It’s that time of year again, swimsuit season is around the corner! Fret not, this article does not promise to magically change your body so that you can fit into […]
How to keep your favorite foods in the house and stop feeling out of control around food.
How is diet culture supporting your values? And more importantly, how is it not.
Whether it’s a celebrity like Adele, or anyone else, let’s stop commenting on other people’s bodies or weights.
Some of the hardest, most personal work is off social media, working on our own relationships with food and supporting those around us, with theirs.
You booked your flight, you’ve mapped out all the sights you want to see…but the negative worries of body image, what clothes to pack and the stress of being out of your routine is starting to settle in. Here are 3 tips to kick off your abroad experience worrying about the stuff that matters (do you have your passport!?) instead of the stuff that doesn’t (your pants size or how many workouts you squeezed in this week).
After more than 10 internships – paid and unpaid – I’m sharing some of the greatest lessons and tips I’ve picked up to make the most of your internship experience.
Here we have THE BEST gluten free banana blueberry bread that was every made. It’s moist, delicious, super easy and falls apart in the best way. Make it for your friends, make it for your boss, make it for yourself, for people you love or people you can’t stand – but definitely make it.
Changing the What to the WHY for a Why I Ate Wednesday. Taking the stigma and judgement out of our day of eating and bringing awareness to the many reasons there are that we eat. Here are a few things I’ve enjoyed over the past few weeks and the reasons why! Hint: it’s not always what you think! #whyiatewednesday
‘Tis the season for “quick fix summer body” posts, fad diets, cleanses and workouts for a six-pack. These topics indicate that there is something wrong with your body now or that it’s not “good enough” for summer, SO to combat that, here are 5 tips to your summer body that has nothing to do with how you look and everything to do with how you feel, nourishing yourself and moving in a way that feels good.
This article was originally posted to My Life OOO on February 9, 2017. Not that anyone’s counting, but there are just over 100 days left until summer (okay, maybe we […]
This article was originally posted on My Life OOO on February 7, 2018. If you couldn’t snag a resi at that cute spot in the Village this Valentine’s day, there’s […]
If You’re Reading This, You’re More Woke Than Weight Watchers. Why is #WakeUpWeightWatchers trending? And what IS Intuitive Eating? Here’s your Wellful scoop plus a few free things we’re loving this February
While most holidays have some central eating component, Thanksgiving really takes the cake (or pie?). But of course food is a big part of the day and celebration which impacts all of our attitudes and behavior around the day. And let’s face it, that can be tough. We’re sharing some tips to help you be in control of your Thanksgiving celebration, no guilt necessary.
You’ve probably heard that you can survive 3 weeks without food but only a few days without water. Our bodies are nearly 60% water and it’s a crucial part of the body’s everyday activities. And while drinking water in the morning isn’t going to ‘set your metabolism on fire’ or cause a significant calorie burn, it does ensure everything is running properly for your day, like metabolism, digestion and proper brain function. So here are some easy ways to get some more H2O into your day.
Whole Foods might get all the attention for healthy food options, but that doesn’t mean it’s the only option. We all love Trader Joe’s for a good grocery deal (definitely not for its insane lines that wrap around the aisles). But, TJ’s is more than just the most affordable option, they’ve been upping their game with healthy choices that your wallet and tastebuds can agree on. So, before you drop your *entire* paycheck at Whole Foods, stop by Trader Joe’s, and pick these up items first.
Activated charcoal has been a rising star on the health & wellness scene the past couple of years but why are we drinking it again? Activated charcoal lovers will say that it rids your body of toxins, counteracts a weekend of overindulgence and combats hangovers, but the research isn’t quite as strong to support that, so your black drink might be doing you and your wallet more harm than good. Here’s the breakdown.