Q&A With My Mom (Aka a Recovery Caretaker)

After chatting with ya’ll on Instagram (@recovroad) about what content you’d like to see next, so many of you wanted content about ED caretaking. I decided that a Q&A with my mom, who was my main caretaker, supporter, and advocate throughout my recovery, could offer some insight into what it’s like as well as be… Read More Q&A With My Mom (Aka a Recovery Caretaker)

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Recovery Meal Planning (With FREE Meal Planning PDF)

Hello, blog! I wanted to share this free printable meal planner with y’all because, honestly, meal planning can be one of the hardest parts of recovery. Especially after leaving residential and IOP/PHP, I felt like I didn’t have a ton of support and skills to bring recovery into my real, everyday life. And real life… Read More Recovery Meal Planning (With FREE Meal Planning PDF)

Uncomfortable Things That Happen When People Know You’re in Recovery

Once you tell people- whether it’s one person or a few hundred- that you have an eating disorder, you’re in for a rollercoaster of reactions, comments, and questions. Here are the kind of funny, mostly uncomfortable things that happen once people know you’re in recovery: P.S. Isn’t the puppy picture at the top the cutest?… Read More Uncomfortable Things That Happen When People Know You’re in Recovery

Being Anti-Diet isn’t Anti-Health- Here’s Why

A big misunderstanding (and often critique) about the anti-diet community is that it’s anti-health, but this couldn’t be further from the truth! Being anti-diet encourages a more holistic view of health instead of cutting out certain foods and focusing on weight or appearance. While not everyone who is anti-diet struggles with an eating disorder or… Read More Being Anti-Diet isn’t Anti-Health- Here’s Why