Project Closet: 3 Ways To Improve Body Image
Fashionista, Style Consultant, Author and New Country Mercedes driver (they sponsor this segment!), Debbie Wright is back with more style tips for your closet, and your business! Check out her tips, then get ready to reinvent YOUR wardrobe!
According to a recent survey, 6 out of 10 women hate the way their bodies look naked, and 4 out of 10 don’t want their partners to see them naked. The average woman wants to lose 11 pounds, and many women get too fixated on weight loss BEFORE they begin appreciating and loving their bodies. Fashionista Debbie Wright shares three ways to improve body image, and they’re remarkably easy once you put everything in perspective.
Check out what she has to say about improving your self image:
1. Stop Picking Yourself Apart
Let’s face it– who has the perfect body (aside from Damon, I guess)? Women are so quick to talk about what they don’t like about their bodies before they mention what they do like. When you stop picking yourself apart, you can start acknowledging things you do like. Be thankful for your pretty eyes or lips or shoulders… whatever you like!
2. Be Grateful for the Things Your Body Does For You
The body is an amazing machine, and our bodies do amazing things for us on a daily basis which we often take for granted. Think about how much time is wasted thinking about what the scale says or worrying if your butt is too big– it’s unproductive, unhealthy and totally ridiculous, when you think about it in the grand scheme of things.
3. You Are A Shape, Not A Size
Every woman is uniquely beautiful. By learning how to dress your shape and discovering how to accentuate your shape’s positive features will start to change the way you see yourself. Hopefully everyone can start seeing their own beautiful reflection, because only great, positive things will come as a result.
For more tips for your closet or your business, check out Debbie Wright’s website at projectcloset.com.
Debbie Wright’s Project Closet is sponsored by New Country Mercedes.