“Mirror, mirror on the wall, who’s the fairest of them all?”
Before you ask, know this. Mirrors lie.
Let’s get real… being a mum today is hard work. There are so many messages coming at us, it’s hard to know where to turn. I truly believe that we’re all doing the best job we can. But without the right knowledge, we can easily lose our way as a parent.
If your ongoing battle with food and your body is being watched, learned and mimicked by your daughters, and you’re ready to break the cycle once and for all, you’re in the right place. If you’re now prepared to focus on learning to love yourself and on building self esteem, this is for you.
I created the Mirror Movement™ because it breaks my heart to see mums struggling with accepting their bodies and the negative impact this is having on their little ones. Obsessing about calories and weighing things doesn’t work. It’s time to do away with guilt, shame and fear in order to break the cycle of this all too familiar inter-generational struggle.
‘I want nothing more than to help you learn how to raise a happy, confident daughter who has a normal relationship with food and who is comfortable in her own skin.’
Once you achieve food and body image freedom for yourself, you place yourself in the best position possible. As a mirror model, you’ll not only influence your daughter’s life but future generations to come. Now that’s what I call a movement worth fighting for!
How do I know? Because I’ve been there, done that.
The Mirror Movement™ is a body image movement like no other because it’s a story of mums and their daughters. Is it your story too?
I’m so excited you’re here!
I’m on a mission to change the lives of young girls around the world by empowering mums, like you and I, with body image issues to recognise the huge impact we are having on our daughter’s lives.
The Mirror Movement™ is based on the understanding that from the earliest age, our daughters are learning what ‘normal’ is from us as they mirror our behaviour. So if we’re walking a distorted path around food and our bodies, it’s our responsibility to be the change we want to see in our home and carve out a more positive track for everyone.
Raising strong daughters is not easy. At a time where society is so focused on external appearances, where images are photo shopped, and where fake is the new normal, we want to make sure our girls grow up with a positive relationship with food and their body. We want them to have self respect and love who they are.
Our movement is a global call for change that is founded on the belief that…healthy comes in all shapes and sizes…that we cannot leave the teaching of this message to schools…that dieting myths need to be debunked…and that positive body image must start in the home, before girls even hit their teens.
MY MISSION is to help change the future for our daughters one mother at a time. The Mirror Movement™ Philosophy is for Me, for You, for Them and for Us. By empowering mums to create change within, we empower our daughters by providing them with a positive mirror from which to view themselves. What will your mirror say?