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Be the most joyful person you know!

There is nothing wrong with your body. 

Hi there! I’m Lucy-Anne. I’m your fat positive Life Coach, and Joy Enthusiast.

I am anti-diet and pro-self love, and my mission in life is to help as many humans as I can to ditch patriarchal body and beauty standards, and be the most joyful people they know.

You’ve been tricked into believing that your body is a shit body. Thanks, patriarchy. 

Perhaps you stop yourself doing that thing, or going after that thing because you’re waiting for when you feel more worthy? Or for when you have the ‘right’ body for that thing. 

Maybe your inner mean girl pipes up, telling you that your body is disgusting, and compared to other women you look like a potato?

Frankly, hating your body is a learned behaviour. But, the good news is, you can unlearn hating it! You can learn to not even think about it.

You can spend all your life waiting for ‘when I…’ or you can say ‘Fuck it!’ and just do what you want now.  

And, I’m here to meet you where you are at and support you on your journey.

There is nothing wrong with your body!

Lucy Lewis-4179

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