Category: mental health

The More I Embrace Intuitive Eating, The Less I Care About Food

The more I embrace Intuitive Eating, the less I care about food. This title might sound shocking to some of you since I am a Registered Dietitian and have based my blog off of mostly food for almost four years now. Don’t worry – I still love food and will continue to post food/recipes, but

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What “Power of She” Means to Me

I have been wanting to publish this post for a long time now, but it’s a topic that can be a little difficult to put into words. Or at least in a way that others will be able to understand and relate to. I’ve learned over time that no matter what we do in this

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My Journey to Becoming a Dietitian

Since National Nutrition Month is right around the corner (hint: March), it seemed like the perfect time to talk a little bit about dietitians, AKA the experts in nutrition! I wrote this guest article for Andy the RD‘s blog almost a year ago, and for some reason, I never shared it here on Wellness For The

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Why Expectations Suck

Every day there are expectations of us that we (typically) strive to live up to. There are simple ones that are fairly obvious. For example, it is pretty much expected that you will get out of bed and go to your job, or to class, or whatever is part of your normal routine on a

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