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15 Things More Important About You Than Your Body

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There are those who slave away at the gym for the “perfect” body, and there are those who eat constantly and watch Netflix, but still have the “perfect” body. Here are a few things that outweigh your bod, whether that weight is big or small.

Prudence: No one cares what size you are if what you do is foul and poorly timed.

Brains: If you spew out comments comparable to a 5-year-old, your body type is quickly overlooked. People will walk the other way.

Style: The way you dress says much more than the size of that dress. Carrying yourself with smooth grace goes a long way.

Shoes: Great shoes can make or break an outfit, and according to Jimmy Choo, anyone in great shoes could totally take over the world.

Heart: A kind heart shows through, no matter if you’re a size 0 or size 10.

Family: Your flock says a lot about you, especially if the apple doesn’t fall far from the bizarre tree.

Friends: Surrounding yourself with good friends is far more important than what pant size surrounds you.

Humor: Being able to laugh at yourself, and sometimes at other people, is way more attractive than being a bitter babe.

Honesty: If you can’t be honest, why should anyone look past your surface? It is rotten to it’s dishonest core.

Appetite: If you’re hungry for adventure and a good time, who cares what else you are or aren’t hungry for.

Drive: Big dreams and big plans overshadow a big figure. Go get ’em.

Silence: Being comfortable in silence is more relaxing and noticed more than being comfortable in a bikini.

Future: If you’re going places, who cares how many pounds of you is going to those places?

Confidence: If you’re sure of yourself and who you are, other people will be, too.

Past: Skeletons in your closet are way worse than having a skeleton figure. Clean them out, and move on.

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BlingleWhiteFemale

BlingleWhiteFemale (@BlingleWhiteFem) is a single blonde female who spends her days campaigning for First Lady. She is a contributing writer for Total Sorority Move.

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