My Bimbofication Achievements
I started my bimbofication in 2016 after discovering it on Tumblr. At first, I never thought I could do it; I was so far from being on the same level as the girls I'd see circulating Tumblr. I spent years idolizing, studying, fantasizing, and reblogging before taking the first step into real-life bimbofication. Things changed for me when I stopped saying "I wish" and started saying "I can."
100 LB. WEIGHT LOSS:
Weight loss isn't an essential step to everyone's bimbofication, but it is part of my bimbofication. I was a chubby kid for most of my life until I reached my highest weight of 215 lbs at age 18. Being skinny was always a dream I thought I'd never achieve, but then somehow, I just did, and it was amazing. I'll go more in-depth into my diet & fitness methods in a later post, but basically between heavy cardio, calorie counting, & eating more fruit I was able to lose about half my body weight, bringing me down to 108 lbs. by age 21.
Sadly, I had a hard time maintaining my progress during our multiple Covid lockdowns & being in a bad relationship at the time, so I'm currently stuck in the 130-150's. I'm hoping that now that our gyms are back open I'll be able to get back on track to my ultimate goal weight, 100 lbs.
My hair may not look like much, but it's probably my biggest achievement of all. I was blessed with thickness but cursed with frizz and extremely unmanageable hair. I constantly have to use heat to style it, which damages it and adds to the chaos.