Coffee Chat with K&K ~ Love Your Body At Every Age

Hi gorgeous! Kat and I were having a conversation recently and we thought, we need to talk to you about this too! So today’s Coffee Chat is all about appreciating your body at every age ~ as a teenager, in your early ’20s, into adulthood, and beyond. There are so many beautiful stages of your life and each one brings a new opportunity to love your body.

No matter your age or what your body has been through, just know that you are capable, you are strong, and you are gorgeous. Every part of you…scars, stretch marks, cellulite, all of it….tells the story of you and no one else has that. It’s special and worthy of celebration. We want you to embrace it every day. Snuggle up with some coffee or tea and join us for the chat below. We love you to the ๐ŸŒ™ and back!

xxo,

Karena

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Grab some java & join us for more Coffee Chats HERE! Kat and I find ideas for our chats from YOU and what we see in the community. What do you want to talk about next?ย Tell us in the comments…you are our greatest source of inspiration always ๐Ÿ’—

COMMENTS 25

  1. I am constantly amazed at how the body can adapt and change, especially during and after childbirth. I have realized and accepted the fact that my body will not be the same as it was before I had my beautiful child, and that’s ok. My body is strong–and yes, beautiful!–and has given me the greatest gift, and I want to treat it with respect and reverence by nourishing it with healthy foods and my mind with healthy thoughts. As always, thanks for the uplifting and inspiring message. :D

  2. What a wonderful inspirational message not only to us “women” but for the tween/teens too. Its so important that we spread this message to them, at such a young age, and often. Thank you!

  3. LOVE THIS positive message you girls are bringing. Thank you for teaching me to love my body better I love these chats plz keep them coming๐Ÿ’• Iโ€™m So excited for the 2018 ๐Ÿ‘™ series to come out it will be my first one!

  4. This is such a great message for body acceptance at any age! I’m a psychotherapist in an eating disorder treatment center and run a body acceptance group that focuses a lot on these points! Such a powerful message and a great reminder that we are more than what our bodies look like, we only get one body so we have to take care of it, love it, and not compare ourselves to others since we are all unique. Thanks K&K for another great coffee chat <3

  5. ๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’•this! Whatโ€™s in your beauty bags that you wouldnโ€™t do without?

  6. Loved this! Beautiful message highlighting the miraculous things women’s bodies are capable of. After 2 laparoscopies through my belly button for endometriosis and childbirth, I don’t think my belly button can honestly ever look the same and it sounds so silly but that’s the focal point of your abs and sometimes I catch myself wishing it was different and I have to stop and say to myself ‘wait, look at what you’re body has done for you, it’s beautiful!’

  7. LOVE THIS! I hear so many women making negative comments about their bodies at work. How do I teach them to have some self love?!

  8. Ladies, this made me cry! I think as women we all need to be reminded that this journey towards health is not always easy … and no matter what we look like, what we weight, or our body type that we are all beautiful and unique. This made me wish I was in that room with you both and could hug you … I needed to hear this today! Love you!

  9. Thank you K&K for this positive message. When I was a teen I hated my body, but through the years my relashionship with it changed and now I learned to love it. You message is important to remind us to do not take it for granted.

  10. Thank you girls so much for always making me smile and laugh! As a veterinary student and a marathoner, I’m a pretty Type A person – always striving for the next goal or to improve my body and mind in some way. Thank you for reminding me that we are beautiful and worthy and wonderful just by breathing and being our unique, gorgeous selves! I needed this loving reminder <3 :)

  11. Love this! I had to write down the mantra to talk to your body how you would talk to a good girlfriend.. Think that’s such an easy way to remind yourself of your own beauty. All my friends will talk badly about their bodies and I’m the first one to tell them “No! You’re wrong!! You’re beautiful!” But do I ever do that for myself? Not really… Going to make the extra effort to talk to my bod like she’s my best girlie <3

  12. I love your coffee chats! It would be interesting with a talk about finding your talent and/or passion – and How to pursue it? You girls have done just that, and are so inspiring. But the truth is a lot of people donโ€™t know their talent/passion – and How to find it. Just an idea! Keep up the great inspo and work! Hugs from a Danish TIU-girl <3

  13. This might be my favorite coffee chat yet, and I watched it with tears in my eyes. I wish I had heard this message in my teenage years. Like Kat, I too noticed that I was more shapely than the other girls around me and at that young, impressionable age, I started to believe that to be beautiful meant to be thin. If I wasn’t thin, then I wasn’t beautiful. I went through a rough season where I thought leaving myself reminders like “you’re fat” would actually encourage me to make healthier choices :( It breaks my heart that I started with the negative self talk at such a young age.
    This message is a powerful one, especially to the younger generation that we ARE beautiful, and strong and capable of so much! It is such a beautiful and powerful thing when women come together to love on and encourage other women. This is the part of the tiu community that I cherish the most. We’re all in different places on our unique journeys, we have different goals, different bodies, different lives – BUT we come together and cheer each other on along the way. I don’t think we can ever be over-encouraged or reminded too much that we are precious, gorgeous and capable.

  14. I honestly love this. I find it so hard to love my body especially while I’m in college because I’m always in a time of high stress where eating habits can take a turn and I don’t always have time to make it to the gym. ( sleep or gym hmmm..) so seeing my body react to these things negatively is insane on my self esteem. Thank you ladies for reminding me that it’s ok and I’m strong enough to conquer anything.

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