It took me 30 years to come to terms with my body. I wholly accept my flaws and my curves as part of me. So much so, that now my neck lines and curvy hips no longer seem like a challenge. At this point I treat my flaws as mere facts like any other part of my body. My curves are as much as a fact as my dark brown hair: not just existent, but elemental to who I am.
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"My body has changed and yes I may have fewer hours in the day to work on it, but I have more motivation, more organised time and more ‘mombie’ energy (when you’re tired all the time but still get everything done?)," Jasleen Gupta.
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