Dear Reebok…

Dear Reebok…

Recently Reebok has been running commercials that I don’t like. To say the least. (I will post the ads at the bottom of this post). The first...
Can we ever fully recover?

Can we ever fully recover?

Recently, I finally got around to reading the book, “It’s Not About the Food” by Esther Kane. Esther was kind enough to personally...
Can we really have it all?

Can we really have it all?

I remember when I was 25 and it was the year 2000. That birthday was hard for me, because I remembered 10 years prior, when I was 15 years old...
Oh my gosh, my life is over!

Oh my gosh, my life is over!

Todays post is written by Pamela Candelaria. She and I have become “cyber-friends” through a VBAC support group and Pamela herself has...
Random musings of my feminist nature

Random musings of my feminist nature

I read somewhere on a list of rules for bloggers never to start a post by apologizing for not posting to your blog if it’s been a while. So,...
Fat Free Talk Week

Fat Free Talk Week

October 19-23 marks the 2nd annual Fat Free Talk Week; an international 5- day body activism camapign to draw attention to body image issues and the...
Love vs. Peace

Love vs. Peace

This is a post I have been thinking about writing for some time now, but the topic is something I have been somewhat confused about. I talk a lot...
Birth Story, Part III

Birth Story, Part III

September 15th, 2009 was by far the most adventurous day of my life. If you’ve read the birth story of my son, you’ll hopefully...
Birth story, Part II

Birth story, Part II

I’ve been putting off writing part 2 to this trilogy of my birth stories, only because the last couple of weeks has not turned out exactly...
Birth story, Part I

Birth story, Part I

I’m compelled to write my son’s birth story for two reasons. One, I’ve never documented it, and since he just turned 2 last week I...
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