humans we admire ll steph kimou

To kick off our new series, humans we admire, the be.come project sat down with Stephanie Kimou, the founder and principal consultant of PopWorks Africa to learn more about what inspired her work supporting innovative African led development solutions on the continent. jaime: What is your background and what led you to found PopWorks Africa? steph: I began my career

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words we wish for

In our series, words we wish for, we pose questions to the community in order to gain perspectives from individuals from all walks of life. In our second installment, we posed the question, “I wish someone told me _______ when I lost weight” and here are some of the responses. First, a note from Bethany: I wish someone told me

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meet your demo babe ll arielle shares

I will be the first to admit that I am not an active be.comer. It would be a conservative estimate to say that I do the video once a week. Sometimes I feel like I’ve done it because I see the video clips on Instagram and it’s almost like I’ve done them, even though my body hasn’t moved from my

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how i’m feeling ll me, myself, and my anxiety

Trigger Warning: Content below includes discussion on body image and mental health topics including anxiety. This may be triggering to some. Ever since I became the social media intern at the be.come project, I’ve been challenged to look inward and really break down the way that I speak to myself. Like everyone, I have good days and bad days and

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taking up space ll shape interview

This interview originally appeared on Shape.com on July 29, 2019 by Bethany C. Meyers as told to Faith Brar My eating disorder began when I was 15 years old, a cheerleader in high school. Cheer was my whole life. When I wasn’t busy competing or at sporting events, I was practicing. During practice, we always had to wear sports bras.

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meet your demo babe ll cassie shares

I have been be.coming from the very beginning. I instantly fell in love with the beta project to the point where I scheduled my life around Bethany’s Instagram live-streams between the trial period and the app release – I just couldn’t get enough. Since then, I have been be.coming most days of the week, and it has drastically changed my

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words we wish for

In our new series, words we wish for, we will be posing questions to the community in order to gain perspectives from individuals from all walks of life. In our first installment, we posed the question, “I wish someone told me _______ when I gained weight” and here are some of the responses. I wish someone told me… + I

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exploring body-neutrality ll what to expect at the retreat

Are you ready ?? Because the day we’ve all been waiting for is around the corner. Get excited to be part of the very first (hopefully of many) retreat from the be.come project! When: November 15-17 Where: 1440 Multiversity Campus in the redwoods of Central California Sign up link: https://1440.us/the-be-come-project/ All the details: Truly a weekend you won’t want to miss.

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called to be.come ll cristina shares

Over the last four years, my body has gone through some extreme changes. I developed an eating disorder nearing the end of my freshman year of college. It was life threatening, but somehow I managed to maintain a well-packed lifestyle while wildly underweight. I experienced a summer of emotional trauma with the end of a relationship and the loss of

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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

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humans we admire ll steph kimou

To kick off our new series, humans we admire, the be.come project sat down with Stephanie Kimou, the founder and principal consultant of PopWorks Africa to learn more about what inspired her work supporting innovative African led development solutions on the continent. jaime: What is your background and what led you to found PopWorks Africa? steph: I began my career

...Continue

words we wish for

In our series, words we wish for, we pose questions to the community in order to gain perspectives from individuals from all walks of life. In our second installment, we posed the question, “I wish someone told me _______ when I lost weight” and here are some of the responses. First, a note from Bethany: I wish someone told me

...Continue

meet your demo babe ll arielle shares

I will be the first to admit that I am not an active be.comer. It would be a conservative estimate to say that I do the video once a week. Sometimes I feel like I’ve done it because I see the video clips on Instagram and it’s almost like I’ve done them, even though my body hasn’t moved from my

...Continue

how i’m feeling ll me, myself, and my anxiety

Trigger Warning: Content below includes discussion on body image and mental health topics including anxiety. This may be triggering to some. Ever since I became the social media intern at the be.come project, I’ve been challenged to look inward and really break down the way that I speak to myself. Like everyone, I have good days and bad days and

...Continue

taking up space ll shape interview

This interview originally appeared on Shape.com on July 29, 2019 by Bethany C. Meyers as told to Faith Brar My eating disorder began when I was 15 years old, a cheerleader in high school. Cheer was my whole life. When I wasn’t busy competing or at sporting events, I was practicing. During practice, we always had to wear sports bras.

...Continue

meet your demo babe ll cassie shares

I have been be.coming from the very beginning. I instantly fell in love with the beta project to the point where I scheduled my life around Bethany’s Instagram live-streams between the trial period and the app release – I just couldn’t get enough. Since then, I have been be.coming most days of the week, and it has drastically changed my

...Continue

words we wish for

In our new series, words we wish for, we will be posing questions to the community in order to gain perspectives from individuals from all walks of life. In our first installment, we posed the question, “I wish someone told me _______ when I gained weight” and here are some of the responses. I wish someone told me… + I

...Continue

exploring body-neutrality ll what to expect at the retreat

Are you ready ?? Because the day we’ve all been waiting for is around the corner. Get excited to be part of the very first (hopefully of many) retreat from the be.come project! When: November 15-17 Where: 1440 Multiversity Campus in the redwoods of Central California Sign up link: https://1440.us/the-be-come-project/ All the details: Truly a weekend you won’t want to miss.

...Continue

called to be.come ll cristina shares

Over the last four years, my body has gone through some extreme changes. I developed an eating disorder nearing the end of my freshman year of college. It was life threatening, but somehow I managed to maintain a well-packed lifestyle while wildly underweight. I experienced a summer of emotional trauma with the end of a relationship and the loss of

...Continue

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

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