3 ways to build resilience in a world full of fads and fitspo

WIRL-366.jpgThey have a dream, to live in a world where diets don’t exist. Alicia and Bree, qualified nutrition gurus (dietitians) and the co-founders of Wellness In Real Life (WIRL if you will) aim to help women improve their relationship with food and themselves!

It might seem unusual for 2 dietitians to never prescribe a diet again, but in a world that wants you to constantly think you are not enough, WIRL are fighting back (and they think you should too). Today on the blog, TDP guest contributors Alicia and Bree share 3 ways to build resilience amongst the fads and fitspo! #youareenough #whoruntheworld…girls.
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Being in Your Twenties and Balancing Self-Discovery with Relationships 

KateToday on the blog we hear from Kate McGrath Burgess, our super talented junior writer with a fresh and unique writing style with the ability to get to the heart of a topic through real life context across a range of issues and talking points relevant to modern women. This article is all about relationships in your twenties and we hear from some real life twenty-somethings in very different relationships to get their take on all things relationships!

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Feminism, a writing dream & why knowledge is power

KateHi, my name is Kate and I am a feminist. I believe in the empowerment of women and the importance of women in the power systems around the world. By definition, that is: wanting equality, social, political and economic, for the sexes. But I also think feminism is a very individual experience and can mean different things to different people. Reading the stories of successful women, their hardships and inspirations has inspired me to write this article on: what feminism means to me!

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