Stephanie Yeboah, like most of us, has had a whirlwind of a year. She moved into a new apartment (cue Ari Lennox’s hit), indulged in self-care practices like playing Zelda: Breath of The Wild on the Nintendo Switch & practicing yoga with the help of Jessamyn Stanley , broke her ankle while traveling, and wrote this masterpiece entitled Fattily Ever After: A Fat, Black Girl’s Guide to Living Life.
Early on, Yeboah knew she didn’t want this book to be just a memoir, a glow-up guide or a “tips and trick” tell-all. Instead, she combined all of those elements to create a historical, colorful, and intentional read with the facts, figures, and receipts to match.
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I’ve written and rewritten this caption so many times, as there’s so much I want to say, yet can’t put into words. I can’t believe I get to hold this in my hands for the first time. I…