Screw the six packs and thigh gaps...
Do you really give a toss if you've got a bit of a tummy or if your arms or legs aren't as toned, as you'd like?
Screw the six packs and thigh gaps.
Sod the pearly white, picture perfect teeth and bronzed flawless complexions.
Don’t allow any of the above to define you as a person.
Your life’s purpose is not to get lean and look a certain way.
We spend too much of our time and energy trying to fit in with the crowd.
It’s all complete nonsense.
It's no wonder we feel so insecure about how we look and super self-conscious about how we are perceived, by others.
It's time to STOP chasing this kind of so called ‘perfection’ and start showing ourselves some proper love, care and attention.
It's time to tap into our own inner strength and beauty. That’s where real value can be found.
You are literally one of a kind and that means you're pretty damn perfect, as far as I am concerned.
And that's not me talking bullshit. It's something I truly believe, even if you can’t quite see it for yourself.
If you're fortunate enough to be alive, then you're a miracle; so start acting like one.
By all means continue to work at being the best version of yourself but please don't trade in your individuality, in order to fit in with a blinkered society.
I will say it again; you're one of a kind...
To be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to mould you into somebody else, is something to be proud of.
Stay true to who you are.
And if you don't know who you are, then it's about time you got to know yourself, a little better
Everything starts from the inside, out.
It begins with - within - you.
You can keep chasing this so called ‘perfection’ if you choose, but I promise you that you'll be forever struggling, battling and on the losing side.
Because there is no such thing as perfection. So get comfortable with all of your so called imperfections.
Learn to let go of what no longer serves you and become an even better version of yourself, not a replica of somebody else.
It’s time to go against the grain and find your own flow