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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“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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Godiva Boutique’s first bloggers party

Tonight, I was one of the lucky ladies to be invited to Godiva Boutique‘s first bloggers party. For those of you who aren’t familiar with the shop, it’s a haven of quirky-gorgeousness located on Edinburgh‘s Grassmarket. In their own words Godiva is; ”Unconventional, innovative and liberated.” They ”strive against the soul sucking monotony of fast food fashion […]

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Ashley Roberts for Key Fashion

Former Pussycat doll Ashley Roberts has designed a range of dresses for Key Fashion. The collection ranges from a UK size 8 to 16 and is, I think, very true to her own sense of style, I can see her wearing every piece. The range is priced between £140 – £495 so it’s not necessarily affordable for everyone. Here’s […]

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Girl Guides are ‘free to be me’

Girlguiding is teaming up with Dove’s Self-Esteem Project (an initiative to promote real women’s bodies) in the hope it will help girls develop body confidence in an age where young girls are dieting, considering cosmetic surgery and comparing their bodies to   celebrities. The ‘Free Being Me’ badge will also be available to Brownies aged seven to ten, who […]

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