Model and Survivor star Laura Wells reveals how she finds confidence in her body
EXCLUSIVE: Model And Survivor Star Laura Wells Shares Her Body Positivity Secrets And Urges Women To “Unfollow Anyone On Social Media Who Makes You Feel Bad About Yourself.”
Model and Australian Survivor star Laura Wells is an advocate for body positivity.
And the 36-year-old has revealed how she maintains such a positive attitude, while offering advice on how other women can feel better.
Speaking to Daily Mail Australia this week, Laura encouraged others to unfollow people on social media who ‘make you feel bad about yourself’ and to ‘accept your body for what it is’.
Positive: Former Australian Survivor star Laura Wells has shared her body positivity secrets, urging women to “unfollow anyone on social media who makes them feel bad about themselves”.
‘I think body confidence is a personal journey. It’s fluid and constantly changing, but it’s about accepting yourself for who you are and not comparing yourself to others,” Laura explained.
“We’re all inherently different, we’re all made of different genes, so idolizing someone else’s body and striving to look like them can be really damaging both physically and mentally, and most of the time it’s unattainable.”
When it comes to the beauty standards of social media platforms like Instagram, Laura’s best advice is to be selective about the people you follow.
Philosophy: ‘Body confidence is a personal journey. It’s fluid and it’s constantly changing, but it’s about accepting yourself for who you are and not comparing yourself to others,” Laura said.
‘Unfollow them’: When it comes to the beauty standards of social media platforms like Instagram, Laura’s best advice is to be selective who you follow
“I encourage everyone, no matter what stage of their body positivity journey they are in, to unfollow anyone on social media who makes them feel bad about themselves,” she said.
‘If you notice that you are comparing yourself to certain people online, stop following them. You don’t need that constant negative mental bombardment.
She continued: ‘I wouldn’t be where I am today if it wasn’t for the healthy relationship I’ve developed over time with my body.
“Accepting how my body looks, how it is constantly changing, but more importantly, acknowledging and praising what it can do and achieve is vital to being able to do the work that I do in the environmental space.”
TV fame: Laura appeared on Australian Survivor: Brains vs Brawn last year
Laura, who starred in Australian Survivor: Brains vs Brawn last year, previously told Daily Mail Australia that she had signed on to the show not only to test her strength of character, but also to share “environmental messages” on “an entirely new platform.” new”. .
Laura is a model with a degree in biology and a passion for marine science.
“I will always continue to use my voice for good, to educate, empower and encourage others to make a difference in the world,” he told the Daily Mail this week.
Eco-warrior: Laura is a model with a degree in biology and a passion for marine science
Laura supports the new ‘Tread Lightly’ partnership of Voco Hotels and Wyld Bikes.
Bamboo bikes will now be provided to hotel guests free of charge to support sustainability, along with a ‘Tread Lightly’ travel guide created by Laura for eco-conscious travellers.
“Empowering people to make sustainable decisions in everyday life is something I’m passionate about,” said Laura.
“We as humans are completely and inextricably intertwined with nature. It allows us to grow, live and prosper, and if the environment is not healthy, we will be too.”
A Good Cause: Laura Backs New Voco Hotels and Wyld Bikes ‘Tread Lightly’ Partnership