I used to be the Queen of Calories. I could look at a plate of food and intuitively know how many calories I was consuming.
Part of my Joy Today is in the fact that I can enjoy sweet treats without my ED telling me I’m going to get fat.
You know my philosophy on food – use the recipe and then add a little extra. Make it more! Puppy Chow seems a pretty perfect
My philosophy on food: Make a recipe so I know the basic result, and then make it again with extra. Add the extra touch, the
Perspective on food changes considerably when you move from being afraid of it to embracing it. I decided this: if my blog is dedicated to
Go figure that the week after Thanksgiving has me standing on a bit of a soap box. Two years ago I came home from Intensive
Eating disorders are built on rules. Rules create boundaries. ED guards those boundaries with an iron fist. Outside the boundaries live anxiety and fear. Inside the boundaries
It really bothered me that all of a sudden last week all my strides in recovery had seemed to take a nose dive. Not only
Exercise. That is a tricky topic for me. I’d even say it’s a scary topic for me. I fooled people, including myself, into believing I
For far too long, my excuse for not eating something on my “Do Not Eat” list has been that I don’t like it. Anything I