Though I have come a long way in healing my relationship with food, I have come to realize recently that is will be something a battle for the rest of my life. Our culture is so pervasive in the ways it perpetuates the restriction mentality and perfectionism, and the disordered eating mindset can creep up… Continue reading Chicken Nuggets Saved My Life
As you probably already noticed, I am a big fan of New Year’s Resolutions. While I believe that you can pursue a new goal or challenge at any time throughout the year, I enjoy the collectiveness of New Years Resolutions. Over this past year, I have found that writing these resolutions or goals down can… Continue reading My New Year’s Resolutions
It’s finally here! We’ve made it to the last month of 2019! December is a month that goes by very quickly, but it also is when we start looking at what we want our New Year’s Resolutions. When people think of New Year Resolutions, they often think of weight loss, crash diets, and gym memberships.… Continue reading Maybe Don’t Make Weightloss Your New Years Resolution?
Welcome to your second Monday Motivation! To be honest, after posting my first Monday Motivation, I wasn't feeling very motivated. I spent a lot of last week catching up on some much-needed rest, and it paid off! I am feeling fresh and motivated as ever! Enough about rest though, this week's topic is Support Systems. If… Continue reading Finding Your Support System
I was 8 years old when I started my first ever diet, Weight Watchers. Before I had finished growing or hit puberty, I was already trying to make myself smaller. This sparked a long journey of crash dieting, disordered eating, starvation, and body dysmorphia. My parents were only doing what they thought was best, guided… Continue reading New Weight Watchers Program Encourages Eating Disorders in Kids Ages 8-17.