What If You Loved Yourself Fearlessly? 

What makes you stand out from the crowd can often be the very thing you struggle to accept.


Am I right? 


Yes!


I knew I was ;-)  


Kidding aside. How? Because things that make me stand out (my fatness, my loudness, my crazy natural curly hair) - just to name a few - are things I struggled to accept. Things that caused me to hide my true self from the rest of the world but more importantly, myself... for pretty much my entire life, up until October 2018!


October 2018 was a pivotal point in my life. At 43, I had just moved to the West Coast, from a very small town in Northern Michigan, found the body positivity community and met a plus size yoga instructor that gave me "permission" to be myself, to take up space just as I was - fat an all!


That night I walked out of that yoga class with my head held high and started rockin' my awesomeness and not hiding any longer! I did some plus-size modeling, tried a pole dancing class, tried burlesque, started wearing whatever the hell I wanted (finally after years of being told "fat girls can't and shouldn't wear that") and started taking up space boldly, confidently, and most of all unapologetically! 

plus size model tishia lee modeling bathing suit

Modeling in my 1st Fashion Show. Photo credit: Hal Harrison

Trying a pole dancing class!

So, let's chat about that whole body positivity thing...


Body positivity is a movement focused on the acceptance of ALL bodies, regardless of size, shape, skin tone, gender, and physical abilities, while challenging present-day beauty standards as an undesirable social construct. Proponents focus on the appreciation of the functionality and health of the body, instead of its appearance. (Source: Wikipedia)  


In other words, it has nothing to do with weight (which is one of the biggest misconceptions people have)! Body positivity is about acknowledging this is the skin I’m in and this is who I am. I don’t have to be perfect before I can love myself.  


It’s about embracing every aspect of who you are and choosing to show up boldly in a world that conditions you to think you’re not enough and that you should hide.


Body positivity has to start with you embracing yourself first! And that's why I've put together this Embracing Body Positivity Ebook & Journal.

Let's take a look at what you'll get...  

Embracing Body Positivity eBook

With the ebook, you’ll discover what sparked the body positivity movement, inspiring stories from strong women who love themselves, and tips on how to love yourself and others right where they are.


Here’s a peek at what you’ll discover within the ebook…

  • Who Is Body Positivity For?
  • Why You Don’t Have to Hide Your Awesomeness
  • 5 Simple Tips to Practice Self-Love
  • 2 Stories from Women & Why Their Bodies Are Amazing 
  • Body Positivity Starts with You!

Embracing Body Positivity Journal

In the journal you'll find writing prompts to help you discover what the body positive movement means to you, people you find inspiring with their body acceptance, ways you hide from the world, what would make you feel brave, things you love about yourself, and more!


Here’s a peek at some of the journal prompts you'll find…

  • Have you head of the body positivity movement?
  • Who inspires you with their body acceptance?
  • What are a few ways you hid from the world?
  • What do you love about yourself?
  • What's one way you could celebrate your body? 
  • ... and so much more!


You'll find 15 thought provoking journal prompts with space to write your thoughts! There are no right or wrong answers. No judgment. Just you and a safe space to check in with yourself and how you're doing in the self-love, body-acceptance, body positivity department. 


Ready to start loving yourself? You're not alone. I've got you covered! Grab a copy of my Embracing Body Positivity Journal today.


Tish Lee

Meet Your Body Positive Fairy Godmother...

Most of my life I lived behind a mask, pretending to be someone I wasn’t. I was screaming on the inside... and my actions proved I didn't love myself or believe I deserved more than the 'hand that life dealt me'. Today, now into my 40's, I'm living a life beyond my wildest imagination. A life full of confidence, self-love, and most of all possibilities... Wanna know more? JUST CLICK HERE :-)