Tue, 26 April 2016
I chat with Patricia Colli – creator and editor of BeUtiful magazine – on why body image is a feminist issue and on whether posting semi-clothed selfies is objectifying or empowering. In this episode, we chat about: • Patricia’s journey towards body positivity • The purpose behind the magazine and what inspired her to start BeUtiful magazine • Our thoughts on how major corporations leverage body positivity for profit • Why body image is a feminist issue • Whether we’re doing an in justice to body positivity by showing our bodies on social media • Where is the line between objectification and empowerment? • What did we think of Amy Schumer’s response to being included in Glamour magazines “diverse” issue • Plus so much more!
Tue, 19 April 2016
In this episode of Fearless Rebelle Radio, I chat with Noelle Tarr – non-dogmatic Nutritional Therapy Practitioner and personal trainer – on how to set goals and redefine your relationship with fitness and health without going crazy. In this episode, we chat about: • Noelle’s journey from feeling unworthy in her body to feeling acceptance with who she is • How she shifted her frame of mind around fitness from aesthetics to capability • The signs to look for if you are overtraining and why rest is awesome • How to pursue health from a place of self-love without a dieting frame of mind • Your morality is not defined by your fitness choices • What to do if you struggle with the idea that “not dieting” means you’ll never eat healthy again • Why Noelle (and I) hate the word goal setting and what she suggests instead • A wicked rant on how to feel inspired to move your body if you’ve had a bad relationship with exercise in the past • Plus so much more!
Mon, 4 April 2016
I chat with Theresa Larson – author of Warrior – on her struggle with bulimia while she was serving in the military and how she found the courage to ask for help and abandon the idea of “perfect”. In this episode, we chat about: • How Theresa battled with an eating disorder while doing service in the military and her road to recovery • What it was like to admit that she needed help – in the military environment - and how she found the courage to heal • How it felt when she was told to “suck it up” by the “Navy Shrink” • Why addiction to control was at the heart of Theresa’s eating disorder • How she was able to let go of that addiction and how she practices letting go of control • Why she felt it was important to share her story and how that’s been for her • How she continues to heal and manage perfectionism tendencies • What loving your body means to Theresa • Plus so much more!