At this point, it’s a little sad and a little comical that Kim talks (and thinks) about her figure THIS much.
After last week Kim twitted a bikini picture that looked visibly stretched (or at least her body and face looked elongated because of the angle) to prove the fact that she has reached her weight goal (see the highly debated post HERE!), now she felt the need to post more proof on her blog that she is, indeed, as thin as she wants (a few days ago she was the advocate for curves in a magazine) and included her sister Khloe in the picture – a picture which, again, is taken from the same angle and has the same unrealistic, inaccurate result (proof: Khloe looks like a bobble-head, which she is not).
I Twittered one of these pics last week, but I wanted to share the rest with you guys here. I really feel like I have reached my fitness goal and now I am toned, fit and at a healthy weight and I just need to keep it up!
Getting fit is great, being informed on what to eat and how to dress for your body type is great as well, embracing and loving your figure is great, admiring and finding inspiration in other women is OK too, it’s all part of being the best you can be at a physical level – but if you spend most of your effort, energy and time on your looks alone, I’m wondering about how much effort, energy and time there are left to be the best you can be at an intellectual, emotional and spiritual level.