Kit, Print, and Video
I’m Feeling How Good I Look RN is a set consisting of a workbook, a kit, and a video as a tool to help young adult women to gain body confidence. The workbook explains what body confidence is and includes seven activities that helps the user to get the habit of redefining their own beauty and caring for their own mentality and self. The kit includes two sets of post-it notes, stickers, 30-day body challenge flashcards and a measuring tape that is incorporated in the user’s everyday routine. The post-it notes allows the user to write and remind themselves about their own beautifulness. The stickers are helpful reminders of body positive quotes. The flashcards contain daily challenges of self-care and the measuring tape is marked with confidence quotes as a reminder that size do not matter. The video is a motivational education to show the process of becoming confident about how your body looks when at a loss of confidence in your own appearance.
In our society today, many women associate the word fat with being ugly, leading at least 10,000 people to google: “Am I ugly?” 69% women these days are dieting because they don’t want to become fat and 81% of young women, starting from the age of 10 are afraid of being fat. Beauty is defined by comparing yourself to the unrealistic body images out there in social media and media because society says so. Many young women are discriminated for their weight and judgement comes about from many factors such as social media and family. These factors lead young adult women to lose confidence in their own body and defines their beauty less on their accomplishments, achievements, and personality. Women are made to think that they are not beautiful by their mental body image not from what they really see in the mirror. When society pressures young adult women to look attractive and fit into a certain body image, how do we empower them to be confident in the body that they have without changing their body by exercise and dieting?