I began my fitness Journey in 2009, because I was never comfortable with my body size. I felt uncomfortable all the time even though I was not a plus size girl. I began purchasing magazines, liking boys and music videos. I was introduced to a world where size mattered, and it was the type of body with little flesh and a whole lot of bones.
I worked hard at it, I didnt diet, only exercised and made my way to a size zero and a a healthy diet. I began challenging myself to drink more water, work out, do yoga and finally, discard meat from my diet, the rest is history. I feel like if I were to change, I wouldn't be myself....This life makes me happy.
On the Journey, I met people who did not quite understand my lifestyle and I simply explained to giggly faces and the downright ignorant. I never thought once to give up to fit in, because I felt unique and separated from what I thought was a mediocre world.
The journey did not end there, along the way came Miss Kardashian (with the West recently added) and she brought with her a huge butt, full coverage, contouring, small waist and breasts... a whole lot of breasts. There was now a need for bad bitches by young boys and a fat ass by young girls.
Many strive to get the look, and the attention by pushing themselves beyond reality, but I still loved the petite look and feel. I love my vegetarian diet, obsession with the Rastafarian and bohemian culture, no make up face and weird music.
I love this revolution, the A cup revolution, the small breasts, and little, Itsy booty. I love the way I look and feel and want nothing else. I love going braless whenever I feel, simply because bras are not necessary in my world.
I raise my glass of purified water and plate filled with greens and tofu, here's to the #ACupRevolution! #LoveYourself
**Inspired by cosmopolitan
Beauty is when you can appreciate yourself. When you love yourself, that's when you're most beautiful.