While we’re housebound & avoiding the overwhelming negativity of social media, our saving grace that we should show our gratitude to is the arts; film, TV, YouTube, books, blogs, sports entertainment.
A health initiative that embraces both change and the happy fatty life sounds like the ultimate contradiction but I have genuinely found that this is a reality, & I’m proud to say I’m part of it.
Life always finds a way of getting between us & our friends but Cheeky Zebra cards are the key opportunity to remind them of our undying platonic love.
Imagine a Love Island of more than “beautiful people” living their best life in fully tanned & toned, accessible, cis gendered, heterosexual paradise in the diverse dream Casa Amour stay…
This time of year divides us into Team Fatness or Team Fitness, leaving my fat-positive-but-wanting-to-lose-weight-for-personal-health-reasons arse in the middle of a real life venn diagram.
After much soul searching with equal amounts of self loathing & self loving, I finally have a conclusion to last post’s discussion.
My review of The Curve Fashion Festival ’19, featuring the good, the not-so-good & the outright stunning… And the World’s Strongest Man!
A huge part of blogging relies on a social media following – actual writing capability doesn’t count for much in the overall success of a blog. Agree?
There are a lot of benefits to wearing our heart on our sleeve & being vulnerable isn’t always a bad thing; without a fall we can never get up.
I’ve taken it upon myself this Breast Cancer Awareness Month to compile an extensive list of bosom-based slang terms. Because, if we can’t smile for jubblies in the name of health, what even is life?
Oh em bloody gee, I haven’t been nominated once for the peer-recognition Sunshine Blogger Awards 2019 but twice!
We were taught that body positivty & body confidence were interchangeable only to now find that bopo is exclusively for marginalised bodies. And as a result of this there is a backlash on “incorrectly” using the term.