Who's been guilty of seeing things as 'good' vs 'bad' or 'healthy' vs 'unhealthy?' I used to ONLY live that way. I only deemed being healthy and good with eating clean and unprocessed foods 99% of the time and exercising as much as humanly possible! Anything that didn't fall into those standards was deemed 'bad.' … Continue reading Why there’s SO much more to life than the ‘all or nothing’ approach!
Oh how the holidays are supposed to be meant for enjoying and spending time with loved ones but are often riddled with anxiety, guilt, shame, and stress! I used to be the person who brought my own food to a holiday get together because I didn't want to disrupt my 'IBS.' On the other hand … Continue reading Holiday Food Permission Guide to Keep You Stress Free!
Oh how negative self-talk used to rule my world. I literally could talk about this for days on end! I was an expert at taking anything positive and immediately finding the negative. Boy was that a lonely world to live in! Learning how to stop myself from binge eating, emotional eating, restricting calories, and over … Continue reading 3 Ways To END Negative Self-Talk
Have you ever wished you were on top of the world? Wishing you were living a life where you never had to hurt, feel pain, or sorrow? Living a life only full of passion, joy, excitement, and success. The thing is, that’s not the life I actually want. Think about it, if you are sitting … Continue reading Never stop living, only start learning
Yesterday was an interesting emotional day. I want to share what happened because I know someone reading this will be able to use my experience and see they aren't alone. I woke up, enjoyed some tasty coffee with my husband and everything seemed to be going great. We were enjoying our coffee and watching old … Continue reading Why ’embracing the suck’ during a bad day is a good thing
I decided to try my hand at writing a little differently with this post. I have always had difficulties verbalizing my thoughts and feelings BUT that never stopped my mind from racing a million times a second. I have always loved to write because getting my thoughts on paper and out of my mind gave … Continue reading Perfectly Flawed