For far too long women have been taught that our bodies are broken. That we aren’t good enough. This ends now because hating your body takes way too much energy and leads to unhealthy choices. Your body isn’t broken. Your body is amazing! Make the decision to love your body starting today by reading some of our top love articles, books, and videos. These resources body love will support you throughout motherhood!
From fear to liberation, this is my plus size boudoir milk bath photo shoot story and the reality of what it’s like to be vulnerable as a plus size woman.
Over the past few years baby's first birthday smash cake photo shoots have become all the rage. And like anything that becomes popular, many variations come to be. I couldn't be more in love with Rachel's adult smash cake photo shoot! Rachel's two kids, William and...
You might not know her name but you’ve probably seen a video of her stripped down to a black bikini in an outdoor market and having people drawl a heart on her body – The Stand for Self Love or as it was first named A Stand for Self Love! Amy Pence-Brown joins us to talk about how this public performance art piece completely transformed her life (and the lives of those who witnessed it).
You’re shocked and appalled I could love who I am. Every lump and curve. Every dimple and ham. That I can be confident with a smile on my face.
If loving your body was as easy as proclaiming “I want to love myself!” we’d all be happily there by now, right?
Living a body positive life can be challenging. There’s so much pressure from society telling us that we’re not good enough. Today I grant you permission to start blocking out those messages and start loving yourself and your body.
Life is too short to hate your body! Below are 10 tips for body love. 1. Each morning look in the mirror and say, “I’m beautiful!” You may not believe yourself at first but in a short amount of time you will.
One of the most empowering experiences of my life – my plus size boudoir experience! I’ll look back upon these photos and thank myself for taking a risk.
She asked me a very frank, very five year old question…”Mommy, do YOU like your body?” As simple as that question is, it kind of took me by surprise.
Below are body love books that have the ability to transform your life! Jen McLellan, founder of this website, is the co-author of The Peachie Moms Guide to Body Love for Moms and has a guest essay within the popular body positive book, Things No One Will Tell Fat Girls: A Handbook for Unapologetic Living.
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