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People come and all different shapes and sizes. Here are some life struggles that us petite girls go through daily. You were legitimately afraid they would think your real ID was a fake on your 21 st birthday.
I started to blog about my adventures in shopping for petite clothing, and soon a small community of women grew around my blog. I fell in love with the community and my ability to help other women build their own wardrobes. How small are you?
I'll admit it; I'm only five feet tall. OK, that's not true; I'm actually under five feet. I don't say that very often, because just admitting it, even to myself, is not easy. There aren't a lot of people my height; so, the majority of people don't understand what it's like being this short.
Being short in a world built for taller folks can be seriously inconvenient. Even reaching for a bag of chips in the grocery store can become a serious exercise in stretching. Alas, these are the things your average-size counterparts will never quite understand.
Girls who like small tattoos usually want to choose simple designs that will look good for decades to come. They also want to choose meaningful designs that will remind them of important ideas, people, or events throughout the years. This skull design on the finger gives a tough, punky edge, yet is still small and feminine enough that it definitely works.
If you can think of a word to describe my petite stature, I've been called it. Don't get me wrong — being 5'2" isn't one of my insecurities. In fact, I've learned to embrace it. It's just, you know, a glaring part of my who I am.
This article originally appeared on Medical Daily. Watching the Olympic women's gymnastics team and you saw that nearly all the athletes are incredibly petite and small. Simone Biles stands at 4 feet 9 inches, and her teammates don't tower over her by much.