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I didn’t have a good excuse. There was nothing holding me back from eating it, except for unfounded guilt. Guilt manifested from years of scrolling through Instagram and downloading what my meals should look like. I hadn’t even realized I’ve been brainwashed until that moment.

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The other week on the blog I discussed my own journey with people pleasing and how it altered the course of my life, but ultimately figured out how to auto-correct before it was too late. It can be hard to recognize our weaknesses when our knee-jerk reaction is to put blinders on. Pulling back the […]

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From an early age, I learned the power of staying quiet and not rocking the boat. I HATED when people showed an ounce of anger or disappointment toward me because I always felt like it was personal. As if I actively did something wrong to garner such a response. This, in turn, made my words […]

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Depression is wildly experienced by many but it is still shrouded in misconceptions and myths.

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Human’s relationship to food is complicated, even more so in this day and age of dieting. If you walk down any supermarket aisle, you will find labels screaming GMO-FREE, FAT-FREE, ALL-NATURAL. It can be a sensory overload for someone who is trying to eat healthier. What I tell my clients is to load up their […]

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