How to improve your self-esteem
Self-esteem is one of those things that can’t be fixed with make-up . It’s got to start from within. Low-self esteem can happen for some many reasons, and there’s not very many people out there who haven’t gone through, at least a phase, of feeling bad about themselves.
It’s really difficult to have a happy life if you don’t love yourself. And when you don’t love yourself, you can often turn to food, or alcohol, and other stuff, to make up for it. So you’re always putting a patch on it. You’re never really getting to the bottom of the problem.
Low-self esteem can strike at any time. For me, it happened after I had kids. I struggled with post-natal depression after Emily which led to weight gain, and I felt just bad about myself. Nothing fit me, and I felt so overweight and unfit.
Which is key here. The absolute key to good self-esteem is fitness, and good nutrition.
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If you’re not working out currently, I highly recommend you start. Yes, the first step is the hardest part. It sucks. Its horrible feeling like the most unfit person in the room, and feeling like your workout clothes are way too small for you, but you’ve got to see past it. We’ve all been there. You’ve got to look into the future when everything starts to click into place.
And it’s the same for nutrition. Yes, getting withdrawal symptoms from sugar is not nice, but you’ve got to look at the bigger picture.
A healthy you is someone who is going to look and feel great. It’s like medicine. It is the best way to feel really good about yourself. You feel you can tackle anything, and above all, it’s you time.
You need to make time the time to look after yourself.
You’re brilliant, you deserve it, and your life will literally change if you start.
Committed to your success,
Owner, Inspire Fitness