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At 132 lbs (STILL) 

… and feeling good ! 

  
The number on the scale doesn’t matter. What matters is that I feel healthy and strong. I’m lifting heavy weight right now that I couldn’t handle if I was super lean. 

Love the skin you’re in. Cherish your body; it’s the only one you’ve got. Nourish it, stretch it, be good to it, appreciate it! 

  
You are beautiful, with or without abs, and no matter what the scale says. And so am I 🙂 !

Happy self-loving everyone! 

6 thoughts on “At 132 lbs (STILL) 

  1. I hope I don’t sound like I’m hitting on you, but you look fricken amazing! Reminds me how lean and strong I was back in the day. Kind of inspirational too 🙂

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    1. It’s true! It’s been a struggle because I’m the heaviest I’ve ever been. I realize that isn’t saying much, but it is hard to accept that kind of change in our bodies sometimes! Especially when our culture tends to value something else. But I’m getting bigger muscles, and that’s all that matters to me 🙂 thanks so much for your kindness.

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      1. Unfortunately society taught us that weight gain is bad, its a difficult mindset to escape. The media can bombard us with images of stick thin models but honestly reading your post I was like damn! So jealous of your muscles and your positive attitude. I look forward to seeing more posts 🙂

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  2. I love this positivity! I’m having a body-negative day today and it was so nice to have my eyes opened to the positive reasons to nourish my body rather than hating myself for eating more than 300 calories in a day. Thanks for sharing love! Xo

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