Lessons

Lessons from the Past 3 Weeks

Well my previous post should have went live last week, but there was a glitch and it just got posted. So this post may seem out of context if you read in order. I keep apologizing on social media for not being as present as I was. None of you may care, but I do. Writing blog posts lights a fire in my stomach, I think I could do it all day. Instagram, not so much. Mostly because I know there are so many more people that will see my content. I struggle with that because I don’t know if …

My Journey

My Journey to ending my 10 year battle

I don’t want to wake up in 20 years and wish I had done something when I was “younger”. Nor do I want to wake up in 20 years and still be struggling with food, body image, anxiety, confidence, comparison, shame, guilt, etc. I want to begin working on my journey to ending my 10 year battle, with all of these things. When I first posted on this blog and admitted to the internet world that I had an eating disorder, at that time I thought I was all “better”. That was only 3 months ago! But now, as I …

Effects of Exercise and Physical Activity on Anxiety

The growing amount of research on the positive effects of exercise, physical activity, and movement in general is undeniable. Exercise should be the first step in lifestyle modifications for the prevention and management of chronic diseases.¬†CrossFit has recently posted a video of Greg Glassman, “inventor” of CrossFit. In this video he discusses chronic diseases and the coronavirus. I don’t want to get to much into it right now as this is not he highlight of this post. But Greg is so passionate about what he does and what he “preaches”. It is definitely worth a listen. My favorite quote from …