Recovery

A Little Self-Love on Valentine’s Day

Whether you’re coupled up, or single today, self love is ALWAYS important. It is the foundation of lasting romantic love, and like just about everything else, it is a skill that can be learned through practice. If you want one of my life-hacks for how to create more of it, check this out! read more

Vipassana Meditation – My Take on 10 days of Silence

Recently I completed my first Vipassana retreat. In this video I explain a little about what you can expect if you choose to attend one, and I share some of my personal experience and takeaways. For more information on Vipassana, and course schedules go to dhamma.org. read more

We are Very Lucky

Gratitude is a beautiful thing. If we’re struggling with depression or an eating disorder it can be really hard to remember what is good in our lives. But if you are reading this it means you’re already in the top quarter of people on the planet because you have a smart phone. You have ... read more

The Choice of Happiness

Some of the popular sayings in personal development work that are designed to be helpful can actually makes people feel worse. “Choose happiness” is one of those, because many people don’t feel like they’re able to make that choice, and they’re left feeling like they are ... read more

The New Humanitarian

The New Humanitarian
Changes are a coming! I am not sure how this will effect my website, but for now my Facebook and Instagram have changed.  If you want to know why I am doing this, this video says it all. read more

Confessions of a Bikini Queen

A few months ago, I had the pleasure of meeting a young woman named Lisa Clift at a mutual friend’s house.  Over the course of the evening we discussed our lives, and when I shared my passion for mental health and healing body image issues, I was refreshed by her openness surrounding her own history with ... read more