The Bon-Vivant Girl, Nathalie Botros, Delights in Living Well
Skinny Jeans Can’t Buy Happiness. Ready for a challenge that could change your life? It’s a big one.
Here it is: today, take off your clothes, look in the mirror, open your eyes and love one part of your body. Tomorrow, focus on another area. Soon, you will accept yourself and be on the way to a happier, healthier life.
It worked for psychotherapist, health coach and author Nathalie Botros.
“I stripped naked and I forced myself to look at myself every day in front of the mirror,” she recalled. “Looking at and loving one part of my body at a time was difficult in the beginning. Slowly, I realized that I was not that bad. I saw nice curves.”
With a boost to her self-confidence, Nathalie began to lose weight and live a happier, healthier life. The striking blonde who looks like she has never known an extra pound or two, inspires others with her renewed outlook on life and her fresh approach to food as The Bon-Vivant Girl. In French, one of the several languages she speaks fluently, bon-vivant means well-living. To Nathalie, it is self-love, self-acceptance and respect.
The Bon-Vivant Girl is the author of “If You Are What You Eat, Should I Eat a Skinny Girl?” (Great title, right?) Born in Lebanon, raised in Turkey, and schooled in Switzerland, she worked in health care, human resources and in the Italian fashion industry before expanding her career in New York.