Category Archives: Mirror Stories

Month Without Mirrors

The following post is reproduced with permission from Autumn Whitefield-Madrano from her blog “The Beheld: Beauty, And What It Means”.  To hear more about her project, please visit http://www.the-beheld.com/p/month-without-mirrors.html. I abstained from looking at my reflection for the month of May … Continue reading

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Fancy on the inside?

An anonymous reader sent in this poignant post today. We all deserve to feel fancy on the inside…read more… The holidays. Nearly ubiquitous with parties, potlucks, informal get-togethers, and, occasionally, a fancy catered affair where folks get decked out in … Continue reading

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Insight from Cellulite

Seven years ago, I looked in the mirror and I saw it—cellulite! Cellulite—that skin dimpling sign of “imperfection” that the media tells us “needs to go.” Now, this wasn’t the first time I saw the cellulite. It had been there … Continue reading

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Vacation Surprise

Over the years I have come to accept my shape and imperfections, and now I focus far more on how I feel than on how I look.  The cottage I had leased in the island beach community had a full … Continue reading

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