lange lange ist es her. 2011 ergatterte ich mein 1. Ticket für @letsdance und konnte dadurch im Publikum sitzen. 2014 schaffte ich es sogar auf die Aftershowparty und was soll ich sagen? Ich bin von dieser Magie rund um das Format und dem Flair einfach überwältigt 😍 Leider musste ich 2015/2016 eine Auszeit nehmen und zudem ist es seit 2016 schwieriger an die Karten zu kommen, aber man kann nicht immer überall sein und es kann nicht alles einfach sein 😅 💃
Wie viele andere habe auch ich den Wunsch irgendwann einmal selbst vielleicht als Kandidatin dabei sein zu dürfen. Deswegen arbeite ich so hart um diesen Traum irgendwann einmal verwirklichen zu können.
Im tanzen steckt so viel Leidenschaft und es verschafft einem ein unglaubliches Körpergefühl, welches einfach wunderschön ist. Man kann sich schwerelos, als auch graziös, sexy wie auch stark fühlen.
Mal sehen, ob ich dieses Jahr vielleicht das Glück habe dem Zauber vor Ort wieder erleben zu dürfen. Freuen würde ich mich sehr, da die letzten Monate nicht grade einfach für mich waren und mir jedes tolles Erlebnis momentan sehr gut tut🙂
7 years ago, today, I was landing in this beautiful n unknown place with 2 suitcases and a heart full of fear and dreams. No family no friends and only my courage and perseverance to guide me through the unexpected. I've been judged for leaving everything behind but I knew in my heart I was doing the right thing. Now, when I look back, I feel the peace of mission accomplished, despite all the obstacles that I have faced and still do. It is so rewarding to see this little safe space that I have conquered. It makes me smile and have faith in myself. I have absolutely no regrets, no second thoughts and even now, knowing I still have a long way to go, I feel this cold and nice breeze of happiness touching my face and I m certain that I made the right choices even when they felt wrong somehow.
Australia has given me great opportunities and is a place that I m happy to call "home". I have met lots of people and every single one of them have helped me somehow, in many different ways. I m very grateful for everything.
Thank you all for the support and guidance. Looking forward to many more years to come!!! 🙏🙏🙌🙌🤛💪❤😁🤩😘
When you look in the mirror, what do you see?
Do you see a critic? Or do you see kindness? What you say to yourself matters to your happiness.
If weight loss is a way of life and dieting is something that makes you feel important because you can continue to talk about it as a point of frustration, it's time to turn it around.
Your value is not how you look but how you feel about yourself. Exercise and diet are part of the reason you feel good about yourself because you're taking care of yourself.
But if you look at it as if you're taking care of your happiness, exercise and diet are easy but not the reason you feel important.
Something that can be scary when we first start to become aware of the red pill world is that you realise the majority of your friends and family are very happy taking their blue pills.
It’s not your job to get them to switch, it is your job to keep taking yours though. You inspire others to change by changing yourself. .
When you live in a surface world, that’s the kind of relationships you’ll have. Surface. No depth. No real connection. You might think you do, but once you get into red pill life more, you realise what it is to have real conversation and real connection. And here’s a tip, red pill convos have next to nothing to do with celebrities or gossip. And they certainly aren’t about sitting around bitching about people and dragging them down.
Jess is one of my very first red pill friends. We both went to an event, full of people popping red pills, it was a first for both of us, we both felt so uncomfortable, but we showed up. I remember seeing her and I was like “I need to get to know that chick”. 6 weeks later, we put on 2 massive health and wellness events, presenting to over 80 people in two different towns. .
Today, she’s getting married! And I get to watch her walk down the isle. I’ve never had to try to have a convo with her. I’ve never had awkward moments of silence. I’ve never had to try and have a conversation. Because we’re on the same wave length, and when you have friends like that. It’s easy. It just flows. .
Can’t wait to see you Jess, you’ll be the most stunning bride 👰🏻 @jesswest88
It’s such a pleasure to meet my fans and followers in real life and this morning’s coffee with Aria was no exception. She and her husband are retired and getting ready to travel the country and she’s downsizing her belongings and bestowed me with a big bag full of books and articles and radical manifestos from the fat acceptance movement of the 1970s, 80s and 90s. She’s an older member of my Boise Rad Fat Collective and she contains a plethora of historic knowledge about the California movement and her own hard and inspirational journey learning to love her fat body had me enraptured at my favorite Starbucks in town this morning for hours. We shared stories and ideas on internalized misogyny among women, aging, the dangers of weight loss surgery, the early days of @naafaofficial, and how revolutionary it has always been to find cute clothing to fit larger bodies. She gave me so many gems, including my very own copy of Leonard Nemoy’s (aka Spock) full figured nude photo project and some books I haven’t read and an out of print copy of Fat Power from 1970 and I’m literally in nerdy body positive academic heaven and riding high the way that only good open-minded coffee dates that include a meeting of the minds can do. 📚 ☕️ 🧠 💜 (check out my IG stories for the fat history treasures & books she gifted me SQUUUUEEEE!)