What Would You Change About Your Body?

If someone asked you the question “What would you change about your body?” what would be your answer? As much as I love my body (most days) even I have a few things on the list. Pesky chin hair that’s a pain to pluck, my oh-so-sexy lady ‘stash, and I’d probably ask for a little less junk in my trunk. Those are just the first ones that come to mind. It’s okay to want to change things about yourself. To even dislike things about yourself sometimes. It only becomes a problem when instead of looking at those things as a…

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Befriend Your Body

There is no greater gift that you can give yourself than loving yourself fully. Your mind. Your soul. Your lovely body. I don’t know about you but once spring and summer roll around I get a little critical about my body. A bit of grumbling about the weight I’ve gained over the winter time, a little chastising about my tendency to make excuses instead of doing a quick yoga routine or going on a jog. A little discontent with where I’m at right now. But it’s still full of love. I’ve been asked a ton of times “How can you…

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Body Love Songs: Body Boosting Jams

Is it just me or has there been some really amazing body positive music coming out lately? Not just inspiring lyrics but videos that really showcase different body types? It’s bad-ass and it makes me so happy to live in a world that is embracing all types of bodies and body acceptance. It’s so re-affirming to see different bodies represented in the media. I remember the first time I saw someone with my body type on tv as a teen, it’s sad that it sticks out isn’t it? We still have a ways to go. I would love more emphasis…

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Body Love Boosters: A Guest Post From Danielle Yeager

Without further ado, here’s a post from the lovely Danielle Yeager. Most of us experienced a love-hate relationship with our bodies throughout our life. You started out not even thinking about your body; you just used it. Learned how to move, to run, to jump, and to play with your body’s help. Then you started to feel awkward in your own body. It changed and continues to change as you have gotten older. You became more aware of what you look like and, more importantly, how you feel about what you look like. Looked at another’s body and judged them…

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