5 steps to Raise BODY IMAGE - today!
You can begin to raise body image and improve your self esteem TODAY - with just 5 simple steps.
Don't put your life on hold 'til you've lost weight or you get the new job - life is short and putting things 'off' can become a habit.
Next week, next month, the New Year - phrases we all use when we're afraid to step out of our comfort zone. The 5 easy steps listed below are positive things you can actually do TODAY!
Today is the first day of the rest of your life...
Relax and trust yourself to enjoy a new experience and you'll soon be ready to face the world with more confidence.
Take just one step forward and it can change your complete perception of yourself because you've proved something and can be justifiably proud.
1 Love your body
The female body is amazing - a perfect piece of machinery that can walk, talk, run, bend and stretch. You can love, laugh, cry, think, feel,
reason and you can even give birth - that's pretty incredible!
It's time to give your body credit for all the things it does for you. Raise your body image and self esteem by thinking about loving and valuing yourself more. After all if you don't love yourself why should anyone else?
START TODAY - stand in front of the mirror and recognize how good your body has been to you even if you've neglected it in the past. Start to appreciate and treat your body with more respect and love.
Prepare to be moved and inspired by Romancing your Body.
2 Forget the Diet
Your bone structure decides your shape it has nothing to do with weight. Even if you are carrying extra weight you can learn how to
flatter your figure and make the most of your appearance whatever your age,
shape or size. Take care of your body first.
START TODAY - Go to the new Body Type Quiz - it will quickly and easily guide you to your generic Body Type. See how easy it is? You already
know more than most women about body shape so consider it a step up on your
score to raise body image and self esteem. More knowledge about how to dress will promote confidence.
3 Take care of your body
car needs to be maintained and needs the right fuel to run properly, but we
frequently mistreat our own body. You need healthy food, plenty of water to
drink, enough sleep and a modicum of exercise to function to your full
Start today – Drink 4-5 glasses of water and take 10
minutes walk in the fresh air. Plan your Positive Body Image menu for tomorrow
and shop for fresh food. Better nutrition will lead to better health and more energy.
Confidence from Katie Piper, is an easy read that shouts positivity from the very first page.
4 Good Grooming
you don't take care of your clothes they look terrible, even expensive
items. Good grooming allows you to look good in the most basic garments, it just takes a bit of effort. Looking clean, smart and
smelling good not only gives you a more positive body image and increases self
respect, but it's a compliment to those around you.
START TODAY – Brush up on your grooming/personal presentation, it's an essential part of keeping healthy. Use products that feel and smell luxurious
for your bath/shower/shampoo. Use a good
deodorant and toothpaste, keep your nails neat and tidy nails and add a
natural makeup - you’ll look fabulous!
5 Having fun raises body image and self esteem
Everyone deserves to have some fun. Arrange an outing even if it's only meeting a friend for coffee; go window shopping even if you can't afford to buy; give someone a compliment and receive a smile in return!
Get involved in a local community group, volunteer to help in a project at work, join a local slimming group - joining in with like minded people finds new friends.
- Can't arrange anything today? Then take a couple of FREE quizzes and
discover something good about yourself that you didn't know before. Free Color Analysis Quiz will help you to make the most of the way you look and the Free Color Personality Quiz will identify some positive points of your personality.
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