I love my freezer. We have had them available for our homes for just over 100 years and believe me when I tell you, they. are. a. game. changer. It stores ice cream perfectly for when you can’t eat your Ben and Jerrys in one go, it turns water into ice so iced coffee at… Read More No Shame! Freezer Food Meals Can Be Healthy Too
Weight Watchers, who are now rebranded as WW, Wellness that Works have launched a new app under this new branding for children as young as eight… as Young. As. Eight. It’s marketed as a potential solution to the childhood obesity crisis in America. However, a lot, and by a lot I mean, basically everyone who… Read More What’s Wrong With WW Kurbo’s Approach to Childhood Obesity?
If you are worried about your relationship with food, who do you turn to? Your mates? Your GP? Or maybe you might turn to many of the numerous blogs, instagram pages and podcasts out there #wellness? Turning to influencers to make sense, I mean afterall, they’re flawless skin, pert tits, perky bum and six pack… Read More Beat: The UK’s Charity Antidote to Wellness Wankery and Eating Disorders
Tanya Gold has really caused a stir with her article for The Telegraph titled, ‘Obese Mannequins Are Selling Women a Dangerous Lie’. Now I could go on a highly charged rant of vitriol, however I feel that this has been taken care of online. With a clear and significant backlash to this article, it’s dubious… Read More The Nike Mannequin, The Telegraph, and The Nonsense In-Between
At face value the body positivity movement may seem like the perfect antidote to unrealistic body goals, the continuous merry-go-round of dieting and the perpetuation of thin ideals from the fashion, media, fitness, retail, and industry that uses models and their bodies to promote products and ideologies. The incessant nature is that although these images,… Read More Why Loving Your Reflection is Just Another Unrealistic Expectation
There’s all sorts of bugs to be caught as we go through our lives: the travel bug, an influenza bug, the reading bug, and hopefully not the Ebola bug. I’m not sure if I have caught the running bug as such, but I am quite sure that I have caught the “Challenge Yourself with Disgusting… Read More Brighton Marathon: Hopes, Nopes and Notes
Getting active is and isn’t as simple as lacing up and getting out the door. Sure, to get out the door you just have to get dressed and lace up, turn the handle and put one foot in front of the other. It sounds simple right? Then why is it, that getting active is such… Read More Getting Active: The Preparation Position
“I looked in the mirror and loved what I saw. If I can do it, you can too” – Insta Influencer Of course you do, you epitomise the current beauty ideal: Gym Bunny Barbie, Health Freak Barbie, Can Survive In These Proportions Barbie – but this image is still unattainable for most. #BodyPositivity #LoveYourself Apparently… Read More What It Really Means To Love Your Body
How I moved away from compulsively weighing, through the weight anxiety to finally ditching my scales for good. … Read More Ditching The Weighing Scales For Good!