Each passing week served as a learning opportunity, which allowed me to transform from an insecure woman who just wanted to shrink her body to a confident woman who wants to do anything to nourish it.
Old habits die. Times have changed. I'm declaring this the summer of all bodies.
When we have imposter syndrome, we tell ourselves that we need to work harder to deserve our accomplishments.
From struggling with getting through one more semester of school to getting through one more day, there is always a reason to keep going.
I know that just saying I’m proud may not be enough, so here are some reasons why.
Like any illness, mental illness gets worse over time if it’s left untreated, and the only way to treat it is to talk about it.
I used to have an incredibly unhealthy way of exercising. I did it because I hated the way I looked, not because I wanted to improve my overall health and well-being.
We are all dealing with something. Every single one of us. The key to overcoming it is to talk about it—just like Kevin Love did.
Is it realistic to say that there is some driving force for every single thing that happens to us?
It’s one thing to go through life, but how can you grow through life?