Instagram vs realidad: joven revela la gran diferencia entre cómo eres en redes y realidad
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Sarah Puhto es una bloguera finlandesa que arrasa en Instagram, no sólo por su estilo de vida fitness, sino que además por su constante crítica a la imagen que cada persona proyecta en redes sociales y cómo realmente luce en “vida real”. Y esta vez no fue la excepción.

La joven vegana, que suma más de 94 mil seguidores en la plataforma fotográfica, en esta oportunidad publicó dos imágenes en las que luce con el mismo vestuario, pero con distintas poses.

Instagram vs reality 🌿 Just wanted to post a silly photo today because that's just the mood I'm in currently 🙃 Before I'd never think about posting the photo on the right, but it's what I'm like 90% of the time, somewhere in a corner making weird faces and poses 😬 I usually get my boyfriend to take tons of photos of me for instagram and always have really odd silly ones that I end up ignoring and not posting 😂 Also I would've been really insecure about my armpit hair showing and my body not looking 'perfect', but I shouldn't care, it's how I naturally look! I am both of these people and neither is better than the other, just different forms of me. Nobody should be labeled as a Slut or hoe for posting photos similar to the left one, nor should they be labeled as gross for posting photos similar to the right. We're all just people doing our own thing, sometimes we wanna post photos where we feel great about ourselves, but don't forget about the silly "bad" looking ones too cause there isn't anything wrong with them!! They're a part of who you are and you should love it! Hope you all have an absolutely lovely Friday and an amazing start to the weekend! 🌴☀️ —————————————— . . . #lawofattraction #bodypositivity #beforeandafter #lifeisgreat #dowhatyoulove #natural #bodyhair #armpithair #progressnotperfection #bodyimage #bloating #bikinibody #vegansofig #girlswholift #girlswithmuscle #weightlifting #selflove #youarebeautiful #veganfitness #loa #fitnessmotivation #honesty #screwthescale #weightlossjourney #beyou #beconfident #selfconfidence #embraceyourself #manifest #flaws

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En la foto de la izquierda, la bloguera de 20 años luce muy favorecida por la pose, como en gran parte de sus fotos y, en la derecha, se muestra de una forma totalmente distinta. “Nunca pensé en publicar la foto de la derecha, pero es cómo soy el 90% del tiempo: siempre haciendo caras y poses extrañas”, admite Sarah.

“Estaba insegura de mostrar mi axila sin depilar y mi cuerpo que no se ve ‘perfecto’, pero no me importa, así soy yo al natural: soy ambas personas y ninguna es mejor que la otra”, expresa la finlandesa en la imagen que acumula cerca de 8 mil ‘me gusta’.

La joven además critica las etiquetas que los usuarios reciben según las fotografías que comparten en sus redes sociales: “ninguna debe ser llamada ‘puta’ o ‘fácil’ por subir una foto cómo la de la izquierda, ni debe ser llamada ‘tonta’ por mostrar una cómo la de la derecha”.

Una constante crítica

Esta no es la primera vez que Sarah Puhto comparte comparaciones y críticas con fotografías de su propio cuerpo. En varias ocasiones la joven se ha esmerado en mostrar cómo la pose, la luz y el uso del vestuario puede afectar notablemente cómo luce una persona en una fotografía.

“Para ser honesta, cuando me tomo fotos, tomo alrededor de cien y ahí elijo una o dos de las mejores para publicarlas después. Dejo las que me veo bien y borro las que no”, declara y sigue: “Quería publicar esto para ejemplificar cómo Instagram muestra lo mejor de la apariencia de las personas y cómo es en realidad. No debes comparar cómo te ves cotidianamente con las fotos de esta red”.

Sarah tampoco teme en compartir imágenes que muestran ‘imperfecciones’ en su piel como acné, celulitis y otras marcas; las que acompaña con potentes mensajes.

Bacne 🙃🌿 I thought I'd share something different today! I'm feel very vulnerable posting this because I know a lot of people think it's gross, but you know what? I can't help having them 😂 I wash my back daily and the bacne changes a lot with weather, my back just doesn't agree with the weather here in South Africa 🙃 sometimes I have less bacne and other times I have more. It's just a thing I have to deal with. I'm sharing it for all you other people out there with bacne to show that you're not alone! (We can be bacne buddies and support each other 😂). It's a normal thing that happens to some people and you shouldn't be ashamed of it. It doesn't make you gross, it's ridiculous that people still think it's okay to put down others for things they cannot change 🙄 but just know that when someone does it's not a problem with you it's a reflection of that persons personal problems, so please don't let them get you down cause you're a beautiful human and you don't need that kind of negativity in yo lifeee ☺️ This is me telling you that bacne doesn't change your beauty AT ALL. "Flawless" skin is a stupid thing made up by media where everyone is airbrushed anyway! Also that scar you can see in my back is just my scoliosis scar from my surgery, just in case anyone was gonna freak out about it 🙃 Hope you all have a lovely #friyay and an absolutely lovely weekend! Remember not to let haters get you down!! 🌴☀️

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This is the most vulnerable thing I've ever posted, I've been wanting to post about this for ages now but couldn't find the right words, I still probably won't but I'll try my best. This weekend was very hard for me, I got some really hard life changing news, if I received this news a year ago I wouldn't have been able to handle it and would've ended up self harming. As I said in a previous post, I got really depressed after my scoliosis surgery, it used to affect me on a daily basis but over the last year and a bit I have learnt to manage it in a different way. I no longer self harm, but these are my scars- I'll never be able to get rid of them and I wish I never started, but they are a part of me that I accept. They represent my past and remind me that I am a stronger person now. I used to be ashamed of them and would edit them out of some photos. I'm sharing this because I feel like I'm finally comfortable to show them. I am not doing this for attention, I know some people will hate on me but I just really want to help others going through this, so if you're one of the people that want to hate on me, then please dm me or ignore this post rather than commenting. So, this is going to sound cliche, but know that you WILL get through it. You are so much stronger than you know. I know things might be hard now and seem like they'll be like this forever, but remember that you also have good days. Remember that you are not weak for feeling like this, recovery is difficult, you will have ups and downs but eventually there will be more up's than downs, be patient and trust me when I say things will get better. Try changing the way you talk about/to yourself, you'd never insult your friend so why do you think it's okay to do that to yourself? Compliment yourself and when other people compliment you, accept the compliment, they're saying it for a reason! You are a strong and beautiful person. The way you feel now will change and things will be better again. You can and will be happy again. You are needed and wanted. Thank you for reading, I could go on but Instagram only lets me write so much. I hope this doesn't change the way you see me.

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Standing up flexing vs sitting down relaxed 😁🌿 I've worked out for a year and a half now, yes I still have body fat and I will always have some sort of amount of body fat. That to me is completely okay and I see nothing wrong with it because I'm comfortable with how I look in both of these pictures! I'm so happy with the way I'm eating and working out now and I don't want to change that to lose a bit of fat. A year ago I would've hated the photo on the right and done hours of cardio and starvation diets thinking that's the way to get rid of fat and that the fat would be non existent after a year of working out. I'm not trying to shame anyone when I say this, but I thought this because I didn't see any fitness people ever show their fat while sitting down. Yes I've seen posts about being bloated and pinching a tiny amount of fat on their bodies but I couldn't relate to that and it used to make me feel ashamed for still having so much fat on my body compared to theirs. So I wanted to post this comparison of how I look flexed and standing vs sitting down and relaxed to show that I still have fat on my body and it's completely normal to have fat, especially on your tummy area!! Also we need to stop comparing our bodies to people we see in media or real life- yes they are beautiful but you are just as beautiful as them, even if it's in a different way. Your uniqueness makes you, you, so don't try and change that. Who wants to live in a world where everyone looks the same? Just love yourself for who you are and next time you feel insecure sitting down when in a bikini, DON'T because you look fabulous!!! I hope you all have an amazing Sunday 🌴☀️

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Finalmente, en su cuenta, Sarah no sólo publica fotografías comparativas. Para quienes gustan de la gastronomía vegana, la joven de 20 años no duda en compartir decenas de recetas de todo tipo de comidas y locales, bajo su propia recomendación.

Vegan pizza 🍕🌿 Sorry not sorry for constantly posting photos of pizza, I eat too much of it and am way too obsessed 😂 Here's one that I made for Valentine's Day! I decided to add the recipe below because so many of you wanted the recipe when I posted it on my Instagram story 😁 Recipe (makes 2 large pizzas): 3 1/2-4 cups all purpose flour (if you want a crispier crust use bread flour) 1 tsp sugar 1 envelope of instant dry yeast 2 tsps salt 1 1/2 cups water about 40-50 degrees C 2tbs olive oil (additional 2 tsps later on in recipe) 1. Preheat oven to 220 degrees C 2. Combine the flour, sugar, yeast and salt in a bowl and mix. While you mix, slowly add the water and 2 tablespoons of the oil and mix until the dough forms into a ball. If the dough is sticky, add about a tablespoon of flour, if the dough is too dry, add about 1 tablespoon of water. 3. Place the dough onto a floured surface and gently knead it into a smooth, firm ball. 4. Oil a large bowl with the remaining 2 teaspoons olive oil then add the dough into it and cover the bowl with plastic wrap or a kitchen towel and put it in a warm area to let it double in size for about 1 hour. 5. After the hour, place the dough out onto a lightly floured surface and divide it into 2 equal pieces. 6. Cover each of the pieces with a clean kitchen towel or plastic wrap and let them rest for another 10 minutes before forming it into your pizza base with a rolling pin. 7. Add on any base flavour and toppings you wish! I used a ready made basil tomato pasta sauce, tomatoes, broccoli and vegan cheese (Sheese's Greek style cheese and violife's pizza cheese) 8. Put in the oven until desired doneness (that's not a word but let's pretend it is cause I can't think of the right word because it's Friday and my brain is dead 😂) I hope you like the recipe! Let me know if you try it 😊 and I hope you all have an amazing #friyay and a great start to the weekend 🌴☀️

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