Your fitness doesn’t define your worth

One of the downsides of “fitness culture” becoming more mainstream is how easy it can be to view fitness as a barometer of worthiness. It’s not. The truth is, you’d be a worthwhile person even if you never exercised again!

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On bodies…

Looking the way most people look isn’t a personal failing. Most people put weight on around the abdomen around menopause. Not because they’re making bad decisions, but because bodies do that. Most people have cellulite and stretch marks and some … Read More

Taking charge

A big part of the fitness and diet industries is the idea that people can’t be trusted to look after their own bodies, that they need to hand over control to someone else to pull them into line and set … Read More