With the New Year resolutions coming a vast majority of you will make a resolution to create more healthy lifestyle habits, which is AMAZING! However, this industry is a BILLION dollar industry. As in any highly successful industry it is about the MONEY. You will get a million and ten people offering you ways to … Continue reading Why a “health/wellness” New Years Resolution can potentially be toxic:
Under my old blog I wrote a post called "Viewing Food as the Enemy" In it I talked about overcoming an eating disorder and developing a great relationship with food. Lets go over a few things. Did you overcame an eating disorder like I did? Do you just assume since you are working out, eating … Continue reading Relationships with Food: Where am I now
This time last year it felt like everyone who knew what I was going through, including my own self, was worried about me. The holidays were a toss up there was going to be alcohol, tons of food, and my gym at the time was closed on holidays. Sure there were obviously steps I was … Continue reading Surviving the holidays and staying in recovery (a short but effective blog)
One of the most cliche lines may be "The first step is admitting you have a problem". It may piss off anyone who hasn't admitted they have a problem yet. As someone who has recovered I can see the statement and go yup that is 100% true but I can also understand that it is … Continue reading Denial is really what is holding you back: My story of my denial.