Being body positive is not just about your weight. It’s about accepting all aspects of your body (your body hair, your acne, your cellulite, your freckles) no matter what society deems as acceptable and/or beautiful.
I’m not crying, you’re crying.
Here’s an email one influencer tweeted in which she was offered $11,850 (along with a commission) for a single post.
It’s all fun and games until you find out you’ve got the same boo.
Can your Instagram page show if you’re depressed, or are people pointing fingers at social media and the narcissistic selfie generation?
Everyone makes bad decisions. But not everyone carries those bad decisions around on their body for the rest of their life.
I wish that you were the strong, happy, loved woman that you portray.
There is a very fine line between being straightforward and being mean, being confident and being arrogant, being passionate and being ignorant — and it is the same with preaching and judging.
At least when you’re MIA from all your social media accounts, I can fool myself into believing that you’ve been busy, that you haven’t had a second to check your phone, that you haven’t actually read my message yet.
We’ve all seen them. One of your Facebook friends posts a long, wordy caption or update about how much they love their spouse or partner…