Month: December 2014

Thursday Thunder: Clementine Desseaux

Clementine Desseaux

‘There’s no wrong way to be yourself’

It’s Thursday again! Are you ready for your boost of thunder? This is my way of applauding women I find inspiring. This week French model Clementine Desseaux shares her thunder thoughts on confidence and body positivity. I’ve been following her freckles and stunning features on Instagram for a while now. But this lovely lady has her own blog too. And she cooks. I want to have dinner with her someday…

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A Thank You to Crystal Renn

Crystal Renn

Ten years ago this picture changed my life. And no, I am not exaggerating.

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Thursday Thunder: Wilnise

Wilnise

‘Healthy bodies equal self-love no matter the size’

It’s here: the newest ‘Thursday Thunder’. My way of applauding women I find inspiring. Sharing ‘Thunder’ comes down to sharing thoughts on body positivity, confidence, self-love and anything related. This week Wilnise shares hers. She’s a pediatric nurse from Florida who has a passion for wellness and beautification of the feminine form. Every time I see her pictures on Instagram I smile back. Her energy is beautiful. And her words are too…

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A book about curves by Victoria Janashvili

Victoria Janashvili

‘An art photography book about beauty of women of all shapes and sizes. This is a book about confidence.’ That’s everything I needed to read to decide I want to back up this project on Kickstarter. And I’ve just made my donation. The work of Victoria Janashvili is stunning! And I would love to see this in book form. If it was up to me I would be in the book too! Read More

Negative Nancy

Negative Nancy

Relationships are hard work. We tend to forget that. At least I do. Sometimes I get a bit too comfortable and lazy. Everything is cool, right? We can relax. Well, not so much. Especially when it comes to the relationship we have with ourselves. Minor detail: the most important relationship in our entire life. Read More

Inspirational: Look at what’s right instead of what’s wrong

Loey Lane

Do you consider your body to be just right? Or do you see nothing but flaws when you look into a mirror? Do you like what you see? Are you able to love what you see? Usually it’s easier to focus on what you don’t like instead of what you do like. And clapping for yourself -and the parts about yourself you don’t like- is an even bigger challenge. Read More