T.O.F.U. Talks: Defining Activism

Image contains a white background with black text that says "T.O.F.U. Talks" above a black line with a small indent in the centre pointing below to text that says "Fat Positivity (With Amanda Lily, Personal Trainer & Health Coach)".

Since I ran into issues live streaming the T.O.F.U. #14 author chat earlier this year, I’m sorry to say that I still haven’t found a way to continue to host chats live while living in SE Asia. Luckily, I have found a way to at least record the chats and post them later for folks to view, so that’s a positive, right?

On that note, I’m happy to say that I recently sat down with my good friend, Amanda Lily, to talk about defining activism and how she came to realize it was up to her to decide whether or not she was an activist, not the people around her.

Amanda has been a big supporter of T.O.F.U. for years now, and she even contributed a piece for the issue on chronic illness and physical health. Needless to say, it was great to have a chance to talk with her about her activism and much more, and I highly recommend you check it out.

About Amanda

Amanda Lily is a vegan health coach and personal trainer that offers coaching to those who want to adopt a kinder diet, but struggle with the logistical and social challenges of fitting it into their daily lives. through workshops and virtual coaching with one-on-one and group sessions, she helps people all over North America find a way to bring their choices more in-line with their values.

For more on Amanda, please visit her website.

Related Posts

Post Response