By Sarah Jenks
Beauty comes from the inside.. but it doesn’t have to stay there. So many women are waiting to buy new clothes, dress up and wear sexy underwear until they’ve lost “the weight.” But did you know that avoiding the beauty basics is actually causing you to keep the weight on?
If you’re walking around in sweat pants, or your old “fat jeans,” you are going to treat your body like an old frumpy, lump. And that usually entails over-eating, skipping workouts and not taking care of ourselves.
If you want to lose weight and keep it off, you need to invest in your beauty NOW. Not 10 pounds from now. Here’s exactly what you need to do this week to break out of your fat frustration:
1. Buy some new clothes: 1 pair of amazing jeans (try Levis), 3 blouses, a hot dress, a conservative dress, and a skirt. You can also go wild on accessories like jewelry and scarves. If you’re worried about wasting money, you can always, take the clothes in, or sell them later. It may feel scary to draw some attention to your body by dressing like a hottie, but trust me, your body will thank you for finally paying attention to her.
2. Get a haircut. Something different and fun. You would look great in side swept bangs.
3. Get ALL NEW UNDERWEAR! Click here to view my favorite brand and how 3 women lost weight just by changing their underwear.
5. Wear heels. Just do it.
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Sarah Jenks, founder of theBreathtakingBride.com, helps women fall in love with their bodies and lose weight through exploring the emotional reasons of why we eat. Sarah believes that you can talk about the benefits of broccoli until you are blue in the face, but real change won’t happen until we pull back the veil of fad diets and calorie counting to reveal the true cause of our over eating. Feeling lost about weight loss? Visit her website to download her free guide: “What to do if you feel fat, hopeless and ready to give up.”