We all know the way to lose weight, don’t we? Eat less, move more. It’s a simple equation, so why are some of us still struggling? You want to look…
Written by Lynsey Last updated: April 12, 2012
Getting married is the perfect chance to re-discover your enjoyment of style, clothes and shopping, and the time to celebrate who you are as a woman. You want to look your best on your wedding day. It’s easy to let the stress of it all catch up and take over, but if you want to feel fabulous and look like the goddess you really are then here’s a handy guide just for you.
Get professional and friendly advice on which styles suit you best and make sure you are confident that your wedding dress is for you. Dress for your shape and you’ll make sure you have something that flatters you perfectly.
Aim to do 30 minutes of exercise every day. Have fun getting fit with friends and you’ll soon have bags more energy to deal with the impending day. Confetti brides swear by a regular exercise regime to get fit.
Break out of your comfort zone and try something you never have before. This will reduce your fears so you can live a life with fewer barriers and limitations.
Don’t be tempted to crash diet. Unrealistic and restrictive goals will only end in disappointment when they are too difficult to adhere to, and you may also starve yourself of vital nutrients and calories. You’re bound to burn more than usual with all the preparation and excitement. So eat sensibly and keep healthy in the run up to your wedding. It’s so important to eat healthy so you feel fit and great all the time. Plus, tortuous diets can make it even harder for you to lose weight.
You can forgive yourself a few girls’ nights out, and if you are celebrating remember to choose diet mixers for a lower calorie option and alternate your drinks with non-alcoholic ones. But the easiest way to feel fab is to stop drinking alcohol. It may be hard to resist on the night, but you’ll thank yourself for it in the morning.
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