I was watching the video below by It's Jcanana. I could relate to what she was saying, and it made me think of my own journey with food. As it's something so personal, it's easy for other's to think from the outside "Why should you be self conscious, you're quite slim." I really wanted to … Continue reading My Journey And Relationship With Food
A grey cloud seems to be over my head these past few weeks. It makes me feel lost at times and question "What am I doing in my life?". I believe that it's okay not to know, whatever chapter of your life or whatever age you maybe. As they say it's never too late to … Continue reading Today I Am Grateful For..
I cannot tell you how many times I have been told this, and how completely opposite to a compliment it feels. It does hurt me how much emphasis we put based on weight, rather than health. It proves how visual and judgmental our society is based on appearance. You may of heard the typical "Go … Continue reading Why We Need To Stop Saying “You’re Skinny, Eat More”
It's seen in the news repetitively, that a model speaks out about body image. Whether that is being told by a Modelling agency that she needs to lose one inch in order to be their ideal image, or telling her that she is not suitable because of her body shape. A recent article that sparked … Continue reading The Skinny Talk In Fashion
This is a topic I've wanted to write about for a while, similar to my previous post on the skinny theory. Society is funny in a sense that we follow and we are persuaded by the definitions of beauty that the media makes, rather than our down to earth ones. In the early 20th century, … Continue reading say no to thinspiration
I've been having an itch to write this for a while, because this topic has been on my mind for quite some time. In this day and age, especially in the digital world, it seems almost as if we are never skinny enough or we need to watch our weight. Yet, promoting a healthy lifestyle … Continue reading the skinny theory