We live in a culture that applauds being busy, exhaustion, productivity, being overworked, underpaid, and, honestly….underfed. If you stop by any college library or visit a bar downtown that’s bustling with millennials, it’ll probably be less than five minutes before you hear someone talk about how busy they are. And I get it. A lot … Continue reading How I stopped hating alone time.
I would start this blog by saying I can't believe it's been a whole year, but I ~can~ believe it's been a whole year since I launched @feedmerecovery! Starting this blog and my instagram had always been something I'd wanted to do, but I didn't get around to it until August 15th, 2017. I just … Continue reading It’s been one whole year!
I am not going to lie...every single time someone congratulates me on getting engaged and then asks me about our wedding plans, I cringe a little bit. NOT because it's a stressful planning process, and NOT because I don't want to talk about it. I cringe because there's a part of me that is WAITING … Continue reading Wedding (diet) Culture
Back in 2013 my sister spent some time living in Paris, and my LUCKY ASS got to go visit. BUT of course, I was not doing too hot back then ED-wise so instead of *appreciating* the fact that my parents paid my way and scheduled fun things for us to all do, I spent my … Continue reading I went to Paris (again)
One thing I've learned over the last year of life is how to better handle my stress. I did this thing in undergrad where I would basically get to the end of the semester and then IMPLODE because I would ignore my stress all semester in an attempt to just power through my classes, my … Continue reading What I’ve Learned in Grad School Is…..(also vacation thoughts)
This last month has been busy for me. I feel like I haven't been writing on here as much as I used to and that makes me really *REALLY* sad because writing is something I love and this blog is something I've always wanted to do. That all being said, I'm a grad student, I … Continue reading What I did in March
The other night when I had dinner with a friend, I heard myself say something that I thought quite nicely described the view point on life lately: happiness is hard work. What I mean by that is that happiness doesn't just happen. It doesn't just come, good relationships don't just pop up, and anything worth … Continue reading Happiness is hard work