By Erin Meanley, Glamour magazine
When blogger Caitlin Boyle was feeling low one day, she stuck a note on a mirror in a public bathroom. It read, "You are beautiful!" She posted a photo of the note on her blog and with that, the Charlotte, NC resident had started a movement: Operation Beautiful.
Soon, women all over the world began posting similar notes. (I love the note above and this one that a mom posted about her baby loving her body.) You may have seen her on page 116 of Glamour's September issue-and if not, check it out! You can also see the notes on her blog or in her brand-new book, Operation Beautiful: Transforming the Way You See Yourself One Post-it Note at a Time (in stores now).
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I heart this feel-good movement-and I just had to talk to its founder. Here are my 3 Qs with Caitlin...
Smitten: Why did you start Operation Beautiful?
Caitlin: I was struggling with negative emotions associated with aRead More »from Smitten Challenge: Leave a Positive Message on a Post-It In Your Home or Office or Starbucks Bathroom Todayâ€¦