So Worth Loving

T H R O W B A C K  T H U R S D A Y

For the sake of #TBT, here is a lovely video of our very own, Eryn. 

Her music career is essentially what started So Worth Loving in the first place, so why not commemorate the journey? 

Listen and soak it in, because no matter if it is a #tbt or any other time, you are always beautiful, and you are always everything you need to be. 

This song by John Legend is the epitome of how society is beginning to view women.

For years, we as women have been stuck in a mess filled with tabloids and televisions telling us how we should look to be desirable, how we should act to be worthy, and I’ve even seen ways we should talk if we want to be taken seriously.

We have constantly been left in glass tanks to be viewed at by everyone. 

Everyone had the right to point out every ‘flaw’ we had, and everyone had the right to say how we should fix those flaws.

We’ve been chasing after trends and striving for an impossible perfection.

So we at So Worth Loving are ecstatic to see that society is learning that there is beauty in everything that is women.

We are beautiful in any size.

We are beautiful in any color.

We are beautiful in any style.

We are beautiful in any culture.


If you or a friend needs a reminder to get with the times and see that their mirror is telling them that they’re beautiful, share this post and share this video with them.

Know that we were already beautiful before anyone else told us that we were. 

24-Hour SALE!

We are having a 24-hour sale on these two original delights!

This is our way of celebrating the fact that we have almost grown our Instagram family by 15,000!

So go to our site and snag a Nuts and Bolts tee (only $18) and/or our Ribbons and Curls tee (only $22) and continue to share the love of self and others! 

We love you guys!

Who doesn’t want to know that we notice them and value them? And who might respond to us better when they feel that they matter? It probably cannot be overstated – it matters…that people matter.

Steve Goodier


If you’re hurting, admit it. If you’re unhappy, that’s okay.

- Someone who thinks you should love you more. 

During the first part of our Love You. Love people. lifestyle change, we want to make it known that if you’re unhappy with yourself in any way, it’s time to tell someone. Isolation is the key to staying in the pit of negativity and self-hate, so find someone who you can fully trust to talk about it. That way, you have someone hand-in-hand that’s with you every step of the way as you walk up to the mirror and smile at yourself again. 

You’re never alone. 

You are loved.

We really want you to love you as much as we love you. 

I wanted to look like a “normal” person. I didn’t want to be defined by my weight. I wanted people to see beyond the fat—to see me, but we live in a world that is so absorbed with perfection and beauty that we no longer see people

We promote a false image of beauty that devalues the individual.

Andrew Winchell

Check out our previous post to read more on Andrew’s journey with self worth