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Imperfect is the new perfect
Although I was a fierce 6 year old, by the time I reached the age of 12 my confidence went down the drain. What was frustrating about my body was I looked like I was 21 at the age of 12. While everyone else was begging their mothers for a training bra, I was layering sports bra to flatten my boobs down. I didn’t look like everyone else and it bothered me. It bothered me so much that I was diagnosed with anorexia in the mid year of the sixth grade. I thought that if I could lose weight and be “skinny” like all the popular girls, that everyone would like me. I could have a boyfriend and be invited to parties. I thought if I could lose weight, I would be happy.

My body image issues continued all through high school and my first two years of college. I would lose weight and then gain weight. It was a roller coaster. At the age of 20, I was my heaviest at about 160 pounds (I’m only 5’3). I was sick and tired of hating my body, so I did something about it. I had some money saved so I went to my local gym and hired a personal trainer. I knew that a diet wasn’t going to cut it. I needed to change my lifestyle. The power I felt when I worked out was indescribable. No longer did bagels and donuts sing sweet nothings as I walked passed when in the supermarket. I preferred the humming of the treadmill as my feet pounded against it. It took me a year, but I ended up losing over 45 pounds. I was so inspired by the process of losing weight that I decided to help other women with their journey of loving themselves. I wanted to show women that being imperfect is the most perfect way to be.

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