Body Conscious

Hey guys!

How are you all? I hope you’re having a lovely summer! At the moment I am on vacation in Boston. If you are a long time reader you would know that I am originally from Boston and my whole family lives here. I am currently staying at my grandmothers house where most of my family and friends hang out at while we’re here. They have a pool and we’re always having parties and friend over to swim and have bbq’s. I get so self conscious around everyone. I struggle a lot with body positivity and eating right. I suffer from an eating disorder so its a real struggle for me. All my friends are a lot skinnier and small than me. I’m quite a curvy girl and I’ve always hated my curves! I was just always told they weren’t pretty. By the media, by people I know, by myself. I recently had a group of friends come over for a little get together at the pool and I felt so uncomfortable! There was also this guy I like that was there and I was so anxious and jittery around him.

Today I went to an amusement park that had a bunch of waterslide rides. I was actually contemplating just going in my clothes I was scared of getting judged by these strangers. Ahhh I don’t know why I’m like this. Arghh. Anyway other than that Boston is going very well!! We’ve been looking gat houses while we’re here and we saw the perfect house!!! It is on a lake and its so amazing and I love it so much 🙂

Sorry for the short update. Working on something for you all 😉

I hope you all have a lovely day ❤

Sarah xxx

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4 thoughts on “Body Conscious

  1. Hi Sarah,

    I’ve really enjoyed reading your blog!

    I’m working as a researcher for a documentary film called Girls on the Bus for TVO (Canadian equivalent to PBS) and are looking for girls who might be interested in participating. The film will follow teenage girls in their final year of high school and the struggles they face

    The film is by Maureen Judge, whose previous TVO documentary, My Millennial Life, is about today’s twenty-somethings struggling to eke out a living. It won the 2017 Canadian Screen Award for Best Documentary Program.

    Please feel to get in touch via email rebecca(at)makinmovies.ca if you have any questions or if you think you might be interested in participating. I’ve also attached a link to the website in case you have any questions.

    Thanks,
    Rebecca

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  2. Honestly, curves are so much nicer than stick thin bodies. You should not think about strangers that judge you because you will probably never see them again.
    “Those who matter don’t mind and those who mind don’t matter.” – Dr. Seuss.
    Also, can I follow you pls? I am new to this blogging thing.
    Caity x

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