I’ve toyed with doing this for a while, but never thought my work was good enough. However I’m learning to take pride in what I do, and thought it’d be good to give people the opportunity to buy it.
The beautiful Debs has come up with a new plan for #WeAreTheThey, today a group of bloggers will be breaking some so-called rules for plus size women. We are wearing the kinds of things that normally the fashion industry considers forbidden territory for us larger women. Because why should slimmer women have all the fun?
I was intrigued by a linkback I got to one of my #DropThePlus blog posts. It was written by someone in favour of #DropThePlus and on first reading I couldn’t see why I was getting a linkback, so I read it again, and then a third time. Until I spotted that the link to my… Read More #DropThePlus – please listen instead of misrepresenting our views
In case it’s passed anyone by, I’m not a skinny girl. Not any more. Not by a long shot. I can’t say I’m exactly fine with it, but working on it. So I’ve been watching the #droptheplus debate with interest. Here’s the thing, I get both sides, but I do lean towards thinking it’s not… Read More Dropping the plus and values attached to our bodies
I got a lovely surprise this morning from Hayley of Curves & Curls when she nominated me for a Liebster Award. I’d never heard of them before, it turns out they are awarded by bloggers to other bloggers who are just starting out, or have a smaller following.
For those of you who’ve previously read my blog, this post is a bit of a change of pace. I’ve found my weight hard for a variety of reasons, as I’ve previously blogged about (TW on that link), and now I know my health problems are definitely not going away I need to find a way… Read More OOTD: Not your usual princess t-shirt