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Deep Dive: Ice Cream – Josh’s Take

It’s a rather busy week, podcast wise, so this may be a shorter dive than usual, though it should still be quite deep. First things first, though, chocolate peanut-butter swirl is my absolute favorite ice cream. Also, my dad is dead. I know that a lot of you are probably thinking that’s a pretty big bombshell to drop so causally, but if you’ll bear with … Continue reading Deep Dive: Ice Cream – Josh’s Take

ice cream

Deep Dive: Ice Cream

This week Josh and I are going to deep dive into a topic we’ve covered on our podcast, Overrated/Underrated. Our podcast is lovingly called “the show where two exes bicker pointlessly about nothing for a half hour” because, well, that’s what it is. Josh and I have individually documented what it’s like to work on this pod together on my blog, and while we’ve had … Continue reading Deep Dive: Ice Cream

what everyone should know about eating disorders

Don’t Tell Me to Eat a Hamburger: What Everyone Should Know about Eating Disorders

(TW Eating Disorders)   As you may know if you’ve read my blog, I suffer from an eating disorder (ED). I’ve never had formal psychiatric intervention to help me deal with it, and every day I find another aspect of my life that my eating disorder affects. Since this week is National Eating Disorder Awareness week, my Registered Dietitian Kelsey wanted to work with me … Continue reading Don’t Tell Me to Eat a Hamburger: What Everyone Should Know about Eating Disorders

celebrating food

Celebrating Food

(TW Disordered Eating) If you’re a regular here, you know all about my issues with disordered eating. I can’t remember a time when I didn’t have some unhealthy thoughts around food, nor can I remember a time when I didn’t obsess about everything that I ate (and subsequently, my weight). With the introduction of Kelsey, my new dietitian, into my life, I’ve been trying to … Continue reading Celebrating Food

improving my relationship with my body

Improving My Relationship with My Body

(TW Eating Disorder) As I’m sure anyone with a history of disordered eating can attest, pretty much every moment where food or my body is on my mind at all is a struggle. There’s a constant stream of worry and self-hatred. On the rare occasions that I look in the mirror and don’t absolutely loathe myself, I start searching for imperfections. Hating my body is … Continue reading Improving My Relationship with My Body