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Love Yourself

By June 9, 2017 No Comments

“Loving ????yourself isn’t Vanity it’s Sanity” by Andre Gide

For years I’ve had issues with my gallbladder, barrettes & gastritis ????However, I had No ????Idea my body was dealing with these issues ????I knew something wasn’t right, but I ignored it Until my Mom & My hubby (God bless????????them both) took charge & forced me to the ER???? 

Fast forward to present day NO????Gallbladder ???????? & vigilantly treating my acid reflux & gastritis I’m starting to feel like a human being again ???????? Well, I have to be honest…It took me OVER 7 months ⏳ to get my act together ????What can I say I’m a Taurus & incredibly stubborn ???? But I finally made a lifestyle change…it’s not a diet. 

Although I have a lot of diet restrictions being that I have to follow 3 very specific food lists it’s been difficult, but so worth it! 

I decided to post this series of photos after I realized the jeans I bought back in March were just too big & I am in love with these  ????jeans, from Banana Republic. I guess now I just have to love them in a smaller size????????

I’m proud to say for the past 25 days I gave up soda, fastfood, alcohol & meat & almost all proccessed food ???? OK, OK I will occasionally eat some pasta & drink som wine ???? even though alcohol is the worse thing for all my GI issues; I am only human!

However, I will NOT ????ever drink a soda, eat meat or fast food for the rest of my life ????????☺️because it is literally poison to MY body & I love myself enough to finally take care of myself. 

This post isn’t to preach or sway you one way or another…hopefully I can inspire others who like me that have GI issues to love yourself enough to take care of yourself too ❤️✌????????





I am all about women knowing who they are, finding their own individual style, and not spending a lot of money doing so.  I believe in creating looks that are timeless yet practical and consistent with your own personality. I live to shop the clearance racks! I truly believe It’s not what you wear but how you wear it. Not one of us were created to look the same, so what looks good on one woman might not look good on another. So when shopping for yourself, it is crucial to know what looks good on you. Knowing what works on your shape can make the difference from an ordinary outfit to ex-ordinary. I think we should go through life giving it all we have and I apply this ideology when dressing myself. I know from my own experience that when having a not so good day I know that if I put on a nice dress or fun sassy top, I can guarantee that what ever sour mood I might have felt before starts to slip away when I slip into the clothes. First impressions are lasting so why not always try to look your best you never know who you might meet! These are all approaches I take when building my wardrobe, or getting dressed on a daily basis. As far as about me as a person to share some insight with you. I clearly LOVE clothes. I but what I love more than the clothes themselves is how I feel when wearing certain outfits. I also LOVE to style for other people. I get such an amazing feeling when I have helped someone select an outfit that they feel good in. Or sometimes what is better than that for me is dressing someone in something they would never choose for their self and they end up loving it. Although I do love clothes I do not believe in spending a lot of money to look and feel good. I get a thrill out shopping clearance. The price tag does not define the worth of an item to me. What makes it worth it for me is how it makes me feel and knowing that I paid half the cost and still look GREAT!

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