craving movement ll marissa shares

I am an elementary school teacher and today was my first day of school. For all my fellow be.comers out there who are educators, you know how draining the first day of school is. I didn’t really sleep last night because of all the first day jitters, and could easily lie on my couch and watch Netflix for the rest

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meet your demo babe ll adrianna shares

“Some days we feel good about our body, some days we feel bad about our body, but on all days we can respect our body.” -Bethany C. Meyers Today, when asked how I was feeling before starting #thisweeksroutine, I reluctantly put in self-conscious. I woke up feeling extremely anxious, to the point where I didn’t want to face anybody or

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@crispauel

first month with tbp (part two) ll cristina shares

Last week, we posted the first part of cristina’s journey with the be.come project. In case you missed it, you can find it here. Read on for part two! Week Three: At week three I’m ready to give Bethany a hug. I’m still into this AT WEEK THREE! By now I usually would start to wander off and find excuses

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@nayyirah.waheed

first month with tbp (part one) ll cristina shares

Getting started: We’d love to know a little bit about why you started be.come! I’ve been following Bethany for some time now on Instagram. What I remember the most is their tutorials and their attention to detail in posture, that always made me pay attention to what they had to say because I always feel that’s the first mistake we

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meet your demo babe ll anja shares

A little about me: I’m a Registered Nurse. I have worked in most departments and found my love of gastroenterology in Endoscopy. Despite finding my dream job AKA day hours with minimal nights, weekends or holidays in the hospital I am leaving in August to move to Denmark. I lived there for a year years ago and always thought I’d

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meet your demo babe ll kaeleigh shares

Hi fellow be.comers! My name is Kaeleigh. I teach English as a Second Langauge in Washington State to students in grades K-8. I’ve wanted to be a teacher for as long as I can remember and am so thankful that I am able to mix a passion with work and (hopefully) make a difference in the lives of my students.

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be.come turns one! ll victoria shares

Besides my endometriosis, my health is generally pretty good. While this is technically true and I something to be very grateful for, I don’t want to minimize the struggle of chronic illness, for myself or anyone else. Endometriosis affects 1 in 10 people with uteruses, there is no cure (the treatment options are limited), and it took me over a

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be.come turns one! ll chelsea shares

In your initial email to be a model, you mentioned you were still building confidence in yourself and your body. How has that shifted in the last year? I think that this is one of those things that will consistently be a work in progress. I actually really relate to the idea of body neutrality as a way to think

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be.come turns one! ll julianna shares

What was your relationship like with the gym/fitness classes before be.come? I’ve always had a love/hate relationship with gyms and fitness classes. Gyms, in general, are not for me, I have yet to find one where I feel comfortable enough to attend frequently. I prefer classes and yoga studios although some feel cold and impersonal so I’m always trying out

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craving movement ll marissa shares

I am an elementary school teacher and today was my first day of school. For all my fellow be.comers out there who are educators, you know how draining the first day of school is. I didn’t really sleep last night because of all the first day jitters, and could easily lie on my couch and watch Netflix for the rest

...Continue

meet your demo babe ll adrianna shares

“Some days we feel good about our body, some days we feel bad about our body, but on all days we can respect our body.” -Bethany C. Meyers Today, when asked how I was feeling before starting #thisweeksroutine, I reluctantly put in self-conscious. I woke up feeling extremely anxious, to the point where I didn’t want to face anybody or

...Continue
@crispauel

first month with tbp (part two) ll cristina shares

Last week, we posted the first part of cristina’s journey with the be.come project. In case you missed it, you can find it here. Read on for part two! Week Three: At week three I’m ready to give Bethany a hug. I’m still into this AT WEEK THREE! By now I usually would start to wander off and find excuses

...Continue
@nayyirah.waheed

first month with tbp (part one) ll cristina shares

Getting started: We’d love to know a little bit about why you started be.come! I’ve been following Bethany for some time now on Instagram. What I remember the most is their tutorials and their attention to detail in posture, that always made me pay attention to what they had to say because I always feel that’s the first mistake we

...Continue

meet your demo babe ll anja shares

A little about me: I’m a Registered Nurse. I have worked in most departments and found my love of gastroenterology in Endoscopy. Despite finding my dream job AKA day hours with minimal nights, weekends or holidays in the hospital I am leaving in August to move to Denmark. I lived there for a year years ago and always thought I’d

...Continue

meet your demo babe ll kaeleigh shares

Hi fellow be.comers! My name is Kaeleigh. I teach English as a Second Langauge in Washington State to students in grades K-8. I’ve wanted to be a teacher for as long as I can remember and am so thankful that I am able to mix a passion with work and (hopefully) make a difference in the lives of my students.

...Continue

be.come turns one! ll victoria shares

Besides my endometriosis, my health is generally pretty good. While this is technically true and I something to be very grateful for, I don’t want to minimize the struggle of chronic illness, for myself or anyone else. Endometriosis affects 1 in 10 people with uteruses, there is no cure (the treatment options are limited), and it took me over a

...Continue

be.come turns one! ll chelsea shares

In your initial email to be a model, you mentioned you were still building confidence in yourself and your body. How has that shifted in the last year? I think that this is one of those things that will consistently be a work in progress. I actually really relate to the idea of body neutrality as a way to think

...Continue

be.come turns one! ll julianna shares

What was your relationship like with the gym/fitness classes before be.come? I’ve always had a love/hate relationship with gyms and fitness classes. Gyms, in general, are not for me, I have yet to find one where I feel comfortable enough to attend frequently. I prefer classes and yoga studios although some feel cold and impersonal so I’m always trying out

...Continue

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