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It’s heating up and sometimes there is no escaping the heat. Tinted windows, large hat, air-conditioning and short skirts are perfect if it’s the weekend, but if you have to go to work in it. That’s a different story
“Do yoga instead”, they say. “It will be much better than high impact”, they say. Yeah right. So, I don’t have to wrestle with a high impact sports bra, but I do still have to pretzel myself with some major obstacles in the way — my breasts!
Is this normal? Am I normal? Why is this happening? These are some of the most searched phrases on search engines. Every woman has questions about herself or what is happening to her. Not only do we want to know why this is, but we also question how many others are in the same boat.
The world is your oyster and we sure as day won’t tell you how to dress. Heck, no one should tell you how to dress! But chances are, if you’re a fuller busted gal you’ve faced some clothes shopping challenges and fitting room frustrations.
When you are fuller busted, you will usually be told that you need a LOT of bras. In actual fact, because you are fuller busted, you will most likely need less.
What is a bralette and how is it supposed to fit?
Welcome to the year 2020. Life these days sounds like a B grade movie, but each day doesn’t need to be that way. Here are some simple ways to ride out home life and practice self-care without tearing your hair out.
The best way to kickstart your body confidence journey is to learn to love everything that makes up you as a whole. Here are a few tips to get you started.
“She is free to do what she wants, and she is free not to do it.” — Nawal El Saawadi
The Oxford English Dictionary’s definition of ‘Modern’ is: “Relating to the present or recent times as opposed to the remote past.”
We are living in an age where the model celebrity is not a carbon copy shape of the 90s. The time to embrace everyone’s individuality is here now, but there are some narrow-minded laggers who are living in the dark ages. Body shaming is unfortunately still a thing coming…
“I’m a D cup”, “She was as big as a handful”, “My sister is a G cup”. We’ve all heard phrases like these, but in the wise words of Einstein, it’s all relative.