The other day I posted on Instagram about swimsuit confidence. I got pretty deep and since this blog is a lot like a journal for me I thought I’d post it here. 


Running through the fountains of the splash pad worrying that my legs are jiggling. Thinking everyone is looking at my cellulite on the back of my thighs. Wondering if my bum is more out of the suit than in it. .
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Lately I have tried to make an honest effort to not think those things and just be... be in the moment. You don't realize how hard it is until you take off your swimsuit cover up and you see all of these people around you with "perfect" bodies. .
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Here's what I have to think.. as long as I am trying to be healthy and Im working on my body, how could I have the audacity to, I guess the right word is bash my hard work AND the body god gave me? If I'm doing good things for my body like exercising and eating right I should not be self conscious. So much easier said than done right? .
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Well, here's to being confident. To taking of the swimsuit coverup happy and to run and play in the fountains with Halle. I can do this. You can too. Our bodies are a gift and here's to honoring that 🎉💗 #loveeveryBODY

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One of my all time favorite companies has these super cute bangle bracelets that have their company name on them, "Be Bona Fide."  It means to be real and genuine. So here I am, in a swimsuit feeling very self conscious but being REAL. I love their passion behind this marvelous company and you should definitely check them out. They are amazing. 




A lot of you know that my main goal and focus on my Instagram and blog is to promote self love. Well, as I put my personal feelings out there about MY body, I hope it can help you in some way. 

I love getting emails about this subject. If you want to talk about it, let me know! Id love to hear from you! kallie.cooper4@gmail.com!
HUGS!

Kal