From Hello Beautiful
A girlfriend of mine and I recently had a conversation about New Year’s party options, which led to another convo about New Year’s resolutions, which sparked another conversation about physical fitness (the point of this post.) I expressed to her that while I’m naturally thin due to Dad’s genetics, I’m sure my physical health could be improved because I don’t work out on a regular. My fitness sprees usually last anywhere from a week to a month and then I’m back to the same Verity.
In addition to being healthier and having more energy, I also want my body to be in better shape. I have what I call the skinny girl curse—a pudgy tummy. It sticks out like a sore thumb from the rest of your trim silhouette and has to constantly be sucked and pulled in. The suck and pull I’ve found is a good hiding method, but it requires full awareness. When you have a few drinks and feel a little good and free (read: intoxicated), and the next day you’re greeted by an Instagram collage of you looking cute until your eyes make their way down to your soft pound of mush bulging from the crop top you were determined to wear.
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