Let Those Curves OUT

Dear WOMEN and MEN, I have an important message so grab a sit!

The weather is starting to turn and you may be looking at your body and thinking…..


But try to stay positive and work with what ya got.

We let weight take over our lives and control our happiness and enough is enough.

If I had a quarter for every time a client told me, “I will be happy once I drop 10-15 pounds”, I WOULD BE RICH. Then they proceed to show me a dress or a pair of pants that they’ve been holding on to for the past few years in hopes that one day they will be able to squeeze in them.

With hesitation, I hear them out, and as soon as those lips stop flapping, I pounce.

I go right in with the truth. If we treat ourselves like we are worthy, then we will get results faster. Meaning stop holding on to that beautiful outfit in hopes of one day squeeze in it, and in the meantime, you wear that frumpy piece of cloth that you purchased from Walmart. Now I’m not hating on Walmart, but we all know they aren’t known for their one-of-a-kind clothing line. Once you wear something once and wash it, you might as well throw it away unless it’s a T-shirt. I approve of their T-shirt selection! But other than that, STEP AWAY and start dressing those curves in things that make you feel good.

Why wait?


Stop buying cheap crap to fit those curves. Because guess what… you will continuously pull and yank at the material and look a mess while doing it. But when you cough up a few more coins, you can purchase material that will compliment every fabulous piece of your body. Which will make you feel good about yourself, and then the rolling effect will start.

Loving yourself will motivate you to make healthier food choices and chug a few extra glasses of H2O. And it will push you to get that heart rate up and pumpin.

So today, I encourage you to throw caution to the wind and put on something that makes you FEEL. Embrace those curves and show them some love.

You could have chosen any blog to read, but you chose mine, and I’m honored!


18 Replies to “Let Those Curves OUT”

  1. Haha, I did keep an expensive pair of jeans for many yeas in hopes of fitting in them again. I gave them away and a year later I weighed the same as I did at 19 😦 That was a fluke and I totaly agree with you – be happy in your own skin today! Life really is too short.

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