You are perfect just the way you are.

Yes, I’ve put on weight and I have high cholesterol but that doesn’t change who I am.
I am learning how to love myself AND treat my body properly. It’s definitely a journey but it’s one step at a time.
My weight doesn’t define me. No one thing defines me – I’m a jack of all trades and I wouldn’t have it any other way!
Here are a few pictures I took embracing who I am!

5 Replies to “Perfectly Flawed”

  1. You look perfectly trim to me. If you have high cholesterol maybe it runs in your family or it’s what you eat, not how much. Your doctor must not feel it is high enough to treat with medication?
    Most prepared foods that contain fat have ‘bad’ fat in that it is either palm oil, coconut oil or hydrogenated or partially hydrogenated. Stay away from those as they like to clog arteries. The industry has known this for decades but uses it to prolong shelf life and it’s cheap. It is in many other processed foods also including frozen and refrigerated so check labels. You’ll be shocked!


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