I’m a huge fan of Escapa Living (remember this adorable colorful tassel dress?) and I’m excited to partner with them today to share this off the shoulder tassel dress I’ve been loving. The vibrant print is giving me life and making me so impatient for summer! Escapada Living also recently expanded their sizing to include plus sizes 0-3x which makes me even happier to be able to partner with them today. Now… let’s talk about about how to get a beach body.
I hope you’re paying close attention because there are two important steps for (more…)
A body positive fitness space is so important to me. I’m not interested in hearing that I now earned my french fries because I worked out hard enough or that I need to burn those calories to get my bikini body for summer. (more…)
I challenge you to look at every single long term research study on diets- there aren’t that many that look past the 18 month mark. Why is that? Because studies show time and time again that that 95% of people will regain the weight (if not more), regardless of the diet they go on by the 2-5 year mark.
Almost anyone can successfully lose weight on a diet. But unless you’re that 5% unicorn, chances are you’ll keep regaining the weight. (more…)
One of my dear friends wrote this powerful piece on how it feels to live with an eating disorder. I thought I’d share this in honor of National Eating Disorder Awareness Week. Please scroll to the bottom of this post for a list of resources available for those seeking help. If you are struggling, you do not have to go through this alone. Thank you “C” for being brave enough to share this, even anonymously.
I also want to be clear that this story is ONE version of an eating disorder. Many people suffer with no medical complications and many people suffer in average and above average weight bodies. No matter your size, you deserve help.
An eating disorder can be hard to understand if it’s something you’ve never struggled with. As a therapist that treats eating disorders, I thought I’d tackle some common misconceptions for eating disorder awareness week. Here are 4 eating disorder myths debunked!
Myth: You need to be thin/emaciated to have an eating disorder. (more…)