Just like women, guys are being exposed to “perfect” bodies everywhere they look. Unlike women, guys haven’t historically talked about this insecurity because it makes them “unmanly”. So they just tumble with this themselves which is, you guessed it, not healthy.
"...when I entered the third trimester, my belly was all cracked and looked kind of crazy. I had never seen a pregnant belly with stretch marks before that. I only saw the flawless baby bumps in magazines and they looked nothing like mine, haha. It was difficult for me accepting the stretch marks, that had gotten so massive and were not only on my belly but also on my hips, and on my arms ‘cracking’ my tattoos."
We’re determined that what we create should have a positive impact in your life. Whether it is physically, emotionally or mentally. This will be the red thread in everything we do and what is to come. And we have a lot of new stuff coming.
Studies have shown that people perform better when they have written down what they need to do. Even more so when handwritten. There are a couple of things you can do to make your to do list even more effective and helpful.
As technology becomes more advanced and an intrinsic part of our everyday lives it is absolutely necessary we teach ourselves and our kids, younger siblings, nieces and nephews that their bodies are great no matter what they might look like. Whether they have short legs, long legs, soft bellies or rock-hard bellies.