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An Interview with Allie Atkinson

Happy Tuesday!

So my collaboration book has only been out 24 hours! What a crazy 24 hours it’s been…multiple best selling author on Amazon! Eek!!!

Real Life Stories, Volume 1 from Love Thy Body Project.

It is available NOW on Amazon in Kindle version and in print from next Monday. 

Head to Amazon and grab your copy today!

I have many more interviews to share in a daily series with most of the co authors of our book.

Today we have Allie Atkinson. I’ll hand over to you, Allie…

Name, Age & Location:

Allie Atkinson

32

Leicestershire, UK.

Tell us a bit about you...

I was born in Essex and moved to Leicester in 2006 to study Dance at University and went on to qualify as a Primary School Teacher in 2013.

I married my husband in 2014, and we had our first child in 2015.

From then on, I have a been a Stay-at-home Mummy and we have since been joined by two more children in 2017 and 2020.

My chapter discusses the difficulties I have faced as a mother and how they challenged my relationship with myself, whilst also looking at the motivation and inspiration my children provide me with for loving my authentic self.

Why did you decide to share your story?

I wanted to write my story for those ladies who may have experienced something similar to me and who may find comfort in being able to say ‘me too’.

Sometimes knowing someone else feels the way you do is comforting and encouraging enough to keep us going.

I’m no where near the end of my own journey, but I also know how much I would have valued knowing I wasn’t alone with my feelings.

Name of your chapter and a sneaky peek...

One Mummy’s Jouney So Far

‘ I was angry. Angry with everyone, with everything, especially myself. I wanted other to prioritise me, to prove my worth, and show me love because I was unable to. ‘

Tell us where we can find you...

www.instagram.com/allie.atko

A bit about the book & What is Love Thy Body Project?

Serena Novelli, Laura Bland and Ana Bonasera are out to change the world by
empowering women to love the skin they are in.

23 real women share their stories of overcoming life’s challenges in a new
collaboration book.

All too often women grow up feeling that they are not enough – not smart enough,
not slim enough, not pretty enough, the list goes on.

Love Thy Body Project was founded in September 2019 with the focus of helping women across the globe to step into their power and be true to themselves.

Utilising workshops, both online and in person (pre-covid), live trainings via social media, blogs, radio interviews, magazine interviews and more, Serena, Laura and Ana have already been able to reach out and help thousands of women.

With a combined social media following of over 22,000 their aim is to continue to grow and make
waves in the world of self-love and body confidence.

Life is never simple or straight forward, we all experience ups and downs, we each
have different challenges and we each deal with them differently.

In the first of what Ana Bonasera, Laura Bland, Serena Novelli
will be a series of books Serena, Laura and Ana help 23 inspirational women to share their stories.

This is not your average book and is not a simple case of learning to love and
appreciate perceived flaws.

Within this book there are 23 unique stories covering mental health issues, domestic abuse, surviving cancer, overcoming the body’s own perceived failings, childhood bullying and so much more.

23 amazing women have bonded, lifted each other up and held space for each other as they shared their writing journey.

Most of these ladies have never embarked on a project like this before.

They have now bared their soul to empower, inspire, uplift and support other women.

The book is due to be released mid November 2020 in both Kindle and paperback format.

Previously featured in/on: BBC Radio Leicester, BBC Radio Oxford, The Loughborough
Echo, The Leicester Mercury, Elastic FM, How To Look Good Naked, Fit and Well
Magazine, Fabulous Magazine, Best, BBC Oxford News, Solihull Radio, plus many
more.

An Interview with Allie Atkinson
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