Tag: eating disorder

The facade of Acceptance

Two weeks ago I was in Montana, Wyoming and Utah for a week. My IBS really flared up, and I didn’t have my hypothyroidism pills because I forgot to fill them before my trip. I spent every day hiking 13-15 miles, eating a cup oatmeal for breakfast, a small pb&j

Change your behavior

25/52 I often think about myself in high school. The person completely terrified of going anywhere without make up because of their skin, the person who cried when they went to the dentist because my foundation would get messed up, the person who was secretly starving herself in private and

Reach Out

I’ve had a few wins over the last week I really wanted to discuss. Two of them have nothing to do with me personally, but impacts of my presence online. The other things definitely are about me [lol]. I did a 30 day challenge involving movement. It wasn’t aimed at

Slightly above the water

I’ve been slightly taking the easy route out of my portrait series – not my intention. I tried to think about a visual that would explain my headspace and for now this is the best I can do. I try not to complain. I know many people have it worse

post that photo any ways

I have some self reflection about aging and self awareness to come in a day that I have more time to write everything down in an understandable way – however this weekly project is actually doing what I hoped it would. I started to do a 30 day challenge [fitness]

Relapse and Overcoming

I planned on starving this week. Over the weekend, being in the most vegan-junk-food available city: portland, I ate more than usual. Now when I say this I don’t mean I over-ate, I mean that simply I ate more than my body is used to, and what would be probably

The Warmth on my skin

This past weekend I spent in Oregon. Ironically almost every year, besides last, I have been in Portland for work at the end of March, and this year it resumed. This year was a little different. I was honored to photograph a friend from high school marry the most wonderful

The Fog

We all have a lot going on in our minds right now and not one person has more validation than another. Everyone is getting pandemic-fatigue, everyone is over not being able to see every single person they would like to, everyone is sick of masks, everyone has a better insight

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