Womens Self Esteem

What Kind of Woman Do You Want to Be?

Katie Portman | Posted 07.10.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Katie Portman

We can become the kind of woman we look up to and admire. We can become the kind of woman that we dream about. We can become the kind of woman that we find ourselves being envious of. But we have to create her. We need a desire to change and a boldness to become her.Want to be a better woman? Then start today.

How to Keep Your Light Bright (When Another Woman Shines)

Katie Portman | Posted 25.09.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Katie Portman

I can still remember the first time I saw the new girl at school. Ten years old, she was my first girl crush. Pretty, stylish, fun and happy, she se...

11 Things You Need to Stop Apologising for, Right This Second

Leyah Shanks | Posted 04.04.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Leyah Shanks

We've been subliminally taught to hate so many things about ourselves it's sickening. Unless we fit into a very narrow mould of what we're "supposed" to look like, we feel this unrelenting need to apologise for it. Why? What would happen if we gave it all a defiant middle finger and stopped buying into these constructed norms of what's beautiful?

Black Beauty

Wendy Wason | Posted 12.08.2012 | UK Lifestyle
Wendy Wason

I stumbled on a study by The Washington Post and The Kaiser Family Foundation about black woman and body image and it makes for interesting reading. While 41% of average-sized white woman report having high self-esteem, 66% of black women who are considered obese say they have high self-esteem.