& # 39; You do NOT need abs to enjoy the summer! & # 39; Blogger, 28, is praised for her & # 39; real & # 39; Instagram snap – proves that every body is a bikini body
- The Australian influencer Kate Writer is praised for her latest bikini photo
- The former fitness blogger places snaps on social media with her & # 39; errors and everything & # 39;
- Fans flocked to thank Mrs. Writer for inspiring positive body and self-acceptance
Australian influencer Kate Writer, 28, has received much praise for her latest bikini photo.
The former fitness blogger – aka Dedicated lifestyle – went to Instagram to encourage her 134,000 followers to normalize all body types and release uncertainties about cellulite and abdominal roles and by sharing a smiling piece of herself in a two-part piece.
The photo has since collected nearly 10,000 likes and dozens of responses that thank the blast in New South Wales for promoting positive body and self-acceptance.
New South Wales influencer Kate Writer (photo) has won praise on social media for encouraging women to embrace their natural body shapes
& # 39; It's time to NORMALIZE our bodies! & # 39; Mrs. Writer wrote in the caption.
& # 39; The cellulite, stretch marks, back rollers, flabby arms, pancake bum, uneven skin, whatever it is – let's consider why they are seen as shameful. What is the real reason why we hate them & # 39; and why don't we have enough faith to show them?
& # 39; Let's get real, we're not born to hate these parts of our body, so what's changed?
& # 39; Call me crazy, but I am here to tell you that you do NOT need abdominal muscles to enjoy the summer, you do not have to starve and be robbed to wear a bikini and no one deserves the feeling that they have to take up less space to fit in. & # 39;
& # 39; What if we start to love the skin we are in (including stretch marks) and stop thinking that we need to find a certain way to enjoy life. No more hiding, no more shame and no more judgment. Time to stop waiting and start living. & # 39;
The message apparently resonated online with fans who flocked to the responses to show their support.
& # 39; You have just stalked your entire Insta life. Thank you for doing what you do! You are sunshine in human form, & a follower wrote.
Mrs. Writer, who was once a diet and fitness fanatic, regularly publishes photos of swimwear in which she encourages followers to love the skin they are in.
& # 39; I'm here for this and I'm not going to hide my beautiful body anymore. I love seeing real women with their mistakes and everything on my timeline – keep sharing because you're beautiful! & # 39; another said.
A fan revealed that Mrs. Writer's post prompted her to wear a crop top that she would normally avoid & # 39; whatever the cost & # 39 ;.
A young fan offered very warm words of thanks and said: & Your messages are what I need every day. You're so inspiring – it's hard to be a teenage girl these days. I love you so much that you continue to post such positive things. & # 39;
Followers called Mrs. Writer an inspiration and thanked her for the confidence that they wore whatever they wanted
Mrs Writer first became known in 2016 when she presented the results of her 50 kg weight loss (shown here for five years in succession)
Ms. Writer first became known in 2016 when she shared the results before and after her 50 kg weight loss.
Earlier this year, she revealed that her stunning transformation has left her feeling & # 39; fixed & # 39; left alone and obsessed with maintaining her slender physique, to the point that no dress size would ever be small enough.
Mrs. Writer wrote in a candid Instagram post and admitted that it was a relief to finally be free from a dietary culture and now regarded her as more than a number on the scales.
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