So. Let's talk a little bit about intuitive eating. Both intuitive eating and balancing intuitive eating while stressed. Without going into much detail, I'm just gonna say that this week has been a fucking dumpster fire. My carefully planned schedule with appointments and color coded meetings in my Bullet Journal? Gone. Completely obliterated. Every morning… Continue reading 5 Tips for Eating Intuitively When Life Sucks
A few weeks ago, while talking about weight loss and body positivity, I admitted that for the next couple of weeks I was essentially following Weight Watchers utilizing a knock-off app. This, of course, was because of my wedding dress and making sure that it fit. With 10 days to go and knowing the dress… Continue reading Food Is Not the Enemy
Back in July I made the decision to quit dieting, full stop. I don't count calories, I don't track points. I still write down what I eat most of the time but that's mostly looking for patterns in terms of time of day, how I'm feeling, etc. It's more food journaling than tracking.I haven't voluntarily… Continue reading I Gots Myself An Eating Psychology Coach!
When they first released me from the hospital after my DVT, I was put on the traditional blood thinner Coumadin. This is a medication that came with dietary restrictions, specifically Vitamin K, which is a natural coagulant. As such, I wasn't really supposed to or allowed to foods with Vitamin K while we were waiting… Continue reading gimme all the greens
1) Nurses are the back bone of the hospital. Holy shit, you guys. Look, all I know about hospitals I pretty much learned from Grey's Anatomy and, lemme tell ya, nurses do everything. It killed me that my ability to get discharged resided with the attending who saw me for maybe a grand total of 15… Continue reading Eleven Lessons Learned From Hospital Life