First, we hope you and everyone near and dear to you have stayed safe and healthy throughout the uncertainties of the COVID pandemic. If so, you are very fortunate and have a lot to be grateful for.
But, that doesn’t mean the gradual reopening of workplaces, shopping centres, restaurants, and more, won’t come with some added anxiety. After all, we’ve been more or less in lockdown for about six months. A time when, because we weren’t going outside the house as often, we may have put our physical health on the backburner, just at least a little.
Face the World With Confidence
For many, readjusting to going back to work regularly, or even just occasionally, might be as big a transition, or more, than when you first started working from home. If you let your healthy eating habits go, or you couldn’t keep up your exercise routine because gyms were closed, you may have noticed a few extra pounds.
Combined with the more pronounced appearance of cellulite that can result from added weight, the transition back to life outside the home can be helped with a little shot of confidence. And here are a few tips to give it just that.
Embrace Body Positivity - You should do this anyway, whether you need to get back into shape or not. Having a positive body image is not only key to accepting yourself as you are, but to also get a different perspective on things like your cellulite.
Cellulite doesn’t mean you’re unhealthy, or that there is anything wrong with you. So, if you’re worried about cellulite, it's because you’re worried about what other people think. The more you appreciate who you are and everything you have, the less you’ll worry about cellulite.
Dress Slimmer - Yes, darker clothing, including that little black dress, helps to make you look slimmer. But so does a belt or tie around your waist in almost any dress, a v-neck sweater and a crisp sport jacket, among other fashion choices.
- Wear Shapewear - We can talk all day about being more positive and wearing the right clothing, but you might still just want to look instantly slimmer. Shapewear can make it happen. Compression shapewear, like Secret Slim Compression Shorts, instantly adds flattering shape, hides comfortably under your favourite jeans, skirts and dresses and has an anti-cellulite firming effect on your hips, buttocks and thighs while you wear them.
If you enjoyed this post, you can learn more about about positivity by checking out our article “A Review of #BodyPositivity on Social Media”.