I posted yesterday on my Instagram story about the Australian standards not existing any more, it was a share really from another group that I belong to - The curvy design market. The post stated that our last Australian clothing standards .... so measurements for sizing were withdrawn in 2007 as they were no longer … Continue reading What size am I really?
As I join you to chat about all things Body Positive in fitness and health, and anything else on my mind at the time…..I thought I would share little about me…… So… 1st up …..let’s talk about the elephant in the room … yes I am a plus size woman, yes I am a Personal … Continue reading Body Positivity in fitness and health
There are many New Years resolutions made in NYE- I’m going to get fit lose weight, exercise more, walk more, enter a fun run etc etc but when it comes down to it those resolutions are never kept? Why?As a full figured (plus size) person one of the reasons is not having the right equipment … Continue reading Will you be making a New Years resolution you don’t keep?
Why are there no magazines in Australia celebrating body positivity Sitting in the harsh light at the hairdresser and offered an array of magazines, I am quite disappointed by all the headlines about how much weight people have lost or how they have their best body - which by the way does not look anything … Continue reading Why don’t Australian magazines celebrate body positivity?
Very few people know this about me but as it is R U OK day on Thursday 13th September and I am blogging and being open and honest and that will sometimes mean allowing me to be exposed I thought I would discuss my semicolon tattoo! Take Care! We all say it to each other … Continue reading When I was asked R U OK?
Why do women spend millions of dollars every year trying to change the way they look Who determines what is really beautiful? is it society or ourselves? I myself have looked at cosmetic options to change my face and body, my breasts in my opinion are too large, my belly is floppy and I have … Continue reading Who determines a woman’s beauty
Children grow at differing rates and often gain weight right before a growth spurt. Girls heading into puberty have monthly weight fluctuations. Weight is not an indicator of being healthy or unhealthy. A new and ambitious proposal to tackle obesity, plans to see children being ‘weighed-in’ at primary school. This move could lead to ‘labelling’ … Continue reading Is weighing-in children really the answer?