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When I started promoting the body positive movement, I confused it with body confidence. Initially I thought body positivity and confidence were strongly related. I did research, read blog posts, watched videos on YouTube and realized that it was two completely different subjects. People often ask me, “Megan what does the body positive movement stand for and how does it compare to body confidence”. Let me break it down for you guys. The body positive movement was created to help people with marginalized bodies feel entitled to self-love and show

In a recent conversation, an insensitive person told me the four dreaded words: Megan, you’re getting fat! As I clenched my lips, wondering how to respond, cursing the fuck out of this person in my head, I wondered why certain individuals felt the need to comment on another person’s weight? I live in my body, I’m fully aware of my weight. I don’t need a body shamer/troll reminding me of my weight. It took every ounce, every bit of self-control not to respond rudely. But as walked away from a dull and

Hello lovelies. When you wake up in the morning, what is the first thing you do? A few months ago, I realized that the way we start our morning sets the tone and mood for the day. Ultimately we cannot control what the day has in store for us, but we can be deliberate in our actions and start the day on the right tone. So how do I start my day? I wake up, meditate, say 3 things I am grateful for, read and dance. By following these simple steps, I

Life lately

Life lately

Its 11:15am, I am sitting at my desk struggling to breathe. My heart is beating fast, my arms are lame, for the past 2 hours I cannot get myself to calm down. My tummy is spinning like a tumble dryer; it feels as if I am having an out of body experience. What’s happening to me? Am I having a heart-attack? I try to get myself to calm down; but cannot shake the feeling. I am dizzy, exhausted, nauseous and unsettled. Gasping for air, I walk into the bathroom, collapse


#CTConfidence with Abigail K

Last year, Abigail K launched the #CTConfidence campaign. I read every blog post and watched all the videos showing 10 bloggers (from Cape Town) bravely taking off their makeup, showing their natural faces. This year, Abigail asked me to part-take in the campaign, and my initial thought was … I really don’t know if I want to expose my vulnerabilities online. After some thought, I decided to dive in and take part in the #CTConfidence campaign. Being confident with my body is something I struggled since I was a teenager. My

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