I don’t remember exactly when food shifted from nourishment to vice status. When we face our vices and speak the truth about the tools we use to disconnect from ourselves, we can begin to release the power these vices have over us. I have allowed my mood, self-worth, and emotional wellbeing to teeter on the edge of the balance beam that is my disordered eating habits.Read More
The ache for home lives in all of us. The safe place where we can go as we are and not be questioned. – Maya Angelou
What does it mean to you to “come home to yourself”?
We are all brainwashed to think of health, wellness, and sparkle as the perfect images we see on social media, when in reality, the true sparkle comes when we are authentic, vulnerable, and our perfectly imperfect selves. The messiness of it all is so beautiful when we press pause on our ego, image, and personal brand.Read More