Your Beautiful: Swimsuit Campaign
Your Beautiful every inch, every curve, every bump, and every lump. They all make you who you are. I used to look at myself and see the flaws then I had a daughter. I realized if I pointed out my “flaws” she would begin to see hers. I would try to wrestle with my thighs and move them smooth them but nothing worked. They still had cellulite. I was busted one day massaging them and my husband asked me what I was you doing? I told him trying to get rid of the cellulite. He said, “Why, I like the dimples.” It made me realize that life is about how you view the world. I love my arms they hug my kids daily, and my legs get me where I am doing. The dimples well I do not have time to pay attention to those I am to busy living my life. I am proud of all of you that decided to stand up with us and announce to the world that we are Beautiful.
I invite all of you to send your pictures to email@example.com Subject: I’m beautiful.
I will add the image to our post. I would love to have hundreds. The question is are you brave enough? Are you powerful enough? Can you show all the women in the world that accepting who you are at any size, shape, weight is true beauty.
Your Beautiful: Swimsuit Campaign
Amee- Madame Deals
I’m Beautiful I love my legs and my birthmark which is called the cookie at my house!
Carmen AKA LUCY
I’m Beautiful: There are a lot of things I like about myself but I think it’s my attitude that makes the difference. My muse comes from Maya Angelou who says that “If you don’t like something, change it. If you can’t change it, then change your attitude.”
Life isn’t always going to be fair or easy that doesn’t mean that I have to let it way me down. I try to find the good in everything (even if it’s just something small) and run with it. It’s all about perspective.
I’m Beautiful – I love seeing my body change as I lose weight. I look at my daughter (9) and can’t believe that I carried her inside of me. For all my trouble spots, I still marvel that my hair and my bust have never let me down.
Jayme (Gwendolyn’s Daughter)
I am Beautiful – I like to stand out and don’t mind being my own person.
I’m Beautiful- I love that my body carried my 4 children. My body also allows me to enjoy my 3 grandchildren.
I’m Beautiful: Loving myself even next to my buff bestie.”
I am beautiful: I love my hips and curves
Shelley (51 !!)
I’m Beautiful and I love my Blonde Hair
I am Beautiful – I love my stomach because I carried 3 babies in there and I have earned my “tiger stripes.”
Sharon – Marathon Mommy
I’m beautiful. My body is strong enough to run a marathon, yet soft enough to cuddle with my babies for as long as they’ll let me. (P.S. Look closely at this photo and you’ll see why I’m laughing in it.)
I love that I am a Breast Cancer Survivor for almost 5 years and feel healthy and full of life.
Lindsay of Retailista.com
I’ve lost over 30 lbs in the last year and still have some squishy bits but learning to love my new body. I haven’t purchased the suit yet but it is on my must-buy list because my two previous suits are too big! But I promise to buy it and rock it!
I love that I have a great sense of humor. I can laugh and learn from my mistakes and never take things too serious.
Hello. I will turn 70 years old in 3 months, and have finally reached the point that I can accept myself as I am – lumps, bumps, bulges, scars and age spots! I had 6 pregnancies, carried 4 to delivery, and no longer care about the ‘railroad tracks’ on my belly – without them I would not have been given my 2 beautiful daughters, my devoted earthly son and my blond angel son. Nor would I have 4 great grandkids! I believe that inner beauty shines through ones eyes – I am told that I smile with my eyes, so I can truly say I’m beautiful, inside and out.
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