What Dustin Hoffman Learned About Feeling Like A Woman

July 9, 2013

Here’s to the interesting women.

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The Art of Bra Fitting

July 1, 2013

Bra fittings are like snowflakes… there are no two alike. And surprise, that shouldn’t be the case. Being fitted for a bra isn’t the most exciting moment in a girl’s life, but it is, however, a necessity. The right bra can be life changing, from making your clothes look awesome to saving yourself from some […]

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Curvy Girl Makeover: Sara

June 28, 2013

So I had this idea. “I want to travel the country, dressing and styling curvy women.” It might not be as profound as curing a disease or ending genocide, but to millions of of women left completely disenfranchised by the fashion industry, it’s a big deal. Learning how to dress your body is a big […]

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Jasmine: Roller Derby Beauty

June 19, 2013

Confession… nothing excites me as much as bad ass curvy women, rocking fashion and rocking life. I strive to surround myself with them, working beside them, being inspired by them, sharing their light with anyone I can my hands on. And Jasmine? Well, she’s one addicting curvy role model. On top of being a fashion […]

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Turning the Camera

June 17, 2013

I sometimes wonder, would we be so quick to poke fun of the people around us, if we were accountable for our actions. On the internet we’re safe behind our shiny screens and keyboards. It’s easy to poke fun and troll. No real consequences there, right? But what about real life. When you’re walking down […]

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The Voice of the Teenage Girl

June 5, 2013

It’s sometimes easy to write off teenage girls with antiquated cliche. Girls who lose their minds at One Direction concerts, post millions of selfies on Instagram, girls who attack twitter users in the name of Justin Beiber. I mean, look who we see representing them in the news and online? MTV reality show stars? That […]

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Breaking Down in Fred Meyer

May 29, 2013

On our way back into Seattle from a nice, relaxing visit with the in-laws (no, really), my wife and I decided to stop at Fred Meyer for some much-needed household supplies. As Lindy was busy filling the basket with useful sundries, I foolishly thought, “Hey, we’re going to a film festival in a few days. […]

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Swimsuit Bravery?

May 21, 2013

Last week, I casually mentioned I needed to go bathing suit shopping and thousands of people (or maybe just my six remaining friends) told me how “brave” I was. I started worrying about why bravery was required to go bathing suit shopping, and then I remembered that my ass looks like it lives down the […]

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Apple Girl

May 17, 2013

Apple. I know it’s kind of a hard name to hear, I mean, have you looked at an apple lately?  It’s not the sexiest fruit in the produce aisle, but you’re not an apple—you’re an apple shape, and that’s something you can make work (“werk” even).  For starters, you’ve got a great rack and some […]

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Her Little Sister

May 9, 2013

“You must be Angie’s little sister.” For the past 35 years, that phrase has followed me wherever I go. From Kindergarten to middle school band, from my first internship to Twitter, I have dodged and ducked, trying to escape being known as anything other than just me. I resented any inference – implied or stated […]

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