Love list #1




There’s so much good stuff out there on the topic of body image, finding freedom around food, self-care etc.

That’s why I’ve put together a Love List.  Hope you like it!




First up, JC Penney’s latest body positive project (yay!).






10stepsheartA must read interview with Lindsey Kite about objectification and “self-objectification” among other things.


INTERVIEW: Lindsay Kite on empowerment, body positivity, objectification, and the Internet




“First, do no harm”. “Second; treat patients with respect and remember that seeking professional help when you have or have had an eating disorder is a daunting endeavor in and of itself(!?).”

Sometimes a doctor’s words and actions hurt more than help, of that Amanda Trusty is living proof. Read her “apology” to her doctor for being such an a**hole.




How to learn to love your body. AS IS. TODAY.

“You have to love yourself before someone else can love you.”         gold-divider-straight copy
“If you don’t love yourself, how can someone else love you?”

“Love yourself first and then everything else falls in line.”

We’ve all either heard these things at one point or another (or maybe even said them ourselves), but these tired “sayings” can sound so flippant sometimes. It’s not that easy. We wake up and look in the mirror — or avoid the mirror all together — and hide because we have been TAUGHT to hate ourselves. We’ve been taught that if we don’t look a certain way that we simply aren’t good enough.




It’s ok to shut down diet talk and it’s ok to set boundaries towards fat-phobic family members.

Here are some tips on how to do it!




Eating disorders are, more often than not, a family affair. 

This resonated deeply with me. Long, but well worth the read.


gold-divider-straight copy“I kept my place at the table, while she hid in her room eating little apples.

Under her bed was a graveyard of cores.”




Let’s wrap it up by adding some feminism to the mix!

Trumping the health benefits of kale since…always! 🙂


5 Awesome Ways Feminism Is Good for Your Mental Health





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