Almost everything worthwhile that I’ve done in my life has required quite a large time investment. Right now, most of us have more time than we know what to do with. Honestly though, an excess of time doesn’t always feel good, especially when it’s kind of forced upon us like it has been with this … More Making the Most of Your Quarantine
I’m pretty picky about what I allow myself to see on social media. I don’t seek out articles or blogs that show pictures of food, talk about dieting, showcase exercise routines, or talk too much about the nitty gritty details of nutrition. Scrolling through media like this can be addicting, and I know that for … More The #1 Thing That Helped Me in My Recovery
I took a British Literature class in high school, and one of the poems we read has still stuck with me, even after all the years: The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock by T. S. Eliot. One of verses in the poem reads, For I have known them all already, known them all:Have known … More Good Days, Bad Days, and Life in Recovery
“Don’t think about a pink elephant.” You’re probably thinking about a pink elephant now, right? This is a classic example of how telling ourselves not to think about something is completely ineffective. Especially when it comes to food, trying to put too much emphasis on not doing something — whether that means not eating a … More How to Stop Obsessing Over Food
Today is the debut of Taylor Swift’s new documentary, Miss Americana on Netflix. In it, she reveals her struggle with an eating disorder for the first time. Admissions like hers aren’t rare in celebrity culture, with new details regarding the inner struggles of American idols emerging every day. But Swift’s is noteworthy for two key … More Taylor Swift Had an Eating Disorder. This Is Why It Matters.