and though I've lost some, I'm stuck. Any tips on nutrition/exercise and how to stay motivated? :)
I drink a lot of water before meals to help me feel fuller, I’ve been going to the gym at least 4 times a week, and of course incorporating a lot more fruits and veggies. I always start my morning with a fresh fruit smoothie. I also take vitamins b and c, to help with energy. But mainly, I just focus on how good being healthy feels. I make sure to fill my head with positives rather than negatives. Instead of saying “ugh I have to go to the gym”, I tell myself “I’m going to go to the gym to make myself happy”. By making the gym a positive experience, I find I put more effort in and in turn have better results. It not only helps physically, but mentally I’m happier and far less stressed than ever before.
This time last year, I was at my highest weight of 230lbs. That was when I made the conscious decision to start taking care of myself. I began going to the gym, making healthier food choices, and filling my head with happy thoughts. I lost 40lbs, but for me, it wasn’t the weight loss that was wonderful, but the positive mindset I had created for myself. Once Thanksgiving and Christmas came around, I had fallen into a rut. I stopped filling my mind with positive thoughts, stopped going to the gym, and started feeling…”unwell” again. Of course, I also stopped eating well, which caused me to gain weight and bloat. Ultimately making my rut that much worse, and I myself began putting myself down. Now, I’m getting back on that feel fucking good bandwagon. I don’t care if I look better, lose weight or about any of the aesthetics. I just want a
To gift myself with a healthy mind.