By Yolanda Zellous on 10:49 AM

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Big Girls you are not all alone in this world!

There are other women out there just like you
There is a special spirit that belongs only to Big-Boned Women.
You know this special spirit because you have this spirit.


This is not another diet program
This is not another weight loss plan
This is not another way to lose it fast and lose it forever.

The Spirit of Big-Boned Women is a collage of womens stories. The voices of big-boned (plus sized) women from all different backgrounds have been woven together in a beautiful tapestry to inspire all women. Women come in all shapes, sizes and styles and all of us have a story to tell.

There is no barrier to beauty, but before you can see someone elses beauty, you have to embrace yourself as beautiful.

The Spirit of Big-Boned Women is more than just a book.
The Spirit of Big-Boned Women is a look in the mirror.

Its time to see yourself.
You will see yourself or someone you know in one of the over fifty stories in this book.

Our mission is about much more than promoting Big Boned Women. The Spirit of Big-Boned Women will promote and uplift the beauty of women from the depths of their spirits. This book will empower you and uplift you as a woman.

Who Should Read The Spirit of Big-Boned Women?

Big-Boned (Plus Sized) Women

Anyone who knows and loves Big-Boned Women

Anyone who does not understand Big-Boned Women

Anyone who has ever been afraid to look in the mirror at themselves
The Spirit of Big-Boned Women will change the way you see yourself. When you hear the words of other women telling their stories and say, Thats me, you will know you are not alone. Big-Boned Women deserve to be seen as well as heard!

Zellyo and Big Boned Women

By Yolanda Zellous on 9:50 AM

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Zellyo Productions has the capability to position itself as the most experienced promoter of the plus sized woman’s fashion industry in United States. Zellyo Production has successfully taken their vision and launched a viable company that spotlights and uplifts the plus size women industry through print and media. The company has expanded to provide services, products, and resources to compliment our vast and diversified customer base. Initially, the end consumer consisted of plus sized African American women and has expanded into other ethnic groups and nationalities over the past three years. Since the inception of Zellyo Productions in 2005, the company has leveraged their experience of the industry to ensure the company has been productive from the beginning. CEO of Zellyo Productions, Yolanda Zellous, created an effective supply chain from her career as an actor. The owner exploited the underserved plus sized woman’s market to create the profitable company. The company has currently produced projects such as the “Spirited Actors Workshop” and the soon to be released documentary “Big Boned Woman.” Future endeavors include calendars, books, films and plays.

Big Boned Women Tees on sale now 19.99 S.H. included

By Yolanda Zellous on 8:58 AM

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Big Boned Women Book request personal stories submit yours today!!

By Yolanda Zellous on 8:54 AM

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BBW Book

By Yolanda Zellous on 8:44 AM

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Atten all Plus Ladies...If you are not able to submit your 500-700 personal story. Please feel free to submit a short client/friend comment on how Zellyo,Yolanda and BBW blessed you. If I was able to help you in any way to reach your dreams. Please send that comment to I have worked with hundres of plus models and actors etc over the past 5 yrs. I want to hear from you also. Love ya

kids and sports

By Yolanda Zellous on 6:49 AM

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Can someone answer this?Listen, We didnt put my son in any sports when he was younger. Whenever I asked if he wanted to do a sport he said no. I didnt want to push him into anything. Now he is 16 in the marching band and he tells me that I should have forced him to takeup a sport .. he said "You are the parent" We should have forced him into a sport..Am I wrong? Should we force our kids 2 take sports.

staying humble

By Yolanda Zellous on 6:49 AM

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Staying humble and and staying me is great but How come I am so darn nice to everyone? Some people are taking me for granted. I try to be nice to everyone that I meet cause I know its the God thing to do. God help me when people are mean for no reason at all.