My name is Lauren. And my
goal mission is to boost your self confidence.
I know. It sounds like a pretty big undertaking, maybe even impossible. You’re probably asking yourself “Lauren, how are you going boost my self confidence?” Are you some kind of shrink or doctor?
No, absolutely not.
But here’s a few things you should know about me:
- I’ve been in your shoes
- I know how it feels to be embarrassed in your own skin
- I’ve learned from trial and error what works
In other words, I’ve been where you are, sought the knowledge to better myself, and put it to action. I’m not perfect, but I’m a hell of a lot more confident then I was before.
Running this website isn’t a job, it’s my passion. Although I’m also passionate about my job. I’m currently working in a nursing home taking care of the elderly. I love my job so much!
I’ve always wanted to make a blog, so I thought long and hard about what I should write about. My blog ideas included cats, working in the nursing home, fertility…and many others. I finally decided to write about my battle with cellulite. It’s an issue that has affected me for a long time and thought I could share what I found during my own research.
My own personal reason for getting rid of my cellulite was cosmetic, but it also helped boost my self confidence. You see, I gained quite a bit of weight during my pregnancy and that brought on both cellulite and stretch marks! Talk about a punch in the gut.
After my son was born, I lost a lot of weight very quickly and I was sooo proud of myself. The unfortunate thing is my cellulite and stretch marks were still there. It was such a blow to my self esteem. I lost all this weight, but I still didn’t feel comfortable in my own skin.
Lauren’s Unlicensed Shrink-like Advice
1. Cellulite isn’t your worse enemy.
So what if you have cellulite. 90% of women have it so it’s not the end of the world. Don’t let it control you. It took me awhile to learn this myself.
2. Whether you succeed or fail, I want the satisfaction of knowing I tried and will continue to try even harder.
If something doesn’t work out don’t call it quits. Have satisfaction knowing you did something about it and you’re still motivated to trek on.
3. You could fix all your cosmetic flaws and still be unhappy.
We all have different ideas about what happiness is. Reducing your cellulite may have a big impact towards boosting your self confidence. On the other hand, it might only be a small piece in your “happiness puzzle”.
Experiment With Me?
The “gutter brain” in me had a chuckle when I wrote that headline. No, I don’t want you to jump into bed with me. I want you to throw on your lab coat and follow along as we venture into the mystifying land of cellulite. Let’s experiment!
Let’s take a stab at it! Are you with me?
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