the bathroom scale: weighing my progress

There’s a scale in my bathroom. On the floor, idly waiting for the next customer to take that fateful step. A numbered dial, a red […] Read More

your self-worth in numbers: why YOU matter.

The ingrained fixation on numbers is a hard pill to swallow. On a daily basis, I’m not as number-hungry (pun intended) as I used to […] Read More

finding peace in your body image and faith

The relationship we have with our bodies is constantly changing. Perhaps the one consistent thing in it is how we can incorporate body image and […] Read More

GUEST POST: embarking toward veganism and spirituality

Veganism and spirituality might sound like a discombobulated association. One involves food, the other…not so much. However, I see the two having an interesting connection […] Read More

eating disorder recovery and body positivity when bloated

We’ve all been there: after enjoying a big meal, your body takes on an expanded persona. Everything feels swelled up. All you want to do […] Read More

I’ve gained weight: accepting physical eating disorder recovery

If eating disordered thoughts trigger you, today’s post isn’t for you. But if you’re willing to understand my muddled, racing thoughts, stick around. As the […] Read More

intuitive eating in eating disorder recovery: how to do it healthfully

Once I learned about the concept of intuitive eating, especially in the thick of disordered eating, I was simply appalled. I was in pure disbelief […] Read More

finding positive summer body image

What a relief to finally be experiencing sunshine and warm weather. Winter is so last season. The long winter has left me especially appreciative of spring and summer, but […] Read More

a vegan college guide to survive & thrive

Since I am about to graduate college, what better time to share my college tips and advice than right now? It’s also an appropriate time […] Read More

how to accept and welcome change

Change happens just outside your comfort zone. This simple phrase has acted as my mantra for many years, since first walking into middle school (a […] Read More