8 Problems Girls with Small Boobs Can't Solve
In the spirit of body love, we always make an effort to stay abreast (teehee) of new ways to promote a positive body image. But sometimes, you just can't help but feel like you were given the short end of the stick, especially when you're trying to ask the saleslady at the bra store if she has any AAs in stock, and she's like, "We don't carry batteries here, honey." Or when you're walking out of the abovementioned store in humiliation and defeat and you see a girl with double Ds sashay past like it's no big deal. In situations like this, it's important to know that you're not alone, and that someone understands your struggles. Because we totally do! Remember: your cup size is not a measure of your self-worth. Now, let's go find those AAs. #coolstorybra
1 How to get a strapless bra to stay up.
This isn't supposed to be a belt, right? And oh, look, this strapless top is now a skirt!
2 How to stuff a bra in the least embarrassing way—without getting caught.
Step away from the tissue. We repeat, step away from the tissue.
3 How to strut in a bikini at the beach without being mistaken for a surfboard.
While we're at it: what kind of monster even makes bikini tops without pads?! We need pads in our life!
4 How to catch popcorn when it falls into your shirt.
It just goes right through, easy like Sunday morning.
5 How to wear low-cut tops without looking like you're trying too hard.
In love, as in cleavage, you can't force what's not there.
6 How to get the message across to designers and clothing companies that just because you're flat on top doesn't mean you can’t have a curvy bottom.
It's not a package deal, but you know what is? This super cute coordi set that I CAN'T buy because my upper body's an XS and my lower half is an M.
7 How to survive the pain of being accidentally elbowed in the chest.
No cushion, no protection. We'll smile and pretend it's okay but deep down, we're dying. Dying.
8 How to stretch your patience, because they all say you just need to wait a few more years until your boobs grow.
But also: how to manage your expectations, because they probably won't grow by much. We think you're beautiful anyway. Who needs a hug?
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I've been investing in arts, photography, and writing. I've also got back to reading the other day and I finished reading this amazing book entitled 300 Things I Hope by Iain S. Thomas. It is all about the things the author hopes his readers to do in all aspects of life. So, I decided to make a version of it with all of the things I'm hoping for.
I hope I get to see my friends be successful in life. I hope to make a big mural someday. I hope to be a well-known artist like the artists I look up to. I hope to marry the person I am in love with today. I hope to be a little kinder to myself. I hope to see happiness even in the smallest things. I hope to travel the world. I hope to be a good mother and a wife to my future family. I hope to have my artworks displayed in a gallery or an exhibit. I hope to learn more about creative writing. I hope I won't learn how to get tired and give up my passion. I hope I won't get too hard on myself whenever I don't get the results I've been wanting to see in my works. I hope to love myself more even on the days I hate it the most. I hope to lead and empower women; to be their voice and for them to believe in themselves that they can be the woman they look up to. And when I've reached my limit of these things, I hope I won't get tired of reminding myself that my emotions don't make me weak, hence, makes me stronger. These are some of the things I always hope for. What about you? What are you hoping for?
I started fixing myself this quarantine. I mean, I started trying makeup products. As a teen, I'm on my phone almost every hour of the day, scroll on my social media accounts, especially Instagram, and also Pinterest where you get to see nice and pleasing photography by bunch of amazing and beautiful people from different parts of the world. So I started taking my own as well. I did not know that taking your own photo and try to get an Instagramable one is sooooooooo hard, it's exhausting. I do not have alot of space in my room, and I would definitely not do it outside our house because of Corona Virus, and I don't want to be seen by our neighbors HAHA so I have no choice but to make tiis inside my room.
Out of atleast 25 shots, only 2 are a nice picture. While I'm all sweaty and tired, I am proud of what I could do beyond my comfort zone. And this definitely built my self confidence, (and I secret love the compliments I received from both people I know and don't know) It's not my first time visiting in here, Candy! But I'm new to writing my thoughts and experiences, so bare with me HAHA.
Until next time!
First. Pixie dust and paper cuts – these are the first things Wendy knew about Peter Pan. Aurora first met Prince Philip when she was sixteen. Learning how to ride a bike was also a first while I was growing up, but you are probably the first of too many. The first collection of dust and stars; maybe Luna will try to ask, who was your first? I might answer and tell her that it was you.
The first of too many stars in the sky. You are the first of too many fallen leaves during fall – and you will be the most anticipated snowflake as winter comes. A dark path that you can’t see without any light, hence, you were once the moon and there are the stars that shine so bright at night. Are we too early? Or we just really want to be ahead of time? Even in a glimpse, I would like to see the two of us connect as if we can reach the sky. There are other parts of the heavens you have never saw and other oceans you haven’t laid your feet onto – but the constellations will always wait for you. Close your eyes, love, close your eyes. Start counting backward: 5, 4, 3, 2, 1. Count backward until you see the twinkling lights that will guide you to the right path. To the right satellite; to the right person. A first.
There are many firsts – first love, first heartbreak, first sport you played, the first thing you do in the morning, the first thing you remember about the person in front of you. There are a lot. It’s actually up to us how we will consider something as a first. So, Primo, you are already a first of too many.