Dirty Talk

Without much thought, we often beat up ourselves about the size of our waist or the thickness of our thighs. We measure our worth based on numbers and 'fat talk' ourselves when the LBD we want to wear just doesn't fit. Guilty? We all are. You, Me and every woman I know are guilty of cussing our bodies in the fitting room, and in front of our beloved mirror. We have to stop the DIRTY TALK!
In this Kelloggs campaign video, it shows the reality of how women see themselves and talk about themselves through destructive self-deprecation
talks. The campaign aimed at trading in negative talk for positive talk, encourages us to LOVE who we are, embrace our flaws (yes, even those lumps & bumps too) and Flaunt what we have.

How would you like to shop for jeans with no size number? Would you be able to find your size? Of course not, because we all see ourselves as size 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 22, etc. It's not about the number on the tag, it's about how the jeans make you feel: Confident, Sassy, even Fierce. Kelloggs built a pop-up jeans store to let women rethink how they feel about themselves, and in their jeans. See it HERE. Old habits are hard to break, so if you are still worried about that size # on your jeans, dress & tops. Cut off the tag the minute you buy them & fuggadahboutit.
This is FYI. Not sponsored by any company & no compensation received!

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