I'm sure you’re all well and truly sick of all the (unhealthy and unhelpful) New Year’s Resolutions coming thick and fast at the moment—I know I am! So, in the spirit of questioning the typically unquestioned, I thought I’d put together my own mindfoodly-style list of alternative 'resolutions' that don't involve dieting, starving your body … Continue reading Why Not Try Something Different This Year?
I don’t know about you, but for me eating is something I feel is a lot harder than it should be (I can hear you all say, “Duh, the eating disorder!”) but ED aside, we get so many mixed messages about what’s healthy, what time to eat, when not to eat, what to avoid and … Continue reading How the Bloody Hell Are We Meant to Eat?
I can't believe Christmas has come and gone already! It is seriously the best time of the year, but we really do hate how quickly it goes (I would totally live Christmas day over and over again...Groundhog Day style!). Matt and I have a little time off over the holidays so as always we’re using … Continue reading A Very Mindfoodly Christmas
Is anyone else absolutely ready for Christmas and a break from all responsibilities?! We have been super busy lately, which is why posts have been so few and far between. I was starting to feel bad about the lack of posts but then I thought, the reason I haven't had time to write new posts is … Continue reading Link Love: December 2016
It feels like forever since my last post and I really don’t even know where to begin because so much has happened. So, both to keep you up to date and to get my own head straight, I thought I would do a little recap of what’s been happening in our lives lately. First up, … Continue reading Recap: One Holiday, One Wedding and One More Reason to Recover
Everything about recovering from an eating disorder is counter cultural. While the world is screaming at us to exercise more and eat less, we’re trying to tell ourselves to put more on our plates and quit it with the obsessive working out. This is something that lately has been really hard for me. I think … Continue reading Don’t Tell Me About Your Weight Loss (Please!)
One thing I’m (oh so) slowly discovering throughout recovery is who I am as a person and what I value in life. That was never something I expected, and I would certainly recommend choosing a different path to self-discovery if you have the option, but nevertheless, living with an eating disorder for the last few … Continue reading Not Quite ‘There’ Yet
Every day Kate's on the lookout for encouraging, inspirational content to help in her fight to recover from the eating disorder. More and more, we're finding the volume of positive content increasing and we couldn't be happier! Here's a selection of articles and blog posts that really made a difference for Kate over the last … Continue reading Link Love: September 2016
Eating disorders are the antithesis of freedom. They hold you captive, restricted and unable to make basic decisions. And they don’t just chain you to rules around food and exercise—they utterly enslave you, binding you to ridiculous rules and anxieties about almost every aspect of life. Lately I’ve been really struggling to escape the rules, … Continue reading To Be Free…
1.Tell us a bit about yourself Hi everyone! My name is Sarah and first up I’m a certified life coach, working with women all over the world who are sick to death of fearing food. My big jam is to help women eat chocolate, lollies and cake without giving a crap. For those who don’t … Continue reading An Interview with…Life Coach, Sarah Tamburrini