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Girl returns to abandoned blog?

This blog started in 2015 when I, lover of the written word, thought I had something of value to add to a community I was falling in love with. Like many before me, I was 100% certain that my voice was unique and I was going to settle down in an uncovered corner of the market. And, maybe I did have something to say, and maybe there were people out there that it would resonate with.

Except, I was an absolute idiot.

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Christmas Apparel: Top 7

Christmas and December brings upon us the season of everything festive. If you live in a western country it’s particularly hard to avoid the infestation of Christmas, whether you celebrate it or not. Christmas is in our faces at every turn and you can’t escape it unless you lock yourself away for a month. Or longer, really because the stores are dragging the holiday period out for as long as they can. Honestly, if Australian retailers weren’t trying to make Halloween a thing, then Christmas stuff would be up late September and we’d get to listen to Christmas carols on our weekly shop for three months.

Christmas is serious business (literally).

Rising temperatures in Australia during the holiday season tend to put a damper on the world’s obsession with Christmas jumpers but it doesn’t mean we can’t participate in festive clothing. There are always Chrissy shirts available at Big W, Kmart, Target etc but if you want something a little nicer than those tacky but wonderful things the chain stores stock then this is the right list for you.


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Welcome to The Curve Culture!

There are many things that I am passionate about. Brunch, live music, using your manners, writing, babies, emojis, feminism etc. Fashion, diversity, and empowering women are three more, and passions I’ve decided I want to shout about from the rooftops (or the blogosphere, whatever floats your boat).

The Curve Culture is where I’ve decided to combine these three things; my hope is to create a hub where any woman can come and see herself represented. I know that aim can start with me and my own content, but it cannot end with it. To truly be a diverse representation of women, The Curve Culture needs input from all of you. If you ever want to discuss a collaboration or contribution check out the contact page here.

People before me have started a revolution, rejecting society’s rules, norms, and prejudices, and The Curve Culture is my little bit of input into the (vastly) bigger picture. As someone who sits on the bigger end of plus size, I’m tired of apologising for my existence. This is my big F you to the society that expects me to change myself so that they are more comfortable.

I hope you find something on this blog that inspires you as much as others have inspired me.

Georgia x


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