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Kate Hudson’s ‘Pretty Happy’ Raises Body Image Awareness

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Actress Kate Hudson has been in the spotlight her entire life but never truly felt confident. Now, after two children, Hudson is finally feeling comfortable in her own skin and sharing how important it is to have body image awareness. “It’s never too late to start that process of enjoying what it feels like to feel strong,” Hudson tells ABC News. Not only has Hudson discovered true happiness but she’s sharing what she’s learned over the years in her new book, Pretty Happy: Healthy Ways to Love Your Body (Dey Street Books, February 16, 2016). “It takes a lot of work,” Hudson shares with ABC News. “For me, it’s more about how do you motivate women to want that to…

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Escaping the Pinterest trap

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Pinterest is one of those websites that we all secretly (or not so secretly) hate, but can’t seem to stay away from. Between the gorgeous pictures of rooms that we can’t possibly afford and the DIY projects that promise ease and simplicity only to leave us sobbing in the corner after a weekend spent mod-podging (whatever that is), Pinterest can sometimes seem like a reason to give up on design all together. But it doesn’t have to be like this.  Reading through Sandra Nunnerley’s gorgeous design book Interiors (powerHouse Books, $70.00) inspires a new approach to interior design. The book is on the one hand a record of and advertisement for Nunnerley’s work as a designer, but beyond that, its…

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