Wake up and have toast for breakfast, grab your favourite coffee on your way to work, eat a packed lunch at 12.30, go to Pilates after work, go home and have a shower, make a warm stew for dinner and sit down to watch your favourite TV programme, wash your face and get into your … Read moreRoutines (& Mini Life Update!)
So, you’ve had a bad day at work and it’s left you feeling exhausted and really low. On your drive back home, you see a sign for Krispy Kreme and suddenly the thought of sitting curled up on the sofa under a blanket, with your favourite TV series and a couple of doughnuts is the … Read moreFood Is More Than Just Fuel
There’s a fine line between a healthy relationship with exercise and an unhealthy one – especially in eating disorder recovery. In fact, as many as 75% of ED sufferers struggle with exercise addiction as a way to ‘purge’ calories, reduce the anxiety after eating and/or change their body shape (think body dysmorphic disorder). I remember … Read moreFitness: Friend or Foe?
So many eating disorders now develop because of an individual starting some kind of diet, and the main issue with diets is that they are extremely restrictive. Whether or not you’ve gone on to develop an eating disorder, chances are that you’ve been on some sort of diet that involves cutting things out. Paleo, keto, … Read moreMy Top 3 Tips For Beating Fear Foods
A changing room: the room with horrible lights, mirrors everywhere, that seems designed to make you feel like absolute rubbish. I’m going to guess that pretty much everyone has stood there with a pair of jeans, supposedly your usual size, halfway up your legs – leaving you stood there feeling hot and bothered (seriously though, … Read moreAre clothing sizes really your size?