And let's be honest many of the issues people have with their body come from genetics versus the image of beauty perpetrated by the media. There is no fighting genetics and the amount of airbrushing that happens within the pages of the glossy magazines makes those body images unattainable. I've started looking at the magazines as really great comics, at least the pictures, because they just aren't real and quite frankly my body type will not allow me to look like those starlets that grace the covers of these magazines. They are either too thin with very few curves or have more curves in the back then I have ever been blessed with (genetics, I mean I was born and my father called me Cracker ass, because my ass was flat, it didn't have that cute baby bump).
The reality of things is I am not completely satisfied with the state of my body, but I just had a baby, and I am not complete unhappy with my body.
State of the union May 27, 2014
Eating: Healthy choices but not putting in restrictions, only eat when hungry
Exercising: walking each day and home exercise program of yoga
Weight: 215 lbs (how nerve wracking is this to actually post this)
Measurements: Haven't done these yet, but will do chest, two waists and thigh and calves