Guest bloggers wanted

Do you want to write about:

  • Self love/care
  • Body positivity
  • Mental health/illness?

Crosswordsnotwires is now opening its doors to guest bloggers!

Whether you’ve written before or this is your first time, anyone and everyone with a story to share can apply.

Want to talk about your top ten tips for anxiety?

Need to share your experience about shopping plus sized?

Have a story about your self care journey?

Fill in the below details, send it to me at hevbailey@hotmail.com and let me know your ideas…

  1. Name:
  1. Age:
  1. Social Media links:
  1. Blog link (if applicable):
  1. Category:
  1. Brief description of article:
  1. Article length:
  1. If submitting an existing article, please supply the link:

– XWXW

BLOGGERS WANTED

Do you want to write about:

  • Self love/care
  • Body positivity
  • Mental health/illness?

Crosswordsnotwires is now opening its doors to guest bloggers!

Whether you’ve written before or this is your first time, anyone and everyone with a story to share can apply.

Want to talk about your top ten tips for anxiety?

Need to share your experience about shopping plus sized?

Have a story about your self care journey?

Fill in the below details, send it to me at hevbailey@hotmail.com and let me know your ideas 💡

  1. Name:
  1. Age:
  1. Social Media links:
  1. Blog link (if applicable):
  1. Category:
  1. Brief description of article:
  1. Article length:
  1. If submitting an existing article, please supply the link:

– XWXW

XWXW appears on Uncustomary’s podcast

Listen to me and the wonderful Mary talk about mental health in childhood, stigmas, body positivity and more in the latest episode of her podcast – Uncustomary Love.

CLICK HERE TO LISTEN!

You’re not worried about your fat friend’s health, you just don’t want them to feel empowered

Let’s face it. We’ve all done it, even if it’s just once. We’ve looked at someone and thought “At least I’m not THAT big.”

Well, hey. *Waves* I’m your big friend and I’ve been playing that role for the majority of my life, supplying you with the security that it’s ok you couldn’t fit into your size ten jeans this morning, because at least you’re not as big as me. And that makes you feel better, right? Of course it does.

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Chubby Chick On Holiday: Being Body Positive In The Sun

It’s strange. The one place where having shitty mental health has actually helped me is self image. What others think of me aesthetically has become less and less important as I try to fix the way I see the kind of person I am.

I’m fat. I’ve always been fat and I will probably always be fat. ‘Fat’ is not a terrible word to me and I can happily and confidently say that I would rather be fat and me than thin and anyone else.

Continue reading “Chubby Chick On Holiday: Being Body Positive In The Sun”