Instead of Trying to look like those women why don’t you try to be like these women. Or better yet, try being and loving yourself.
Blog Image from Plus Size Models Unite
The rule at Blog Revue on Sundays is keep it simple. So, here it comes. “Eat when you’re hungry.” “Stop when you’re full.” “Drink when you’re thirsty (you can decide what that may be). “Sleep when you’re tired.” And for God’s sake (literally) “Start loving (or you can start with “like” if you want) yourself! Life is way to short and painstaking if you don’t.” If you need some inspiration then, bookmark, blogroll, e-mail, Digg it, or Share it, Plus Size Models Unite, the brain child of Angela and Elizabeth. This blog is a plethora of interviews with gorgeous real looking women…with…self esteem! Who knew? What is also fantastic about this blog is its interviews and focus on real looking women who are not models. You know, like all the women you actually know in your everyday life, and see in the mirror. Plus Size Models Unite is a God send. Don’t you dare ignore what God sends you.
Models do a Lot of Things all the Time. Who Knew?
Modelinia.com blog image of Doutzen Kroes
How any one reader will feel about this post depends on many factors, just as the Victoria’s Secret catalogue. It will depend on your gender; age; self-assessed feelings about your looks and body; weight; dietary status (meaning are you on one or not); level of self-esteem or all things fashion. You get my point. Despite my fluctuating opinions about all the above (except the gender issue…I am and have always been and felt like a woman-thank God), I have to give it to the Modelinia blog. It has everything, and I mean everything, your could ever want to know about models…who they date, what they wear, what their latest cause or campaign is, what their specific exercises are &c. Really it’s a teenage girls dream, or maybe a young 20 somethings too. It is the most comprehensive blog I have found to date, on the Internet about models. While our culture is celebrity obsessed, I remember growing up in a model obsessed culture. Boy have times changed. But, because we are inundated with celebs all the time, I have to say I want my freakishly tall 20-year-old, 6″2′ women with perfect features back on the cover of my Vogue, Elle, Marie Claire, Tatler &c. magazines because what’s a late 30′s, 5″5 (maybe a wee bit shorter) women to aspire to.
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