WOW you guysssssssssssss. I can’t believe we’re saying this, but new issue of the magazine is almost sold out and it’s only on general release from today! We’re talking 95% sold out! This makes this our fastest ever selling pre-order since the launch issue. If you pre-ordered your copy will be winging it’s way to you already, but if not, this is your FINAL WARNING to order now or forever hold your peace.
As we mentioned, due to Covid-19, we don’t know if this issue will make it in to stores. So, if you want it, you MUST order it from us. We won’t be able to reprint the issue so once the final copies are gone, they are GONE.
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There’s nothing wrong with not wanting to be the centre of attention in life, however on your wedding day it can be kinda tricky not to be.
Everyone is there because they love you and your partner so It’s inevitable that they’re going to want to spend a little bit of time with you, take your photo (because you look incredible) and shower you with compliments. The amount of attention can leave even the most confident person feeling overwhelmed, but don’t give up on your dream day just yet.
There are a million reasons why getting over your ‘confidence wobbles’ is worth it for a wedding, for example: Seeing the look of love in your partner’s eyes when you see them at the end of the aisle, getting ready with your best friends, sharing a special moment with your mum or mad (if you have one that you’d fond of), seeing your friends throw shapes at the party of your dreams that all your friends have to come to (even if it’s a death metal or rainbow sparkle theme they would on any other day not agree to).
There’s no getting around it, for one day only you’re going to have to learn to love the limelight. To help get you through, I’ve got some killer tips to help even the most introverted babes.
Terri-Sian works in the music business, so when it came to organising her December wedding to partner Stewart, she had a head start on the organisation side of things. The couple found strength in their conviction to be able to plan a day that was based around them and their interests; in fact, the only traditional things they did were have speeches and cut the cake! “We were the inspiration for our wedding; we chose things that made us happy and just did things our way.”
Becca and David knew that when it came to planning their wedding, they wanted something completely different. “Having the same wedding that I’ve been to 10 times already is my idea of a nightmare,” said the bride. “We just wanted a super fun day full of high energy and all the things we love.” Who could be melancholy with so much colour around them?!
If you want to use this time in lockdown to work on yourself, to grow as a person and to emerge from quarantine like the beautiful butterfly that you are then baby, strap in, because have I got a treat for YOU!
💞 Do you ever wonder how different your life would look if you had to confidence to ask for that promotion, start that business, talk to that gorgeous person at a party?
💞 Do you ever wish you loved your body more?
💞 Are you terrified of being the centre of attention or are you worried about making a fool of yourself all the time?
💞 Do you ever feel like you can’t show people the real you because you’re scared of what they’ll think or say?
💞 Maybe you don’t even know who the real you is because you’re too afraid to ask yourself the difficult questions that you need to in order to find out?
The reality is that we are ALL capable of being confident and living the lives that we really, truly want because confidence is not a personality trait; confidence is a skill. Some of the most outgoing and extroverted people are incredibly insecure. Just because someone is loud or bossy doesn’t mean they believe in themselves or have the courage to follow their dreams. Whereas many introverts are extremely self-assured, are happy in their own company and feel confident in their abilities.
Having confidence is not about being a show off, or thinking you’re better than anybody else. It’s about believing in yourself, embracing the power of your own conviction and taking control over your own life and destiny. When you are confident you stand up for what you believe in, you excel at work and you can help others, too. Building your confidence helps everybody around you. It certainly has for me and so I want to share what I’ve learnt so you can do the same!
Unleashing your inner confident babe may feel like an impossible feat, but I promise you that it’s not. The reason I know that is because I have been there too. I spent years and years hating every single thing about myself. I spent so much time wishing I was someone else. I self-harmed, I was treated for depression, I spent a decade with a debilitating eating disorder that controlled my life and stole my sense of self-worth entirely.
Sometimes we just need a roadmap and a guide. We can’t always make the changes we want to by ourselves. We need someone to hold our hand and tell us that we’re doing a good job and we’re on the right path.
I want to help you get back in touch with yourself, to marvel at your own originality and make the relationship you have with yourself a priority. The Confidence Club will show you EXACTLY how to do it.
Adam and Glenna met while Adam worked at a music venue. “I admired him from afar – I liked how grumpy and busy he looked!” said Glenna. After many ill-fated chat-up lines on both parts, the pair exchanged numbers and proceeded to text about pizza. “Since then, we’ve found better things to talk about – and it turns out Adam is actually not all that grumpy!”