Really:10 People Whose Judgment About My Body is Entirely Irrelevant

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Margot Starbuck startles us into honesty about the extreme level of our self-judgment with her personal list of irrelevant judges in her life. See if her observations jumpstart your perspective? It connected so deeply with me that I included her list in one of the “Becoming Beauty Full You” exercises in my upcoming book, Hello, Beauty Full.


Ten People Whose Judgment About My Body is Entirely Irrelevant
By Margot Starbuck
  1. People who will evaluate what I’m wearing in church
  2. People who see me wearing unflattering Lycra while doing cardio
  3. People who are younger than me
  4. People who are older than me
  5. People my age
  6. The mail carrier
  7. People leaner than me
  8. People chunkier than me
  9. Men
  10. Women

Margot Starbuck is the author of six books and is passionate about the really good news that God made our bodies to be instrumental, not just ornamental. Margot lives with her 3 teenagers in Durham, NC.  Connect with Margot at www.MargotStarbuck.com 


From Margot Starbuck’s book, Unsqueezed. Used with permission.

Elisa Morgan explores five elements of beauty – Voice, Vessel, Womb, Scar and Sway in her new book, Hello, Beauty Full.
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About the Author

Margot, a graduate of Westmont College and Princeton Seminary, is passionate about communicating to individuals, in print and in speech, the promise that because God, in Jesus Christ, is with us and for us, we're made to be with and for others. (#neighborlove) Her first book, The Girl in the Orange Dress: Searching For a Father Who Does Not Fail, was awarded the Advanced Writers and Speakers Association’s best nonfiction book of the year for 2011. She’s also the author of four other books about giving/receiving God's love. Margot is represented by WordServe Literary and is a member of Redbud Writer’s Guild. Margot is a regular contributor to Today's Christian Woman and an editorial advisor for Gifted for Leadership. She is the confessions editor for Geez Magazine's Sinner's Corner and hosts an interview series, The Red Carpet, at Red Letter Christians. Margot enjoys connecting with audiences on campuses and at conferences, retreats and festivals. Some clients include Messiah College, Wheaton College Center for the Application of Christian Ethics, Friends University, MOPs International, Young Life Women’s Weekend, Urban Promise Ministry Summit, Lifest and the Wild Goose Festival. For five years, Margot coached Special Olympics basketball in California. After seminary, she worked in New Jersey as a chaplain among folks living with intellectual and physical disabilities. Now, at home, in Durham, North Carolina, Margot serves as a volunteer among friends with disabilities through www.RealityMinistriesInc.org. She also lives in a beautiful new community being built around friends with disabilities, in Durham. Dreamy, right? As a speaker advocate, Margot’s also pretty tickled about the work which Compassion International is doing in the world. Connect with Margot on facebook at www.facebook.com/MargotStarbuck.