So the average American woman is a size 12/14. Problem?I think NOT. BUT when you insist of not embracing those curves(or that cheeseburger you ate),that is where the problem comes in.
So I give you a few fashion pointers to keep you on the red carpet....and not the sidewalk across the street. (Please Note;some of you may be offended by this blog,but I say this all out of love)
1-SPANX are our friends Men and even smaller men wear them now!They can be a little pricey,but surely worth the investment. Sealing in your natural curves and not looking like a bag of rocks in your dress=PRICELESS
2-Purchase the correct bra for your garment! Finding strapless bras that support Gods extra blessings can be hard that does NOT mean wearing a regular shirt bra with that cute strapless maxi dress is okay!Cacique strapless bras are from the Gods!The support,lift and are normally buy one get one 50%off!
3-While we are on the subject of undergarments..... Learn your correct bra size and type.The muffin top thing y…
Lupus is a chronic inflammatory disease marked by its effect on various parts of the body, including the joints, skin, blood, and kidneys. It is a condition in which the body's immune system attacks its own cells and tissues, resulting in pain, inflammation, and often damage to organs. For many people, the disease is mild and affects only a few organs. For others, however, the disease can be severe and even life threatening.
Lupus involves the immune system. The immune system makes antibodies that work to protect the body against foreign substances like viruses and bacteria. Such foreign bodies are called antigens.
When a person has lupus, his or her body is unable to determine the difference between antigens and the individual's cells and body tissues. As such, the immune system creates antibodies against the individual's own tissues. These antibodies are called autoantibodies.
When a person has lupus, autoantibodies react with cells and tissues to form immune complexes. T…
Sept 25,2010- 2010 Walk for Lupus Now Cleveland,5mile walk Brecksville Reservation 9am-12pm Brecksville,Ohio To send donations please go to the link below http://lupus.kintera.org/faf/donorReg/donorPledge.asp?ievent=346208&lis=1&kntae346208=F77AF2E02E9547B7AEA2295904ADDBB4&supId=299105745
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My name is Ashley Randolph and I am your current reigning Miss Cleveland Ohio Plus America!I am a Cleveland native,Cleveland Heights resident and graduate.
In May 2010,I placed 2nd in the Miss Ohio Plus America pageant,and was featured in the Cleveland Plain Dealer.As the first young woman from Cleveland to hold this great title,I would love the support of my great city.
There are more than 1.5 million Americans diagnosed with Lupus. For those I love, I will be helping in this year s Walk For Lupus Now. I have set a personal goal to raise funds for the Lupus Foundation of America, Greater Cleveland Chapter and need your help to reach my donation goal. We are raising life changing dollars for Lupus research and education.
Lupus is a chronic, potentially life threatening autoimmune disease that can cause damage to virtually any organ in the body, especially the skin, joints, blood, and kidneys.
This year I will be walking in honor of my brother Jerome W.Jones who I lost to complications wi…