This is little different from our usual posts. I wanted to get a bit more personal.......Yeah, we’ve previously said it started with a weight loss journey and that we know plus size because we were & still see ourselves as large.
But....I don’t think some people actually believe were larger than most.
We weren’t the average Australian size 14/16 we were on the larger end of plus size............. 22, 24, 26 plus we’re quite tall as well so we looked even bigger than a lot of other women. These photos are from when we were at our largest, just 4 years ago with so much happening between those years in a personal sense. 👸🏼👸🏼
Like most women we like to shop but finding clothes was hard back then......walking into a store to buy something was no picnic either.......You don’t want to feel judge, criticised while shopping. 🛍🛍🛍🛍🛍🛍🛍🛍🛍🛍 Maybe it was just me that felt like that 🙄🤷🏼♀️🤷🏼♀️...........
Losing the weight was only a small part for me. I can’t speak for Sandra but I really needed to get my mindset in order to start losing weight. So I started using Instagram as my diary/ journal for my own weight loss journey. I used it to as a way keep myself on track. I know it’s weird to use a public platform as a way to keep yourself accountable (posting photos of yourself while at your lowest) but for me it worked. 🤩🤩🤩🤩🤩🤩
That’s why we are so big on body positivity vibes here at Sisterly Curves.........some people can be cruel with what they say & not realise that those words they so flippantly say to you, can hurt. 😕😕 Plus we love the celebrities (aka @lizzobeeating & @rebelwilson) who are spreading the word about their love for their own bodies, which is why we use them in our posts.
It definitely helps your mindset if you can relate to someone like yourself talking about their love for their own body, not just only for a weight loss journey but living life everyday........that I can so vouch for. 😁😁😁😁😁😁
What about yourselves?🥰🥰🥰🥰🥰🥰🥰🥰🥰