6 Ways You Can Use Social Media Mindfully

It’s been a few months since I talked about social media and how to cope with triggering content, comparisons, and the constant stream of information- so I figured it was time to talk about it again. I can’t speak for everyone, but I know that my time on social media has majorly increased during quarantine.… Read More 6 Ways You Can Use Social Media Mindfully

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Questions to Ask Yourself About Your Relationship With Exercise

Whether you’re in recovery or trying to improve your relationship with your body/food/movement, it can be difficult to gauge if you should be exercising and why you’re actually doing it. This can be even more complex and confusing if you’re starting a new workout/routine and have struggled with disordered thinking/behaviors in the past. As someone… Read More Questions to Ask Yourself About Your Relationship With Exercise

5 Tips for Traveling During Eating Disorder Recovery

Traveling can be a big challenge while in recovery- you’re in a different place, eating different foods, and your routine is different (if it even exists at all)! While vacations can be an “escape” from daily responsibilities, they can’t be an escape from recovery. It’s important to have an idea of what you’re getting into… Read More 5 Tips for Traveling During Eating Disorder Recovery

Acknowledging Underrepresented Voices in the ED Community

On my Instagram Monday I talked about the murder of George Floyd, black lives matter, and the importance of spreading love during these trying times. My original plan was to post a lighthearted article today, but I instead want to focus on the representation that is often lacking in relation to eating disorders due to… Read More Acknowledging Underrepresented Voices in the ED Community