Shame, judgment, and self-hatred is an epidemic of massive proportions. We've talked about Every Feminism courses before (including this one which still has spots open!), and we know they are top-notch for changing hearts and minds for the better. One of their fall courses is particularly apt: Everyday Self-Love: Turning Self-Love into a Daily Habit.
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Catherine Clark (aka Superman) is Offbeat Bride's Editor and a Chicago-based freelance web consultant. In her spare time, she loiters at her local library, makes art, and overshares on Twitter @catbirdmedia.
Let's talk about body love. Not that kind of body love (though we like that, too), but rather loving and respecting your body as it is (and not how you think it should be — smaller, bigger, greener, more made of money, etc.). That's why we are psyched about this online course called Summer of Body Love offered by Everyday Feminism.
I'm pretty cat-obsessed, so this little item has made it to the top of my wish list. My two cats each have their own chair that they perch under to keep them safe from whatever they think might harm them (see: nothing). But that's how cats are, and why the Cat Crib is so flippin' awesome.
This isn't the first time we've delved into combining cheese, pears, and honey. Our fearless copyeditor Caroline whipped up some grilled cheese of the same ilk a few months back. This variation focuses on a sweeter bread and a strong cheese. Cue Challah bread and blue cheese, please!