Skinny, Fat, or Muscle ~WHO CARES~

I am OVER MY fellow love muffins not loving who they are. It’s time to change- and live by this ONE RULE!


Be comfortable in the skin you are in. It doesn’t matter if you are tall, short, overweight, skinny, muscular, chubby, or have stretch marks on your body, BE HAPPY!

Love yourself and everything that makes you, YOU.

I don’t know about you, but I have lived long enough to know that happiness does not depend on my current size. When I was at my thinnest, I was miserable and depressed. My eating habits, or should I say lack thereof proper nutrition, made me suffer from bitchiness, headaches, irritability, and the need to choke everyone out.

Healthy eating and exercise saved me!

The truth is once you begin to love yourself and believe that you are worthy of living a life that you dream about, regardless of size. But, first, you have to determine what weight and size will make you feel comfortable. Constantly looking at how everyone else looks will do a world of harm to your self-confidence.

Screw that! We are individuals; being shaped differently is a beautiful thing. Can you imagine how boring it would be if we all ran out to get surgery to have a big rectangular Kim Kardashian ass or big boobs that look like a floatation device? WE are all meant to be different so that we may bring spice into the world.

Embrace who you are

A lifetime ago, I thought skinny was what I was supposed to be. But after further research on these thick thighs, I knew that I was meant to embrace my muscle thighs. And the only way for me to have little legs was to skip out on nutrition. So that’s out… I love food and look forward to each and every single meal.

We don’t have to be skinny to be pretty
Having muscle doesn’t mean you are masculine
Being overweight doesn’t mean you are lazy

Finding comfort in your skin is freeing and can help you find your inner BADASS.

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


24 Replies to “Skinny, Fat, or Muscle ~WHO CARES~”

  1. Yassss! Awesome reminder, Bella! Like you, I was skinny in high school and I was miserable and beyond depressed. And being 115-120 lbs and 5’4′ didn’t keep me from being bullied, abused, and ridiculed either. By society’s standards, I was a knockout. But I learned very early on that looks don’t mean a thing and they don’t determine how people treat you. After school, when I had my first child, I ballooned almost 100 lbs and began my own struggle with weight. It was so bad that I had Gastric Bypass Surgery 10 years ago because my health was in jeopardy. Although I lost weight, I didn’t get skinny-skinny. I got healthy and that’s what matters. We should all want to be a healthy size, nothing wrong with it because your health is your greatest asset. But too many people, especially women, think that they should be skinny like all the supermodels in the magazines. I struggled with this mentality for a while when I was young. Thank goodness I got over that.

    I’m so proud of you, Bella! You’re a very beautiful lady and you’re a powerhouse of great health! And your confidence only makes you shine even brighter! Have a wonderful Friday, sweetness! 💖🌺🌹

    1. Menopause has been tough on me too, but I agree with Bella, happiness is an inside job, independent of the shape of our bodies! Great post Bella, hugs, C

  2. Wise words!!
    I love the credible talk . It’s very true and believable.
    We should be comfortable and confident enough in our skin. We can definitely be in a good shape, but we need to do it for ourselves and not for others.

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