At the beginning of this year, I wrote a post reflecting on 2018 and laying out what my New Year’s Resolutions would be for 2019. Now that 2019 is coming to a close I feel it is time for me to reflect back on this year, as well as those resolutions that I had set… Continue reading Reflecting on 2019
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.
I think it’s really important and good that people with influences as big as Shane Dawson’s are talking about this. Eating Disorders are so prevalent in society today, but they have begun to be normalized by diet culture and the wellness diet. Eating disorders do not have to look a certain way and neither do… Continue reading My Thoughts on the Eugenia Cooney Shane Dawson Documentary
Let me start this with a big, fat disclaimer: I LOVE Rachel Hollis. Seriously! I have recommended my friends, family, and acquaintances to her books since I have finished them. I would not even be writing this if it wasn’t for her. She has been a HUGE inspiration to me in following my dreams, and… Continue reading What Rachel Hollis Gets Wrong