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Technology has made it easier for us to track our physical progress. Working out and getting healthier is possible for almost anyone. No matter your body type, stamina, metabolism rate or sport and intensity preference, there’s bound to be an app for you.
Do not allow yourself to be pressured by what society and social media often portray as the typical body. Ditch those pants from college you were hoping to fit in again. Unfollow user accounts if you have to. Unfriend people who make you feel less like yourself. Promote positive body image by being an activist yourself.
During every trip to the dentist we are asked: “How often do you floss?” But the real question your dentist should be raising is, “Do you even floss AT ALL?”
We are allowed to veer away from our plans and indulge our body too, just not to the point of damage. These are the one to two meals (not a banquet) per week where calories, sugar and fats aren’t even a concern – in other words, a nutritional splurge.
Although the desire to wear heels shows a young lady’s aspiration to grow into a beautiful woman, it is not something that should be rushed.
Whenever pre-teen me could (aggressively) avoid wearing heels, I did. I practically shivered at the thought of suffering through hours of toe-straining, heels-off-the-ground strides. I sat more than I stood. Me with heels on was a personified version of a newborn calf learning how to walk.
What do Emma Watson, Tom Cruise, Angelina Jolie, Dakota Fanning and even Prince Harry have in common?
Believe it or not, they all had braces at the height of their younger (and not so juvenile) years – flashing cameras and all.
People like them are proof that not even celebrities can escape the wrath of the metal brackets.