Shine with Rosie Molinary

by JL Fields, Editor @ Stop Chasing Skinny on August 1, 2012

Monday Marissa shared her story about finding compassion for herself while on her vegan journey.  I think many vegans experienced a new level of self-love when we chose to no longer participate in violence against animals – I sure did!

My friend Rosie Molinary, author, speaker, and teacher empowers women to embrace their authentic selves – to love themselves – so they can live their passion and purpose and give their gifts to the world. She is hosting a fantastic online event in August and I hope you’ll consider joining in:

Every day in August, there will be a daily post at that will offer you inspiration on your self-acceptance journey and then guidance on how to take one simple step that day towards living in self-acceptance. Complete that day’s challenge and come back and post a comment about your experience with that challenge and you will be entered to win one of many awesome giveaway prizes. There will be weekly giveaways and an end of the month grand finale giveaway.

Guess what? One of the giveaways is a single, 45-minute vegan lifestyle coaching session by yours truly! I am so honored to support and sponsor this effort.

If you are vegan, I am curious – did you notice that you began to be kinder to yourself when you began your road to compassion toward animals?


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  • Marissa D’Aleo

    This sounds like a wonderful opportunity, and one I intend on taking advantage of in my path to greater self-acceptance. Thank you JL and Rosalie for your work in this realm. As I mentioned in my post last week, I definitely noticed that I have become kinder to myself and more forgiving of my own mistakes, anxieties and tendencies now that I recognize my true desires and my commitment to veganism and changing the world for animals. One recent book that has helped me gain a greater understanding of how I can utilize my strengths is “Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking” by Susan Cain. I have a deeper understanding how my ability to be more vocal in arenas such as my blog, on Twitter, and Facebook and that I can use these avenues to express my thoughts, seek support and continue my work in animal rights and promoting veganism (although I still love my KFC protests and leafletting)! Keep up the amazing, empowering work.

    • JL

      You’re doing great work, too!

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