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.
The other night, one of my closest friends, Danielle, messaged me on instagram saying "can you PLEASE do a blog on why I hate Whole 30?" I took a screen shot and posted it to my story in hopes of showing others that even people who aren't in recovery and aren't super involved in the anti-diet scene can see … Continue reading I asked my non-ED friends what they think about Whole 30 and they went off
It's that time of year again--and it's hard to believe that I'm even typing that. I feel like just yesterday I was posting the twelve days of recovery tips over on the @feedmerecovery instagram and it was my first holiday season with both my blog and my instagram account! If there's one thing I hear … Continue reading The Holidays are HERE!
If you scroll through Instagram and poke around in the various corners of the recovery community on the internet, you'll likely stumble upon photos of people in their underwear, information about weight lost/gained, and a decent amount of people who are still focusing on their bodies and the numbers that come along with recovery. Eating … Continue reading Why we shouldn’t be focused on numbers in recovery
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
I have seen a lot of STUPID stuff on the internet lately. And by stupid stuff, I mean inherently disordered things cloaked in the world of recovery and diet culture. Let's face it: not everyone on this planet sees diet culture for what it is. Some people--even though they claim to have knowledge about food, … Continue reading Thoughts on diet culture lately
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)