How To Break Away From Diet Culture and Eat Without Guilt
Trigger warning: I discuss restrictive eating habits, body image, weight gain/loss, and similar topics in this article. Always consult a medical professional before making drastic changes to your diet and other health practices.
After recently getting blood work done that came back with some of the healthiest results of my life, I got to thinking on my history of restrictive eating, high cholesterol and triglycerides, vegan explorations, weight gain, horrendous food poisoning, college malnutrition, weight loss, and finally learning to eat intuitively and listen to my body.Continue reading “How To Break Away From Diet Culture and Eat Without Guilt”
Realistic College Advice From A 2020 Grad
As my college career ends super unceremoniously, I’m left reflecting on the students still in the middle of what should be an immersive journey of self-discovery and those who were looking forward to beginning their own in the fall. And I think back on everything I thought college would be like years ago in contrast with how these last four years have actually unraveled.Continue reading “Realistic College Advice From A 2020 Grad”
Funeralizing the Decade
Social media has assured me that I speak not only for myself when I say this year has been exhausting.
It has been a decade filled with growing pains, be it through ego deaths, the outgrowing of relationships, the exposure of people’s true colors, the re-discovery of self, the feeling of helplessness in overwhelm, etcetera…Continue reading “Funeralizing the Decade”
College Life: Freshman Fall Semester at USC
Only 2 weeks left until classes end and my first semester at the University of Southern California draws to a close. This has been the first time in my life living in another state, being away from my family, and having complete responsibility for everything I say and do… and it’s been the most amazing and unbelievably blessing experience of my life. Continue reading “College Life: Freshman Fall Semester at USC”