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The Story of How I Almost Fell Into Fat Acceptance and Why I Don't Need It

I use to be a chubby 8th grader. I also didn’t know how to eat properly and had no intentions on working out. I use to look at all the skinny girls in my grade and get so jealous. 487 more words


Outfitblogging 11 April 2015

Cardigan: Target (summer 2011)
Tee: Target (winter 2015)
Jeans: Torrid (winter 2015)
Shoes: Converse, at DSW (winter 2015)
Earrings: Torrid (winter 2006)
Necklace: gift from Matt’s parents (Christmas 2011) 224 more words

What I'm Wearing

Outfitblogging 2 April 2015

Cardigan: Target (spring 2013)
Shirt: sewn by me (spring 2014)
Skirt: Lane Bryant (spring 2009), altered by my
Socks: gift from parents (Christmas, 2014)
Shoes: Dansko, at Walking Company (fall 2014) 270 more words

What I'm Wearing

Round Pink

I both do and don’t understand trolling. Apparently pretty much no one is safe from it. It will be no surprise when Rebel Wilson’s accounts blow up with stunningly vicious comments after her appearance at the MTV Movie Awards in a Victoria’s Secret “Angels” knockoff outfit. 619 more words

Fat-shionista #602

I’ve been covering my legs very often because the weather has been cold. I rotate between leggings and jeans but I suspect shorts would be thrown into the mix soon since the weather is warming up. 50 more words


Fat-shionista #601

I’ve been trying out this new look without the eyeliner and if you’ve been following me on Instagram, you’d probably have seen it. I ran out of my favourite Maybelline eyeliner and they don’t sell it in the US! 89 more words


The Lie of The Perfect Selfie: Why The Angles Don't Matter

I’m pretty sure that most of us have heard reference to “the angles” in some way shape or form. Ever since the long lost days of MySpace (the birthplace of the ‘selfie’ in my opinion) people have talked about (an berated people for using) the perfect angle from which to take a picture of yourself to make sure you look your best; and most of the time ‘your best’ means your thinnest. 683 more words

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