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Health is Not Black and White

By Kelsey Klepper There were countless mornings that I needed more sleep but went to the gym anyway because, you know, “health.” There were so many days when I desired rest but did the work out anyway because, you know, “health.” I said no to the dessert only to just...

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The All-Consuming Body Project

By Kimberly Davidson London, 1966. I was 11-years-old when the English phenomenon named “Twiggy” was elevated into the national spotlight. Her nickname was “Twigs” because of her skinny legs. Naturally thin, a new fashion and beauty era emerged. Thin was in. Youth was...

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Are You Regular?

By Alison Feinauer I know...regular?  What's that about? Yes, exactly what you think... Well, this past weekend I was getting ready to run a half marathon with 5 other friends, and we were staying in an Airbnb in Nashville, TN.  Being girls who are pretty open, we...

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Life After Death

By Rae Lynn DeAngelis It’s intriguing to hear stories of near death experiences when someone dies but is brought back to life. A friend of mine had just such an experience a couple of years back. She went in for routine surgery but had a severe reaction to the...

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It’s Worth the Effort

By Rhonda Stinson Clink. As I reached into my coat pocket for the car keys a penny fell to the ground. Instead of picking it up, I continued walking to my destination. It was just a puny little penny. Not even worth the effort it takes to bend over and pick it...

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Stop Eating in the Name of Health

By Kelsey Klepper Eating in the “name of health” looks the same yet different for everyone. Why is this? The majority of people have good food / bad food labels on what they are eating (thanks diet culture), but not everyone has the same food rules. For example, you...

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Health is Not Black and White

By Kelsey Klepper There were countless mornings that I needed more sleep but went to the gym anyway because, you know, “health.” There were so many days when I desired rest but did the work out anyway because, you know, “health.” I said no to the dessert only to just...

read more

The All-Consuming Body Project

By Kimberly Davidson London, 1966. I was 11-years-old when the English phenomenon named “Twiggy” was elevated into the national spotlight. Her nickname was “Twigs” because of her skinny legs. Naturally thin, a new fashion and beauty era emerged. Thin was in. Youth was...

read more

Are You Regular?

By Alison Feinauer I know...regular?  What's that about? Yes, exactly what you think... Well, this past weekend I was getting ready to run a half marathon with 5 other friends, and we were staying in an Airbnb in Nashville, TN.  Being girls who are pretty open, we...

read more

Life After Death

By Rae Lynn DeAngelis It’s intriguing to hear stories of near death experiences when someone dies but is brought back to life. A friend of mine had just such an experience a couple of years back. She went in for routine surgery but had a severe reaction to the...

read more

It’s Worth the Effort

By Rhonda Stinson Clink. As I reached into my coat pocket for the car keys a penny fell to the ground. Instead of picking it up, I continued walking to my destination. It was just a puny little penny. Not even worth the effort it takes to bend over and pick it...

read more

Stop Eating in the Name of Health

By Kelsey Klepper Eating in the “name of health” looks the same yet different for everyone. Why is this? The majority of people have good food / bad food labels on what they are eating (thanks diet culture), but not everyone has the same food rules. For example, you...

read more

Help pioneer a generation of women who are redefining beauty.