As one year comes to a close and a new one approaches, we encourage you to find time to self reflect on what 2018 has brought into your life.
I believe we often forget that a gift isn’t necessarily a tangible thing; it can be your energy, time, emotions, presence.
‘Through this project, I hope you are able to peek into the lives of the wonderful women involved. They are not always victims, not always confused, not always confident, not always anything; except themselves.’
'To me, self-care is treating myself with the same love, respect, and generosity that I extend to others.'
‘If I can be open to love and acceptance of myself, I will be a better person and parent.’
'I'd like my son to see that women can be a boss, and be successful in the workplace, not just at home.'
‘Your selfishness turns to selflessness. You want to do everything for your little humans. But sometimes being selfless means giving your last piece of pie to them, and that can actually really suck.’
She helps me, annoys me, and encourages me. She swears, laughs, swims, and loves growing bamboo probably more than she loves her daughters.
When I breathe deeply, I give others permission to do so as well. When we connect with breath, we are in turn tapping into the present moment.
To be connected is to share your authentic self with others at any frequency and in any medium
Connection is honestly everything. It’s that sweet, magical link between yourself and a person, people or space.
I truly believe down to my core that celebrating all bodies is a very good thing, especially when it comes to improving people’s self-acceptance by defining a truly diverse idea of beauty. We need to work towards this in society.
We are always evolving where we want Uninhibited to go, but right now we would want Uninhibited to be a go-to place for people wanting inspiration, support, and connection with creatives & visionaries in ways that feel almost “no-bullshit” and just REAL.
Being a woman means being a teacher, a leader and facilitator. It means being able to share a certain types of captivating energy and mesmerizing energy, only a woman can expel. Being a woman is magic.
I have a slight addiction to buying books, but I never feel guilty about it. Every time I see them I remember the adventures I embarked on (almost like looking at travel photos). The space they occupy on my shelves seems infinite, as if they are little tiny universes that you just have to open.
"The person you were before all these things happened is still in there. The person you always believed yourself to be, they are still in there. Some serious shit happened to them, and they’re shaken up, but they are in there. You’ll find them again."
Being a woman is to accept the softer, more vulnerable side of strength that is often overlooked. To accept what comes at us with grace, having the grit and fierce determination to defy and blow the minds of those who doubt us
To me being a woman is art. You can’t define it or totally know it. Society tells us to colour inside the lines but most days I just want to throw paint on a canvas and get messy.