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.
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.
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.
I’ve rounded up another summary of all that jazz that has brought joy into my wag life over the past month. So this September I have mostly been…
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.
I never had Yorkshire pride til I moved away to Manchester but, as it turns out, I love my hometown of Goole… Now that I don’t live there!
TW. Bariatric surgery is not a decision I’ve made lightly & I’ve made it known to all the counselors / dietitians / exercise instructors I’ve met so far that I’m happy in my own skin & I will always support the plus world. So why am I scared of the plus world shunning me?
The live action Little Mermaid will be an immense remake that I’ll instantly love. But, really, how do I feel about a black Ariel? And why?
The Grace, Gratitude, Grit journal is the most uplifting combination of inspiring reading material & reflective writing space featuring guidance from author Leanne Brown to be a wife, a mother & an all round kickass achiever.
To show our love & respect for the 22 victims of the Manchester Arena attack two years on, I teamed up with Take Heart to spread the love throughout our city.
It may seem a very specific thing that only fans or wags can relate to, the world of wrestling can teach us a few things about real life.