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COVID and My Relationship with Food

TW Eating Disorder As someone who struggles with disordered eating, I am constantly working on my relationship with food. When there are large changes to my routine, like working from home and starting a new job, they can change the way that I interact with food and therefore make me reevaluate my relationship with food. Ever since I started working with my dietitian Kelsey, I’ve … Continue reading COVID and My Relationship with Food

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Wednesday’s Child

I am full of woe. Have you ever heard that nursery rhyme about what day of the week you were born? There are probably a few different versions, but here’s a common one: Monday’s child is fair of faceTuesday’s child is full of graceWednesday’s child is full of woeThursday’s child has far to go,Friday’s child is loving and giving,Saturday’s child works hard for a living,And … Continue reading Wednesday’s Child

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The Elementary School Market

With so little going on in my life right now, I find myself reminiscing about my past lives. As I’ve written on this blog before, when I was in elementary and middle school, I had the tendency to stand up in the front of the classroom and say whatever the hell came to my mind. I began different movements and activities because it never dawned … Continue reading The Elementary School Market

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In My Own Little World

TW Eating Disorder “You’re always trying to talk to me while we’re walking down the street, but I can’t really talk because I’m observing what’s going on around us,” my fiancé, Dan, explained to me one morning. “Oh yeah, I don’t notice much going on around me,” I admitted. “No kidding!” he laughed. I’ve always known that I’m an over-thinker, but more and more I’m … Continue reading In My Own Little World