11/05/18 My 10 Things Every Woman Needs to Know


After reading Austin Blood’s ’10 Facts Every Woman Should Know’ I was inspired to write my own version…


You may have seen author, speaker, and relationships expert Austin Blood’s ’10 Facts Every Woman Should Know’ around on social media before. In case you haven’t here it is –

  1. Everyone has rolls when they bend over.

  2. When someone tells you that you’re beautiful, believe them. They aren’t lying.

  3. Sometimes we all wake up with breath that could kill a goat.

  4. For every woman unhappy with her stretch marks is another woman who wishes she had them.

  5. You should DEFINITELY have more confidence. And if you saw yourself the way that others see you, you would.

  6. Don’t look for a man to save you. Be able to save yourself.

  7. It’s okay to not love every part of your body…but you should.

  8. We all have that one friend who seems to have it all together. That woman with the seemingly perfect life. Well, you might be that woman to someone else.

  9. You should be a priority. Not an option, a last resort, or a backup plan.

  10. You’re a woman. And that alone makes you pretty damn remarkable.

– Austin Blood

Reading these positive affirmations inspired me to write my own 10 things every woman should know. I hope you like them!

  1. Everybody bloats. Nobody’s stomach is going to be as flat in the evening as it was in the morning after breakfast, lunch and tea.

  2. Nobody looks like the images they post of themselves on social media all the time. The majority of images we see are of people looking their best with hair and makeup done. The photos are posed and taken at the best angles with the best filters.  

  3. If you didn’t do your make up or hair for a day most people wouldn’t even notice or bat an eyelid. 

  4. Dress sizes can vary wildly from shop to shop; don’t get hung up on them.

  5. You don’t have to look a certain way to go to an exercise class or the gym. Exercise is for everybody and nobody starts out fit, they get fitter by exercising.

  6. Feeling good about your body is a state of mind. It’s not dependant on the way you look but your attitude.  

  7. You personality is your best accessory. It’s what attracts friendship and love.

  8. Love your body for what it can do, not what it looks like.

  9. You can’t change your frame size, bone structure, or where you store body fat and muscle. 

  10. A ‘real woman’ is whatever the heck she wants to be!

– Helen Tomlinson