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Bethany Heykoop
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The Great Nation of Los Angeles : Felicia 
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My husband thinks this is my funniest post.
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the opposite of a lifestyle blog as we know it
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The opposite of a lifestyle blog as we know it. www.thenewvantage.com
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Hello! I'm new to the community and just started what I like to call the "opposite of a lifestyle blog as we know it."

This blog is a compilation of my thoughts and experiences living in Los Angeles.

 I mainly seek to change the mainstream ideology of what "beautiful" things are, so I've started a campaign: #fleshoutbeauty to help us all get to know the parts of ourselves that we find beautiful and proliferate these images in social media to help change the mentality on "beauty." 

My lifestyle blog is attainable and real, a bit tongue in cheek, and seeking to challenge stagnant ideology in mainstream channels. I'd love to hear your thoughts and hopefully ways to create a more real world where beauty is no longer ascribed to us, but is understood as an intrinsic value.

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Skid Row & The Weird White Girl -- a first post in a series about my time on Skid Row and the unexpected lessons. 

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Skid Row & The Weird White Girl -- a first post in a series about my time on Skid Row and the unexpected lessons. 

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Skid Row & The Weird White Girl -- a first post in a series about my time on Skid Row and the unexpected lessons. 

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Skid Row & The Weird White Girl -- a first post in a series about my time on Skid Row and the unexpected lessons. 

Hello! I'm new to the community and just started what I like to call the "opposite of a lifestyle blog as we know it." I've always written and just never shared with anyone, so this blog is a compilation of my thoughts and experiences living in Los Angeles. I mainly seek to change the mainstream ideology of what "beautiful" things are, so I've started a campaign: #fleshoutbeauty    to help us all get to know the parts of ourselves that we find beautiful and proliferate these images in social media to help change the mentality on beauty. My lifestyle blog is attainable and real, a bit tongue in cheek, and seeking to challenge stagnant ideology in mainstream channels. I'd love to hear your thoughts and hopefully ways to create a more real world where beauty is no longer ascribed to us, but is understood as an intrinsic value. 
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