Monthly Archives: December 2015

A few good reads 12.27.15

50 Body Acceptance New Year Resolutions (That Don’t Involve Dieting!) from Melissa Fabello via Ravishly Healthy is Not a Game of Size from Anastasia Amour 4 Things Stopping Us From Ditching Diet Culture and How to Finally Let It Go … Continue reading

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A few good reads 12.20.15

Let Them Eat Cake¬†from The Huffington Post Nigella Lawson: Clean Eating is ‘a Way to Hide an Eating Disorder’ from¬†Yahoo Amy Schumer Isn’t Fat and Other Things That Don’t Matter from Dances with Fat 5 Ways to Say Eff Your … Continue reading

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These women will inspire you to write your own story (& love yourself while you’re at it.)

Camille DePutter, the incredible woman behind Storytelling with Heart, is a storyteller who coaches others to put their own journey into words. She recently curated a selection of work about body image – true superhero work. “For many women, the … Continue reading

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A few good reads 12.13.15

4 Variations on the Body-Positive Movement and Why We Need Them from Adios Barbie How to Think About Nutrition from Caroline Dooner It’s a Lifestyle Change Alright from Dances With Fat How to Handle Relatives Monitoring Your Eating During the … Continue reading

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A few good reads 12.6.15

The Best New Trick for Improving Your Body Image: Artspo! from Kaila Prins Why You Should Do Things You’re Bad At from The Everygirl Congratulations, You Just Cured Obesity from Dare to Not Diet When Wellness Makes You Unwell from … Continue reading

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Giving Tuesday: Giving Lives Back

“Secrets keep you sick.” Wise words from an amazing woman. A recent article in Salem, Massachusetts’ local paper is bringing awareness to eating disorders thanks to an incredibly brave family: Breaking the Silence I am grateful to know Ema and … Continue reading

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