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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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Part 2: Dislike vs Dread

Last week, I talked about learning how to say “no” to things and how to discern what I should actually be saying “no” to. As I mentioned in that post, saying “no” is all about self-awareness and understanding your needs, your likes, your limits, and how you want to be treated. In order to really understand myself in this way, I’ve had to learn the … Continue reading Part 2: Dislike vs Dread

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Part 1: Learning to Say “No”

This post is part 1 of a 2-part series I wrote about learning how to manage and communicate my expectations of myself. I hope you enjoy and find it relatable! I’m sure you all are aware of the facet of the current mental-health movement centered around saying “no” when you don’t feel like you’re mentally able to handle something. Saying “no” isn’t always easy. There’s … Continue reading Part 1: Learning to Say “No”

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Working from Home as an Extrovert

Amidst all of the concern and contagion of the coronavirus, my office, like many other offices in the US, recently began weighing the benefits and detriments of working from home. Luckily, my team can easily complete our jobs from our couches, so the transition job-wise has been fairly seamless. But working from home is still a huge change for me. We spend at least a … Continue reading Working from Home as an Extrovert