She’s curvy and she owns it

I was going to write a post complaining about my weight and how I’ve gained a bit but you know what? Not this time.

I am gonna sweet talk to it for a change.

I love you, body. I love you and always will.

My healthy body is freaking amazing.

That’s a wrap.

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13 thoughts on “She’s curvy and she owns it

  1. are you kidding me?! Erika! You’re there still…yay 🙂

    I can’t tell you how much I have missed ya. But I know life moves on and we do what we need to do to stay healthy and hopeful and living life as prescribed…but at least drop by now and then 😉

    Anyway, keep up the positive self-talk. Nothing comes from the negative stuff.

    You’re an angel as is, my friend.

    Hugs and blessings,
    Paul

    • I am alive! Haha. I have been crazy busy. I forget people do read me! Thanks for your always wonderful and thoughtful words, Paul. I am serious, you are the angel 🙂 Lots of love, and I’m back!

  2. Dearest Erika,
    I’ve been following your blog since quite awhile now from both of my WordPress accounts.
    You amaze me! The honesty and sincerity your posts reflect is simply profound.You are inspiring!! You have certainly come a long long way towards recovery, my dear!
    Please don’t indulge in self doubt a lot, loving thyself is the key to ultimate happiness ❤
    You are a beautiful, sensible and amazing young lady and there are no second thoughts about that! You'll be fine, hang in there. Keep believing in yourself 🙂
    Much love and warmth to you!
    Kiwi

    • I cannot tell you how much this comment means to me, seriously! Your words inspire ME! I checked your blog out and you are an amazing writer! Thank you for your presence here, and for following me. I tend to doubt myself even in what i write (surprise, surprise) and wether or not what i write is interesting to others.
      Thanks for encouraging me.
      Nice meeting you. Hope to have you around 😉
      Lots of love and the best vibes to ya!

  3. Gaining weight can be a tough thing to swallow.. especially for us women. I remember when I used to binge on drinking alcohol and food, I was at an all-time high in weight gain. When I got sober a little over two years ago, I promised myself I would get thin and stay super healthy.
    But time passes and we find ourselves so busy and life throws us into chaotic situations where it’s hard to find the time to stay fit. I gained 20 pounds this winter after writing my first novel because I work fulltime and had to make the sacrifice of writing instead of working out. But that’s the thing… we must prioritize what we truly seek in this life.
    If you are content with the way you look, don’t be too hard on yourself! Your beautiful! And it sounds like you have the right state-of-mind anyway=)
    My last blog post is about the recent weight gain and loss this past winter. Although I lost some of the added pounds, who knows what will happen once I get another idea for a book! lol

  4. I love this post. How is my girl? I miss you. For what it’s worth I’ve been down on my body lately and this is a good moment for me to just stop. The “I’m not enough” can sneak in so quickly. But not today, not this hour. I love you tons. xoxox me

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