Updated: Nov 1, 2019
This week I'm so excited to introduce to you ladies someone I've been admiring for the last couple of months, who's beautiful smile and vibrant energy is so refreshing on social media!
Tiffany Ima is a powerhouse of positivity! Her social media is a portal into truth and love for other women & their journey into self-love.
What I love most about Tiffany and her work as a body positive blogger, writer & activist is that she's so warm and relatable. She genuinely cares about the well being of her followers and consistently shows up as raw & real on her good days and on her bad. She gives women a space to be with their body in whatever emotion they are experiencing, even the "ugly" ones.
Body positivity isn't about being positive ALL the time (hello unrealistic), but rather being REAL about the way you feel and still loving your body through it.
Thanks for shining your light on the world Tiff, we are so HERE for it! It takes brave women collectively coming together to create a new path and paradigm for women's health & happiness. It's an absolute pleasure sharing that space with you!
Q & A with Tiffany Ima
What is your mission?
Tiffany: To help women learn to embrace their bodies and love themselves unconditionally.
What do you want every woman to know? Tiffany: That they have the ability to be the most confident woman in the room.
Describe your work/yourself in 3 words...
Tiffany: Inspiring, encouraging, transforming
What's one thing that has improved your health (mind, body & soul) the most?
Tiffany: Journaling has been my number one self development tool. It allows you to not only express your emotions, but to review them and identify progress. It's truly a beautiful thing to be able to reflect on past events and see how you've grown. Journaling also helps you to work out current issues. I believe everyone should develop a healthy journaling practice! I love to include it in my morning routine so it can be the first thing I do.
What words of wisdom would you tell your younger self now? Tiffany: You don't need to alter yourself to be beautiful.
Pressure from societal standards have truly warped the beauty of women. There is beauty in uniqueness and I always felt out of place because I couldn't see women who looked like me.
What services or ways do you support women?
Tiffany: I am in the process of creating a course that teaches women to develop a journaling practice leading them toward unconditional love.
You can also grab the 5 Mindset Shifts You Need To Boost Your Body Confidence (tiffanyima.com)