Body positivity has become a bit of a trend in recent months. Although in some ways, this is a good thing as it brings about attention to the issue, bopo is FAR more than just a trend. I had a little rant about this for She Might Be this month, check it out below. . […]

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“Developing the The Body Confidence Revolution saved my life” | Metro piece

When I first started The Body Confidence Revolution, I myself still wasn’t completely healed. I was still in the throws of depression and disordered eating, but I was rebellious. After years of deep rooted self-hatred at the hands of bullying, I became angry at being angry. Something snapped snapped inside of me and I wanted […]

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She Might Be

  I’m so happy to share that I am now a writer for She Might Be! “She Might Be is the UK’s first completely body positive, online magazine and community that is written solely by bloggers, created by Georgina of She Might Be Loved. We are as concerned with mental well being and positive self image […]

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#EveryBodyInAds by Trinkets Jewellery

Trinkets Jewellery is Ireland’s top seller of costume jewellery. Stocking a vast array of exquisite designs, they’re known for providing glamour at affordable prices.  In 2015, the brains behind the operation; Fiona De Buitlear, launched a campaign  called #EveryBodyInAds, after noticing a lack of real-life diversity within advertising. The premise is simple but effective: Fiona finds […]

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“While there is life, there is hope.” #TBCR Ambassador Essie blogs about chronic illness

I’m sure anyone with a chronic illness has heard the phrase “you are always ill” spouted at you as though you’re doing it on purpose or perhaps, “you should do something about that,” as though you don’t already. I think it is hard for people who don’t have one to understand sometimes and in turn […]

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