Exposed Movement

Thanks for stopping by!

The Exposed Movement is here. It started when I decided that I was tired of hating the way that I looked and wanted to celebrate my body.

There are NO rules for posting. It starting out when I ‘stripped’ down of sorts and posting what my body did for me in a celebratory way. Other people followed suit and others have chosen to be creative without ‘strippin’ down. ANY WAY is ok. I know that some people are cool with showing off some skin and many others, for a host of reasons, are not. You can even just write.

The point is to ‘expose’ the side of yourself that reflects on YOU. The awesome parts, the accomplished parts, the parts that you don’t tap into. Let yourself be honest, raw, reflective, celebratory and exposed.

There are people who are going to post throughout the week, with Saturday being the official anniversary. I do ask, kindly, if you can link back to this page and perhaps use the hashtag #exposed.

Thanks for stopping by!!!

~Mish xo


It started when I Exposed myself to the world.

Fourth Year Reflections 7-12 October 2013. Here’s my post!

  1. MizFit
  2. Emmie:AuthenticallyEmmie
  3. Roni:RonisWeigh
  4. Kate:FaboulousAfter50
  5. Jules:BigGirlBombshell
  6. Karen:KCLAnderson
  7. Katy:KatyWidrick
  8. Susan:FoodFoodBodyBody
  9. Katie:HeadHeartHealth
  10. Donna:BeatingLimitations
  11. Maria:RealFitMama
  12. Brooke:BrookeNotonaDiet
  13. Lyn:EscapefromObesity

Here are the other amazing people who have Exposed themselves:

  1. Eating Journey: It started here!
  2. A Merry Life
  3. Heather fromย Blog To Lose
  4. ExHotGirl: Body Love
  5. Fab Kate: Exposed?
  6. Head Heart Health
  7. Life w/Maggie&Ben
  8. Living Out Loud
  9. Loves To Lose
  10. MizFit Expozed
  11. Noshtopia: I’m Exposed
  12. Ron is getting healthy (another guy steps up!)
  13. Roni’s Weigh: I’ve Been Exposed
  14. The Jungle of Life (our first dude!)
  15. The Naked Truth
  16. Cranky Fitness
  17. Live_for_Love: Exposed
  18. Billy: Exposed
  19. Mandy@Staying on Course: EXPOSED: baring all for better body image
  20. Briciole Di Pane (Italian Women!)
  21. PriorFatGirl Exposed
  22. Cindy–Cancer Survivor Exposed
  23. A Warrior’s Feet and Legs
  24. Katy @ SillyTaterTot
  25. Cynthia–Here I am Exposed
  26. Josie @ YumYucky
  27. Tim–What I’ve Learned So Far
  28. MrsFatass Exposed
  29. Donna D. — Exposed
  30. Glenda — Exposed
  31. Ryan @ NoMoreBacon
  32. Greta @ BigBottomBlogger
  33. Losing Weight After 45 ‘Exposed
  34. SkinnyJeans ‘Exposed’
  35. I am a Phoenix Baby ‘Exposed’
  36. Big Girl Bombshell ‘My Life is Weighting’
  37. RealFitMama ‘Exposed
  38. Julia ‘Exposed’
  39. Kelly: Exposed
  40. Steve @265and Falling ‘Exposed’
  41. SkinnySushi ‘Exposed’
  42. FitHungryGurlAdventures ‘Exposed’
  43. Joggers Life ‘Your Girl Gets Exposed’
  44. Escape From Obesity “Exposed”
  45. Losin’ It ‘My Arms Exposed’
  46. Jack Sh*t Exposed
  47. Learn Fitness ‘Exposed from The Inside Out’
  48. Leaving Fatville ‘Exposing Me’
  49. LessLauren ‘Exposed’
  50. Kicking My Trash “Me Exposed”
  51. A Future Success Story
  52. All Thing Ron ‘Exposed–The Wake Up Call’
  53. Medicinal Marzipan ‘Exposed’
  54. Kepa @ FatLazyGuy ‘F*@K You: Self Exposed
  55. Brooke@BrookeNotOnADiet ‘I’ve Been Exposed’
  56. The Girl In the Fat Suit ‘I Feel Rather Exposed brrr’
  57. 61 and Exposed
  58. This is me. The cellulite on my thighs, the stretchmarks on my hips
  59. What Would Rocky Do? ‘Exposed’
  60. Undefined and Exposed
  61. SlimminSam
  62. Jen:MakingMesses
  63. NotFat,JustCurvy
  64. Tara:263andcounting
  65. Angela:FitGeek
  66. Destination:Athlete
  67. I’mADramaMama
  68. GirlGoneHealthy
  69. Karen:MuffinFixation
  70. JP:TheFatPersonChallenge
  71. Kareena:TravelingWell
  72. MonicaWantsIt
  73. Jessi’sBlog
  74. Nellie:CookingItOff
  75. LosingWeightAfter45IsABit-h
  76. LisaDouglas’sPosterous
  77. AuthenticallyEmmie
  78. Tirah:SheepdoggOnePDoubleG
  79. Beki:WildChildGoneGood
  80. Tiffany:ReleaseTiff
  81. Lissa:SisterhoodoftheShrinkingJeans
  82. Brooke:SmartStrongSexy
  83. Colleen:TheFitBee
  84. Jamee:ANewKindOfNormal
  85. Christy:TheShrinkingJeansofChristy
  86. Trish:JustThe6OfUs
  87. MommyMo:GrowingUpMo
  88. Susan:FoodFoodBodyBody
  89. Barb:QuickLikeABunny!
  90. Becca:GrayandBecca
  91. Mel:MelGetsFit
  92. PubsGal:Oppositelife
  93. Nancy:ShesGettingSerious
  94. Bari:DiaryOfAShrinkingChick
  95. Ann:Ann-ShesGonnaBlow
  96. April:MyLifeAtThirty
  97. Kirsten:LivingInAGirlsWorld
  98. Jen:JenInRealLife
  99. Deb:FitDeb4Life
  100. Erica:3LittleSparows
  101. Karen:Before&After
  102. Sharon:MomGenerations
  103. Debra:FinallyGettingFit
  104. Kris:PowerOfKris
  105. Eric:ErrBearr
  106. Barb:AJigglyChickLosesWeight
  107. Roo:Color-Me-Crazy
  108. Joe:BeyondTheTwoZero
  109. Tracie:Blissfulbedlam
  110. Joy:BeingJoy
  111. Josie:AtTheStartingLine
  112. Carla:WishInAintDoin
  113. Aaron:Stroutmeister
  114. Paula:PaolaSlimsDown
  115. Kendra:KendraThroughTheLookingGlass
  116. Kayle:BreakingDownTheWalls
  117. Danielle:TRexRunner (new)
  118. Jess:ALittleMoreEachDay (new)
  119. Cyndi:RunRollRepeatC (new)
  120. AnnaMarie:Reflectionsofafarmgirl (new)
  121. Chanelle:Exposed (new)
  122. Carly:Love&LearningtoLove:BaringitAll (new)
  123. Kathy:SelfiesForEverybody (new)

One Year Reflections 12 October 2010, here’s my reflection
These are bloggers who posted an Exposed post during 2009-2010 and reflected on the One Year Anniversary of Exposed

  1. Jen: PriorFatGirl
  2. Head Heart Health
  3. Jennifer: ExHotGirl
  4. MizFit
  5. MrsFatass
  6. JewliaGoulia
  7. Mandy:StayingTheCourse
  8. Donna: BeatingLimitations
  9. Mary:AMerryLife
  10. Ryan:NoMoreBacon
  11. JackSh*t
  12. AJLovesToLose
  13. KatyWidrick
  14. Cynthia:ItAllChanges
  15. LeavingFatVille
  16. BigGirlBombshell
  17. Lance:TheJungleofLife
  18. Brooke:NotOnADiet!
  19. Hilda:TheHappinessBusiness
  20. SkinnyMini
  21. Roni:Roni’sWeigh
  22. Mara:MedicinalMarzipan
  23. LearnFitness
  24. Maria:RealFitMama
  25. Elisabeth:AJoggersLife

The Exposed Movement has gained press…check it out!

90 thoughts on “Exposed Movement

  1. mamaV says:

    Hi Mish! Way to go starting this movement — I’ll keep updating our list right along with yours so we keep this front and center in women’s minds.

    Who’s next??? (then again who am I to say — I have not exposed myself yet!)
    aka mamaV from We Are The Real Deal

    PS Thanks for posting our blog icon! I think we are now just starting to form our true community of like minded individuals, I am seeing a lot of new comments come through from people who are looking for that mind/body connection, while letting go of the perceived flaws physical form. The more we can deliver that message to the masses, the happier we all shall be!

    • Mish says:

      You’re very welcome. I love LOVE the icon and I love your website. It’s people like you and the group who keep this positive view going. Thank you for stopping by. ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Cherrie Herrin-Michehl, MA, LMHC says:

    I am a licensed mental health counselor and have had the honor of walking with many people through their food/weight/body image issues. Research says that dieting is not a long-term solution because almost everyone who loses weight gains it all back – plus more! This is because food and weight issues are much more about our hearts and our stories than calories and fat grams. Until we address these issues of the heart, we cannot fight the body image bandit and win. I am writing a book and blog about the causes and how to address them instead of treating the symptoms only. If we don’t work on the causes of our weight/body issues, it is like cutting off a weed at the top. It looks good for a while, but it always comes back. My latest post is called, “Real Reasons for Food Addiction.” I would love to hear your thoughts. Thanks, Cherrie
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  3. says:

    It is funny…I went to a few of these people’s “exposed” posts and I honestly wondered why they don’t like their bodies…they seemed beautiful to me. I think we are so hard on ourselves. None of us look like supermodels. I wonder what people would think of my body…how they would view it differently than I do.

  4. kandkfood says:

    Such a wonderful movement. It’s easy to forget what real people look like if you open a magazine, watch TV, read about fitness and have these perfected, airbrushed images in your face all the time. Being pretty young still (in my 20s), it is awesome to see all of these women so proud of their bodies after they have given birth, gone through cancer, gained or lost weight– just lived their life to the fullest. Much better role models and body messages than most of what is directed at women!! Thank you ๐Ÿ™‚ -Katie

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  6. Lucretia says:

    Thank you for your video. I have just recently posted pictures of myself on my blog and while looking at them I was ashamed. I knew that I was over weight but I never imagined that I looked like that. It is blogs like yours and so many others that inspired me to look at myself in a different view. I know now that my photos only encourage me to do something about my weight and about my physical well being.
    Thank you,

    • Mish says:

      I have recently began to realise that much of my physical self it actual the manifestation of what I feel like internally. So not only work on your outside self, but work on your mental self as well. Good luck.

  7. Arlyne Klaman says:

    I have been to your site a few times now, and this time I am adding it to my bookmarks ๐Ÿ™‚ Your posts are always relevant, unlike the same-old stuff on other sites (which are coming off my bookmarks!) Rock on!

  8. says:

    Such a wonderful movement. It’s easy to forget what real people look like if you open a magazine, watch TV, read about fitness and have these perfected, airbrushed images in your face all the time. Being pretty young still (in my 20s), it is awesome to see all of these women so proud of their bodies after they have given birth, gone through cancer, gained or lost weight– just lived their life to the fullest. Much better role models and body messages than most of what is directed at women!! Thank you -Katie

  9. Stefanie says:

    Wow, your blog is so inspiring! I came across it through another blog. I can totally relate to everything you have said. The picture you show of yourself being successful, open, and brave are eye-opening to me. I realize I don’t have a whole lot of fun. I get bogged down, which is an excuse to not being open to life. I am currently reading WF&G. Thank you for your honesty!

    • Mish says:

      Thank you for means to much to me that you have found inspiration. Continue with your journey in life ๐Ÿ™‚ Hope to see you popping around EJ soon ๐Ÿ™‚

  10. Fab Kate says:

    Thanks for keeping this going. I don’t see me listed above, but I was part of it back then, and did a “re-exposed” last year. I plan on taking part in this again!

    • Mish says:

      UGH. I’ll go find your posts and put them up. I hoped that this wouldn’t happen, but it’s been three years since I’ve been here. Will add you right away as well as the other one. If I can’t find them, I’ll e-mail ya ๐Ÿ™‚ SOO sorry about that and thank you for supporting it! ~Mish

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