Have you ever been around someone who eats to live and thought how in the world? Have you ever felt alone in your incessant thoughts around food? Are you someone who overthinks what you ate if it was “unhealthy”? Are you someone who restricts so you can eat more later? Well you’re in the norm. […]
What teaching and practicing Pilates regularly for the past year has taught me. It’s been nearly a year since I embarked on my current Pilates journey. At the start of this year I began teacher training, bought four reformers, and found out what was going on with my posture. It was illuminating! Now, as the […]
Body neutrality centers around the idea that we can exist in our bodies without giving them too much negative or positive thought.
Why the phrase “abs are made in the kitchen” is a fallacy. For a long time I went along with it. After all, you are what you eat, right? Well, not exactly.
Instead of looking at the external, think of what your body has done and is currently doing for you. Make a list that you can access when you don’t like what you see in the mirror.
Welcome to your meal plan! Here you will find a great starter plan for you and your family, along with an itemized grocery list and delicious recipes. I love meal planning because it makes my life easier and helps me prioritize selfcare.
If you’ve heard or read about my history with food, none of this is going to surprise you. And if you happen to be one of the many people who puts nutrition, exercise, and body size in one category, then let’s bond over our similarities.
These 4 tips will help you begin to love food and yourself again. The journey to healing can start NOW!
The Holidays are often rough when it comes to body image issues. Because our culture at large is weight-centric, it infiltrates our family units. So, as we gather with our friends and family for the Holidays, it’s common to hear lots of body talk.