5 Body Empowering Tips to Help You Strut Your Stuff with Pride and Style

5 Body Empowering Tips to Help You Strut Your Stuff with Pride and Style

There is beauty to be found in EVERY shape and size!

The importance of recognising your individual beauty is invaluable, and you DESERVE to feel beautiful!

So now is the time to self-appreciate and confidently embrace your uniqueness.

Very few people have the body of a model!

REAL bodies come in a diverse range of shapes and sizes.

You owe it to yourself to positively acknowledge your beauty, praise yourself, and celebrate what makes you unique.

Embrace Your Body.

Feel Beautiful from Inside Out.

Compliment Yourself Regularly Every Day.

It Is Time to Discover The Magic Of Feeling Confident, Inside And Out!


5 Body Empowering Tips to help you strut your stuff with pride and style:

Tip #1 – Stop Comparing 

If you read my blogs, you know that the toxicity of comparison comes up a lot.

Comparing yourself to someone else is the opposite of being body positive and loving yourself.

No two people will ever have exactly the same body, size and shape – and that’s okay!

Similarities, differences; ultimately, you and your body are uniquely beautiful – flaws and all.

Resist the urge to compare shapes and sizes, and instead acknowledge your own individuality.


Tip #2 – Appreciate Your Body 

Your body is an amazing thing, even when we feel we are at our most critical.

Instead of criticising your body and picking it apart, identify what your body does for you every day without even thinking – breathing, talking, laughing!

Celebrate all the good things your body achieves as it carries you through your daily life.

Even when you are struggling with your mindset towards your personal appearance, realigning your inner critic can help your body to heal and nurture you the best way it can.

This alone is something worth celebrating your body for!


Tip #3 – Self-compassion is Healthy Practice!  

You have choices!

You have the choice to like or dislike yourself – body, size, and shape.

This may be stopping you from dressing with style, feeling good about yourself and even engaging in life.

Alternatively, you can turn your choices around to empower yourself, to accept and embrace what you have right now, and make the most of it.

This in turn will allow you to feel good and confident in your own skin – deservedly so!

The better you feel in your own style, the better you feel about yourself NOW, and consequentially, the easier it is to live the life you want and deserve.


Tip #4 – Change the Conversation

It starts and ends with you!

Change your negative language and how you talk about yourself.

As a rule, if you wouldn’t say something to your best friend, why are you saying it to yourself?

Self-compassion is a powerful tool.

Every time you talk to yourself and look at yourself in the mirror, you have the choice to put yourself down or lift yourself up.

The most vital part of a positive, healthy and realistic self-image is what you believe to be true about yourself.


Tip #5 – Find Your Positive Community

“Surround yourself with people who make you happy. People who make you laugh, who help when you’re in need. People who genuinely care. They are the ones worth keeping in your life. Everyone else is just passing through.” ~ Karl Marx

Positivity breeds positivity!

It is worth your time to consciously surround yourself with people who can create happiness for themselves, and uplift those around them.

Surround yourself with people that:

  • Inspire, support and motivate you to be the best version of yourself;
  • Empower you to make the changes you need to succeed, and
  • Celebrates your success with you.

Sometimes it can be hard to find the support we need and deserve.

Fit Minds & Bodies Clinic supports you to turn things around and embrace yourself as you are.

By seeking professional help, you show your true strength and commitment to yourself.

Fit Minds & Bodies Clinic offer a unique integrative approach which supports you to develop a healthy mindset towards your body and yourself.

This will support you towards true change for your psychological, emotional and physical health.

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