How to feel good about your body in perimenopause and menopause

The Dare More & Care Less solution

Can I seriously recommend this book? My friend Sally Steele launched her book yesterday and I believe it is a must read for all perimenopausal and menopausal women.

Why? Sal is a no holds barred vivacious Glaswegian living in Brisbane and she’s here to change your mindset about how you feel about your body and the clothes that you wear and the way that you shop.

As we go through menopause and perimenopause, our body changes. Most of us put on weight around our mid section and our necks thicken not to mention the arms….

Instead of getting depressed and down, it’s time to look at the way you think about your body, and ditch the inner bitch and invest in some self love and a mindset makeover.

We often shop to distract ourselves emotionally, and we end up with not only debt but a wardrobe full of pieces we never wear or hate. This is not only detrimental to the ever filling landfill but to our personal power, and psychology.

Your 40s 50s 60s and beyond are the time to not give a flying fuck about what other people think about what you wear. It’s your time to wear what MAKES YOU FEEL GOOD.

body image in perimenopause

As a fashion stylist the book is also crammed full with practical ways to review, reflect and reset your wardrobe. It helps you to learn how to curate your wardrobe rather than letting it be a reflection of your consumption trends spurred on by fast fashion. And most importantly how to dare more with your wardrobe.

body image in perimenopause

When we dare more, we gain confidence and be, do achieve more out of life. Most importantly we have fun, and gain that inner glow again. Sal will show you tips and tricks to instantly amp up your wardrobe, how to use metallics as a neutral, wear prints, rock denim and she shows you photos of real women who sue her #realstreetstyle hashtag on Instagram to share their moments of caring less and daring more in their everyday lives.

body image in perimenopause

Go get the book. And grab one for your bestie. xx

Body image in perimenopause
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