Christ In The World, christ in you, christian, How to, Tips & Tricks

How To Live The Life You Want (and are made for)

Hello my wonderful best friends, my fighters! So as the year continues on something that always comes up with a new year is talk about your past and your life. It is common for most people to look back at the last year and figure out what was good and bad. During a new year… Continue reading How To Live The Life You Want (and are made for)

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Cautious Recovery, christ in you, christian, Mental Recovery, New Start, Tips & Tricks

New Start: Changing Your Outlook To Have Healthy Relationships

Hey! I have been on a bit of a posting frenzy lately because I have not had school in so long it feels like. But with the new year it's a new me, haha just kidding, but this new series is called a new start. And the point is to help you look at the… Continue reading New Start: Changing Your Outlook To Have Healthy Relationships

How to, Mental Recovery, Physical Recovery, Tips & Tricks

How to Move Past Cultures Idea of Healthy

Hey there my strong brave warriors! So I am beyond excited right now because it is snowing outside! It has never snowed where I live before and I am so pumped. It is amazing and so beautiful. So I hope everyones day is going amazing so far and if you are lucky enough to have… Continue reading How to Move Past Cultures Idea of Healthy

Cautious Recovery, christ in you, christian, Tips & Tricks

Cautious Recovery: Letting Faith Carry You Through (spiritual)

Hello, my beautiful, happy, lovely warrior friends! I hope your new year is off to a great start and if not, things can change! Don't get caught up in how the first few days or weeks of the new year goes for you, that can easily change and it doesn't dictate the rest of your… Continue reading Cautious Recovery: Letting Faith Carry You Through (spiritual)

Intuitive Eating, Mental Recovery, Physical Recovery

When Can I Start Practicing Intuitive Eating

Heya my sweet, lovely, beautiful, strong, warriors! Christmas is tomorrow and I am beyond excited. Although, this does not feel as Christmasy as it used to when I was younger. Some of the magic is gone, but I feel like things change when your older. You get to embrace new parts of Christmas. You get… Continue reading When Can I Start Practicing Intuitive Eating

Cautious Recovery, Mental Recovery

Cautious Recovery: Social Media

Hello, lovely warriors! I hope your holiday season is going well, and if you are not on break or it's not the holidays for you yet, I hope your week is going amazing! I have another post in my cautious recovery series and if you want to see the other ones you can find them… Continue reading Cautious Recovery: Social Media

Holidays, Mental Recovery, Uncategorized

How To Get Through Christmas With An Eating Disorder

Hello, lovely warriors! So Christmas is a week away, and even If you do not celebrate Christmas, the holiday season is still jammed packed with problems for someone recovering from an eating disorder. This time of the year is filled with some much joy and love all around us, but when you are in the… Continue reading How To Get Through Christmas With An Eating Disorder

Intuitive Eating, Physical Recovery, Tips & Tricks

3 Tricks To Listening To Your Body

Hello, lovely warriors! I hope your week is going amazing and that you are spending the holidays with family or ones you love. Speaking of holiday season, something that is very important and stressed during the holidays is listening to your body. This is so important when your at the many holiday parties and surrounded… Continue reading 3 Tricks To Listening To Your Body

Cautious Recovery, Mental Recovery, Physical Recovery, Uncategorized

Cautious Recovery: Toxic Relationships

Heya, warriors! So, today feels wonderful outside. It actually feels like winter outside and I am pumped for the cold weather. I am so excited to get finals over with next week and relax some during Christmas break. I can not wait for Christmas, it is my favorite time of the year. But, todays post… Continue reading Cautious Recovery: Toxic Relationships