MAMASITA EXCLUSIVE: Molly Sims Discusses Body Image, Balancing Family And Work Life
Let’s face it, working out and achieving your health and fitness goals is hard work. But moms face even more challenges: being up all night with the kids, demanding work schedules, after school activities, social and family obligations – it’s near impossible to find time for yourself, let alone time to hit the gym. I know time gets pretty scarce for me as a full-time working mom of four. So, when can I take care of me? And when I do have time for myself, how can I not feel so guilty about taking that time?
Finding that family/work-life balance is challenging. Moms certainly want to look and feel their best but many times they end up shaming their bodies or not allowing themselves to ask for help when they need it. Model, actress and mom of two young children, Molly Sims, knows this all too well — her experience as a busy working mom forced her to step up her self-care game and – in addition to eating right and exercising – take some extra steps to help get her body back. Like most moms, she juggles a demanding career associated with long days and travel, all while managing to raise a family and lead a healthy lifestyle.
Danity Donnaly recently had the chance to talk with Molly about her personal story of post-baby body struggles and offer tips to help moms look and feel their best. And believe it or not, even though she is a well-known supermodel with a team surrounding her, she does struggle with these same issues that we do!
Check out our fun interview with the down-to-earth, amazingly gorgeous Molly Sims below!
And don’t forget to pick up Molly’s new book. It really is one of the best celebrity wellness books out there today.
For more on Molly, check out her website here.
ABOUT MOLLY SIMS:
Molly Sims is recognized for her work as an actress, model, active humanitarian and author. She is often noted for her savvy sense of style and fashion, which she showcases on her website, MollySims.com. The site offers readers original content on everything from beauty and fashion, to health and wellness and everything in between. Molly recently added author to her list of credits with her book, The Everyday Supermodel: My Beauty, Fashion, and Wellness Secrets Made Simple, which was released in January 2015 and reached the New York Times bestseller list. Molly has guest starred on the TBS show “Men At Work” and played the manipulative Delinda Deline for 5 seasons on NBC’s hit television series, “Las Vegas.” Molly has also appeared on the silver screen in feature films including the 2008 hit, “Yes Man” starring Jim Carrey, “Fired Up” with John Michael Higgins in 2009, “The Benchwarmers,” produced for Revolution Studios by Happy Madison Productions’ Adam Sandler and Jack Giarraputo, and “Starsky & Hutch” in 2004. Sims also hosted Lifetime’s competition series “Project Accessory,” an eight-episode, hour-long series with 12 aspiring artists vying to break new ground in the world of accessories. Molly gained even more attention as a model from her sultry images in Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue four years consecutively. She has been featured in advertising campaigns for CoverGirl, Jimmy Choo, Old Navy, Michael Kors, Victoria’s Secret, M&Ms, Nautica, Armani, Chanel and H&M. A native of Murray, KY, Sims now resides in Los Angeles with her family.
Interview conducted by Danity Donnaly
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