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A Quick Way to Stop Comparing Yourself to Everyone Else

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We all do it. We see someone else take a fancy two-week overseas vacation, and we wonder why we only got to take a three-day weekend within driving distance. Or we see someone else’s stellar abs and wonder why ours have not achieved that level of chisel. But we’ve gotta get over the comparison trap and love ourselves, no matter what. That’s why we dedicated the entire tenth chapter in our book to loving yourself — it’s that important to achieving your goals! In today’s video, I’m sharing one quick fix on how to bust out of the comparison trap with one simple exercise!

Feel better? You should because you’re awesome just the way you are!

This is the final installment in our The Fit Bottomed Girls Anti-Diet video series, but you’re welcome to go back and watch all of the others in case you missed any! Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel, too, so you don’t miss any upcoming videos.

Do you compare yourself to everyone else? Ever tried to quit the habit? Tell us how below and on social media with #FBGAntiDiet! —Erin

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3 Comments
  1. Yes, I couldn’t agree more! Thanks for such helpful advice, it’s so easy to compare ourselves to other people. Especially with things like Instagram, I can’t help but compare my life to those on say, the popular page. Thanks for the advice 🙂

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  2. Great video and it’s awesome information you guys are putting out there that’s really empowering people. Our ego always wants to compare ourselves to other egos right? It’s always a challenge for me not to and I’m constantly working on it!

  3. Jess says:

    Hi Erin,

    This was a great video! I’m living in Cleveland and checked out your book from my library. I was so excited to learn that you also went to KU! I knew your name sounded familiar! I graduated in ’06 & was in Sigma Kappa. Congrats on your success! The book makes me feel like I’m chatting w/my Kansas girls again! 🙂