7 Great Robyn Lawley Quotes to Live By

7 Great Robyn Lawley Quotes to Live By

Robyn Lawley is the supermodel you probably haven’t been aware of. She has been the face of Ralph Lauren; the year prior she made an appearance on the cover of Italian Vogue. She is best known for this cover and she is also the first plus size model to be shot for Australian Vogue. even so she actually is a whole lot more than this – striving to remain an ambassador for curvy ladies all over the world!

Robyn currently resides in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, and runs a food blog site suitably known as Robyn Lawley Eats that she refers to as her place for “food porn, ” scrumptious photos and tasty recipes she’s prepared and located at local dining establishments.

Here are some of Robyn’s informative and wisest observations as well as lessons on life that she has imparted to the rest of the planet through her dynamics and works of art.

 

“Since there is an assumption that a lot of models ‘starve themselves’ to stay thin, I always find it both funny and shocking when people ask me if I ‘overeat’ or am ‘fed better’ on photo shoots to help me stay a ‘larger size.’ While I may be a total foodie and enjoy cooking, I simply eat when I’m hungry and finish just before I’m full — so basically I eat normally, whether [I am] on or off a set.”

 

“People think plus-size models don’t exercise – we do! But it’s about health, not forcing my body to be something it’s not meant to be.”

 

“The truth is I couldn’t care less about needing a supposed ‘thigh gap.’ It’s just another tool of manipulation that other people are trying to use to keep me from loving my body. Why would I want to starve and weaken my natural body size? I’m not saying women who have it naturally are unattractive. But I would have to change my entire frame just to achieve something that seems so trivial. I’ve been trying to do just the opposite: I want my thighs to be bigger and stronger. I want to run faster and swim longer. I suppose we all just want different things, but women have enough pressure as it is without the added burden of achieving a ‘thigh gap.’ The last thing I would want for my future daughter would be to starve herself because she thought a ‘thigh gap’ was necessary to be deemed attractive.”

 

“I am a self-confessed foodie, I live in New York and I am a model, cooking and eating is the best gift in life and I want to share that gift.”

 

“Even at my lightest, I just couldn’t get there. I genuinely really tried. I was counting calories, I was taking diet pills, I was dabbling in starvation. I thought you had to be skinny to be beautiful. And I thought I would never be beautiful at this size.”

 

“I hope I’m helping women to EMBRACE THEIR OWN BODIES…to understand they don’t have to be small TO SUCCEED.”

”Instead of spending hours lamenting over weight loss, I channeled all that energy into living my life to the fullest, day in and day out. What’s so amazing about being a size 0 anyway? Is it because that person exhibits control in a hedonistic world? Or is it just a tool of manipulation against us? I am proud of my body, flaws and all.”

 

Robyn Lawler: chair

 

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