This is my last shot at participating in Marie Forleo’s BSchool this year and it would mean the entire world to me if I won this scholarship!
If you’d like to help me, click the link above, go down to the comment section and click the little up arrow (voting up) below my comment (which is the 1st one if you don’t know my name).
It’ll take like 10 seconds if you don’t read my comment. Maybe a minute if you do. No matter what, it’s time out of your day so I’m so grateful for you either way!
Did it!! Please PLEASE give Andre Ranae a thumbs up! Just takes a moment! Marie Forleo is amazing, I got to meet her when I was in New York for a chat and she is as wonderful as she seems!
Hannah’s constant motivation for things baking in the oven
Do you like Michael Jackson and/or Derik Fein, and/or girls who think they are in music videos, and/or creepy towns??? Then check out my most recent vlog!! Emi, Eddie, and I get our 15 seconds of stage time too (pst, you get to here me harmonize a little)!
Jessica Lange for Marc Jacobs Beauty
Photos by David Sims.
Why is it so hard to believe that the human body is capable of being healthy at different sizes? That we were not designed to all look the same? That everyone’s body is different and no one deserves to be looked down upon because of the body…
yeah but time and again people keep tackling this idea that in order to eradicate fat phobia we need to prove we can be healthy at a bigger size and it’s not working. mainly because doctors are still claiming there’s a link between obesity and certain health conditions and that’s not the core issue at the heart of fat phobia. we just end up ostracising people who aren’t ‘healthy’ from the body positivity movement.
You’re absolutely right, thanks for bringing it up :)