Mind The Gap

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Office Chairs Plus Size People Love (And No, They're Not Your Dad's Big & Tall Office Chair)

Most adults spend more than half of their waking hours at work. For those of us who work in offices, the right office chair can be the difference between productivity and pain. For plus size people, office furniture can be tricky to find. So-called “big and tall office chairs” often still have arms that don’t […]

Where to Find Affordable, Secondhand Plus-Size Dresses, Gowns and More for the Holidays

The holidays are officially upon us. If you’re like me, that means holiday parties with friends, family, and coworkers. Last year, I had six special occasion events that required cocktail or formal attire. That’s a lot for this girl on a budget! Luckily, I had a closet full of options thanks to my previous career […]

13 Things Your Plus-Size Guests Want You to Know This Holiday Season

As seasons change and you start planning holiday parties and gatherings, I hope the plans in your head are nothing short of grand. All the fancy things. Stinky cheeses, shiny decorations, and sweet confections. I also expect the comfort of your guests is on your mind. And since chances are you have at least one […]

Dining Chairs Plus Size People Love & Where To Buy Them

According to a recent survey conducted by AllGo, 95% of plus-size people experience anxiety when going somewhere new. What’s the leading cause of that anxiety? Not knowing if the place they’re headed to will have plus-size friendly seating. What makes seating good for plus size people? Over the last year, we’ve collected thousands of reviews, […]

The “Hidden Curriculum” Taught by Desks in College Classrooms (Almost) Everywhere

The needs of fat students cannot continue to be ignored. A small desk tells every fat student on campus that they are not welcome. It is one more piece of evidence that something is wrong with them, and they don’t belong. Instead, college and university leadership must take steps to increase the accessibility of their spaces, especially classrooms.