We get The Sunday Times delivered at home and reading their Style section usually results in me ranting over the breakfast table.
Style tends to focus on £100 face creams, the latest exercise crazes, outfits that less than 0.05% of the population can afford and fad diets – the latest being sugar-free, so kale smoothie anyone?
On the other hand, their #FitNotThin campaign promotes the sensible benefits of a healthy, toned, fit-for-sporting-purpose body rather than a thin one.
You can’t have it both ways, and especially not in the same editorial:
Either we’re all supposed to be fit and healthy or thin and sugar free. And what about ‘mindful’? Sometimes I swear these magazines just exist to mess with your head…