Make This Your Beauty Resolution This 2016

"Today this is a body that is loved, adored, and cherished by the only person whose opinion matters—ME."
by Ayessa De La Peña   |  Jan 13, 2016
PHOTO Facebook (Molly Galbraith)
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Go through the new year's resolutions of people whenever a new year begins, and we're sure that you'll probably see the words "lose weight" or variations of the phrase too many times to the point that it's already become a norm for most of us.

But Girls Gone Strong (an online community for girls about fitness and health) founder Molly Galbraith wants to change that mentality. The first day of 2016 was the first time Molly didn't make a resolution on changing her body. Read her inspiring and eye-opening Facebook post below. (via

This is my body. This not a before picture. This is not an after picture.This just happens to be what my body looks...

Posted by Molly Galbraith on Friday, 1 January 2016

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It is not easy to love your body because we've all been programmed to have these beauty standards that can be ridiculous at times. But give it a try this year, Candy Girls. Promise yourself that you'll at least try to stop changing your body this year, and keep Molly's last words in your heart: "This is the first year in as long as I can remember that I have made NO resolutions to change the way my body looks. This is a kind of freedom I didn't think I'd ever experience, and it feels really, really good."

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What are your new year's resolutions, Candy Girls? Let's talk in the comments. :)

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