This sideline of mine has really connected me to my body in a way nothing else has. While sitting this morning waiting for a client running late I felt so positive about my body it was almost like a physical force in the room. I was in lovely lingerie and a nice fluffy bath robe. I'd showered and shaved and used nice skin and hair care products and was almost glowing with sensuality.
These days it's part and parcel of my routine to consider waxing and manicures and pedicures and hair cuts and tan lines and facials and moisturizing.
I even tried running my hand over my curves and considering them from a male point of view - soft and smooth. Not fat, and gross and worth hiding - like society teaches big gals.
It really is like Fabienne in Pulp Fiction says to Bruce Willis' character. "It’s unfortunate what we find pleasing to the touch and pleasing to the eye is seldom the same."