Today I’m chatting with you about something I’ve talked about on Instagram, something that’s really been sticking with me lately. I reread the original post and realized there was SO MUCH I wanted to say about this topic…and I needed a full video to do it! First things first, your scale doesn’t measure your self-worth!
We’re talking about the Scale. It can be either your best friend or dreaded nemesis. That’s what we are going to determine today. And we’re going to talk first about how the scale DOES NOT measure your self-worth and value.
The Scale Does Not Measure Your Self-Worth
A lot of women in my community, and women in general, are putting ALL their focus on their appearance. And on changing the number on the scale. We let the scale determine women’s appearances. Which is so wrong!
For them, everything revolves around the way they look. And when it comes to the scale — how much they weigh.
But for me, coming at this from a fitness professional standpoint, and from a standpoint as a mom and a woman…I can tell you this is NOT a healthy way to start changing your life!
In this video, I’m talking about what first triggered me to do the original Instagram post, and this video as well.
Because if you know anything about me, you know I always preach about self-love!
We’ve ALL got insecurities, even me…and I talk about that in this video. But we also have SO MUCH to offer the world. More than we even remember too!
So before you go down this road, I have some things you should think about before you make big changes in your life, to reflect on your happiness.
I know how important self-worth is and it’s my mission to help you look and feel you’re very best. For this reason, I’ve created a series of free guides that can help you get started from the comfort of your own home. These guides are completely free and each one is designed with you in mind. Click here to download a free workout plan!
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