W E I G H T G A I N
It seems like these days, I can’t post anything on my stories or posts without anyone commenting on my weight.
Weight has always been a fascination of public people (am I a public person?) I dont know if It’s because we’re either inspired by skinny people or feel better with ourselves if someone gained weight.
Yes, I did gain weight. Yes, I did become overweight. Yes, it does bother me.
It happend when I stopped taking my birth control and my PCOS starting flourishing again.
But there’s no need to constantly remind me of it.
I think that might’ve been one of the reasons I fell out of love with Instagram. I’ve tried to keep it Real all the time - not making alterations to my body shape in Photoshop, or putting on tons of makeup to cover my skin. But it seems like Perfect is what people want 🤷🏻♀️
Previosuly I’ve had great succes losing a lot of weight but it seems like I struggle a lot this time.
I think I’ve realized that I’ve been really hard on myself the last year. That I’ve forgotten to think about myself and take Care of myself. I often think about how other people feel before myself.
The key to weight loss this time, is probably Self Care. I’ve considered perhaps trying a korean skin care routine, daily foot baths, start having fun with clothes and makeup again and focus on what diet I want to eat for the rest of my life to feel good and not necessarily to lose weight. .
BTW, who thought it was a good idea to have a split mirror. Wtf?
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