Thursday, January 8, 2009
We officially launch True Femme on Jan 19th, 2009. Last minute details are being set in stone, but we will still be putting new content up here in the meantime.
Don't forget to tune into "Danielle & Kadi: Uncorked" on Jan 12th, for an announcement about True Femme's launch! If you miss the show, you can always hear it later on the True Femme site. Thanks for making the move with us!
Wednesday, January 7, 2009
Thank you, Megan, for overcoming your fears and sharing with us! Anyone else who is interested in sharing your before photos, can email them to me along with your stats and goal info. Sharing your name is totally optional. We cannot wait to see all of the awesome after pictures!
Tuesday, January 6, 2009
January 12th, 2009 will mark the first air date of "Danielle & Kadi: Uncorked." What is Uncorked? Here's a short intro:
Tired of the same old boring crap you hear on talk radio? Me too. So Danielle and I created "Uncorked." It is the anti-craptastic show about the shit nobody else has the balls (metaphorically speaking) to talk about! Fair warning: we cuss.
The show will cover topics that most people don't dare touch with a ten foot pole. So why are we? Simply because we feel the need to address even the more taboo issues that women deal with. If we are to be True Femmes, then we need to shed light on all of the things women encounter in life. Of course, Danielle and I will be the ones hosting, so it may include lots of wine discussion and sex jokes. This will not be a show for little ears. We tend to put it all out there and not pussyfoot around!
You are cordially invited to join us next Monday 11am PST, to get a healthy dose of naughtiness! http://www.blogtalkradio.com/uncorked
We are about to publicly sink to new Mer-lows... Get your glass and let us pour you some!
weight: eek, I hate to say. But 155 (though a good portion of that could be the saline filled ta-tas)
The goal: defined muscles baby!! And say goodbye to the muffin top.
The pics:see below. Yes, my mirror is dirty. Yes, my dog is sleeping in my bed. Yes, that is a saddle in the background. And yes, if you leave a mean comment calling me fat, I will find you. (joking, maybe?)
This is me:
Just the facts mam: starting weight: 107 height: 5'4"
Areas of focus: Gluteus maximus (butt), thighs and abdominals.
Close up of abdominal area.
Close up of rear area.
What would you like to work on?
Thursday, January 1, 2009
You might be reading this blog because you believe that women deserve the right to feel beautiful, regardless of their size. Maybe you are reading it because you really feel like you need to lose weight or improve your life. You also might be reading it because you are wondering what this blog is all about. Either way, we are glad that you found us and we have no doubt that you will be glad too!
Danielle and I got the inspiration to create the True Femme campaign, in order to find and spread the knowledge of how to feel wonderful about ourselves. We recognize the gross lack of self esteem in women and feel that it is high time we address it and work to banish it. We were born unique individuals and yet, are expected to fit a certain mold as we become women. It is a crying shame that so many of the talents and attributes we were gifted with are downplayed in our own minds because we feel inadequate.
This country battles obesity, eating disorders, alcoholism, drug abuse and countless other travesties because those who suffer from them, often have underlying issues. Too many women eat to deal with emotional pain, while others starve to try to gain control of their feelings of inadequacy or helplessness. Some women just give up on looking and feeling good because they know that they will never measure up to the standards that society has set, or they have set for themselves. We have shifted priority from inner health to outer perfection. While it is great to strive to improve on ourselves, we are missing the point.
Beauty does not come only in a size 5, a certain hair color or flawless skin. Beauty is so much more than that. Being healthy is something that we need to strive for, instead of being skinny. Trust me, skinny does not equal happy or healthy. I am smaller than the national average and it does not mean that I do not struggle with self love. When I look in the mirror, I see inadequacy. When I look around, I see women who have bigger, smaller, prettier, better bodies than I. Why? Why am I not good enough? Why do I feel sub par?
Do you find yourself asking these questions? Do you know a friend or family member who battles image issues or communicates a need to be better than they are? The majority of women in the world need to be here with us on this journey. Whether you are a person who needs to learn, or has something to teach...you need to be here. Danielle and I are not your tour guides, because we are not experts. We are your companions on this journey. We will learn together, explore together and support each other. We will struggle, strive and I'm sure that at times, we will fall. However, there is strength in numbers and together, we will be able to get back up and keep moving forward toward our goal, which is ultimately to help you...
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