In my private styling practice, I’ve seen it all. One of the most common threads that comes up for women is that they can all identify the parts of their body they don’t like. “I have big calves that need to be shaped.” “My neck is too short.” “My ass is too big.” But, it’s often difficult for them to identify the body parts they truly love.
So, I would like to invite every woman to start accepting your bodies…the whole body and all its wonderful parts. How can you send more love and acceptance in your own direction? Take a lesson from Toni Bergins, creator of Journey Dance, who has dancers say “I love you” to themselves while kissing their own shoulders. Isn’t that a wonderful practice?
It’s in loving ourselves—accepting where our bodies are—that we can accentuate the good and build confidence. I encourage you to make a list of all the things you like about yourself and start showing them off! You’ll be surprised at how quickly your focus begins to shift from the bad to the good every time you look in the mirror.