Physical Health involves both our nutritional and athletic health.
From working out, to relaxation techniques, from food recipes to nutrition plans and information: Here is a compilation of all of the articles related to these.
When I was in college, a ton of people started to pop up around me talking about the magic qualities of natural oils. I sent out a signal once on our school Facebook group that I needed some DayQuil/NyQuil for a sinus infection I had. One girl reached out and had me go to her … Continue reading CBD for Anxiety Relief
If you’re anything like me, you’ve spent the last 20 or so years of your life making “New Year’s Resolutions” that are supposed to make you into a “NEW YOU.” The thought of a new number on the calendar and Januaries bring in this chaotic idea that this is the Monday-est of Monday’s – this … Continue reading New Year’s Resolutions 2021
Have you heard of “Diet Culture?” The professional definition is “a belief system that focuses on and values weight, shape, and size over well-being.”1 My own personal definition is “the reason why this whole thing is so freaking hard.” Diet Culture: Yeah, you need to lose weight.Me: Well, first of all, why?Diet Culture: Because you look terrible so that … Continue reading All Foods Fit
I have been attempting to come up with a system of “dieting” that allows me to feel freedom and avoid binge-ing and anxiety. I came up with and tested the idea of a “Green Week” – a week where I spend 7 days eating between 1400-1750 calories a day. I posted along the way on … Continue reading I Tried the Green Week
A system to count calories, teach yourself to eat better, and a new idea for helping your metabolism.
Sometimes… I am KILLING it. Two weeks ago, I had my Thursday 5k, I ate about 1350 calories – some of it in the delicious pasta recipe I had seen. I didn’t go back for seconds, and I crocheted and watched This is Us instead of late-night snacking. Some days, I do great – even … Continue reading Not Every Day is the Same
I have only recently received the official diagnosis from a medical professional, but I have always known that I have persisting anxiety (GAD being the proper name). A lot of this is related to the circumstances I grew up in. I had divorced parents, drug use in the family, I moved all of the time, … Continue reading Emotional Eating
“I have been thinking about the idea of excuses for some time now. They are like menacing demons that creep into our lives without us knowing. They are roadblocks, white lies to ourselves, a reason to set the bar lower, and self-justification for achieving less than our full potential.” Lorii Myers, No Excuses, The Fit … Continue reading Roadblocks to Weight Loss
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