A How to Guide to Intuitive Eating AKA A Case for Eating Whatever You Want- It’s Not What You Think

When someone hears "eat whatever you want" they might assume it means downing pizzas and ice cream on the daily, or eating burgers and fries for lunch every day. This may be the case if you're totally deprived and have been on a strict diet for too long, or use food as a coping mechanism,

11 Tips to Stay Healthy and Fit During the Pandemic

Dainis Graveris/Unsplash It's a common coping mechanism to load up on comfort food and queue the Netflix when life is stressful, and hey, there's nothing wrong with that from time to time! In fact, I often enjoy the routine a couple of times a week. With that said, it's easy to overdo it and before

Your Guide to Healing From a Broken Heart

It sucks. There's no denying it. Maybe the pain feels like it will never end and you feel stupid for thinking that maybe, this time, it wouldn't end in heart break. You feel alone in your hurting and wonder why it happened, and wonder how things could be different in an alternate universe. The fact

Morning Rituals- How you Start your Day Matters

"The better you feel, the more you allow." -Abraham Hicks The morning sets the tone for the whole day. Ever since easy access to internet connection, many of us start our day scrolling the web, instantly looking for entertainment, checking our social media feeds, and filling those first hours seeing carefully curated, photoshopped, and often

Enjoy Being Alone

"Be alone. Eat alone, take yourself on dates, sleep alone. In the midst of this you will learn about yourself. You will grow, you will figure out what inspires you, you will curate your own dreams, your own beliefs, your own stunning clarity, and when you do meet the person who makes your cells dance,

Move it or Lose Your Shit- Movement as Medicine

"Energy cannot be created or destroyed, it can only be transferred or changed from one form to another." -Albert Freaking Einstein According to Einstein himself, our pain cannot be numbed away with drugs and alcohol, scrolling, attention from strangers on the internet, sex, porn, or food. We cannot destroy our pain, we cannot make it