She embraced her stretch marks, fell in love with her cellulite, flaunted her rolls & gave zero F*CKS what anyone said. And she lived happily ever after. The end.
My weight has been an issue for as long as I can remember. I have always been self-conscious about it.
There are several things, I am working on, but a big one for me is loving myself right where I am. That’s why as soon as I saw this shirt I was like that’s it…this is more than a t-shirt to me…its goals.
I want to embrace all I consider flaws and not care what anyone thinks. For me it is easier said than done, especially when as far back as I can remember my weight has always been front and center in my mind.
I honestly want those thoughts to go away. I have done better (not great) about saying I’m fat, etc. but I still need more work. This may be TMI, but I honestly want to stand in the mirror in my birthday suit and say “girl you look good.”
Now, when I’m dressed, hair done, etc. 95% of the time I think I’m the bomb, but I want to feel good about myself regardless of what I have on and that comes with self-love and self-acceptance.
I want to live happily ever after rolls and all and be okay with it. I want to stop seeing food as the enemy and working out as the devil. I just want to live.
None of this is easy and I know that, but I think this T-shirt is a start.
CC (Crowned CaNesha)