I write for Folks magazine. They feature people living with disabilities or chronic illness, but their ethos matches mine – the stories are about who these people are, not their Continue Reading →
I got given Clementine Ford’s Fight Like a Girl for my birthday, which was excellent because I’ve been wanting to read it for ages and it fits in the Rebel Continue Reading →
Being ill like I am makes even simple tasks feel like climbing a mountain. With toddlers hanging off my arms and legs. And torrential rain turning the track to mud. Continue Reading →
Feminism is meant to be all about body positivity, right? We love and accept other people’s bodies and we love and accept our own. Except it’s not that easy.
It’s hard to overstate how much of an impact this book has had on me. I’ve been talking about it for days, as anyone around me can attest.
It’s almost January (how??), which means the Rebel Girl Reads challenge I’m co-running is here. I’m super excited to do this and I hope some of you are keen too!