Stubborn or Perseverant? You Choose.

I’m coming off full on honest: I am not fully recovered yet. I don’t even know if I am 50% recovered.   While I label my eating disorder time to my late middle school and early high school years, internally and emotionally I am still very much suffering with my eating disorder.      ... Continue Reading →

Simple Ways to Have a Healthier 2018

It's so easy to get overwhelmed in the beginning of every year. Wherever you go - social media, the magazines by the check out aisle, commercials - we see this "new year, new you" message. I completely recognize the reason behind this message, but at the same time part of me hates how self-deprecating this... Continue Reading →

What to do in NYC During the Holidays

New York City is one of my favorite places to visit during the holidays because of the beautiful Christmas displays, endless things to do and see, and of course, the huge selection of food! Here are my favorite activities in NYC during Christmas time. 1.) Walk around holiday markets. These markets are great places to... Continue Reading →

5 Apps You Should Download

Whether you want to admit it or not, we live in world where technology is very much part of our lives. My mantra with technology is that you are in complete control of it. You have the power to turn on and turn off your phone. You have the power to put your phone hidden... Continue Reading →

Small Change, Big Gain

A couple of weeks ago, I shared my Tried & True Wellness Tips over on the blog. The central idea of that post was that while these tips are not life-changing, consistent practice and application of them will produce great results. To be honest, this has been my mantra ever since I naively lost 40... Continue Reading →

How to Drink More Water!

From a young age, I always struggled to drink the recommended amount of water. I'm not sure if this is just me, but for some reason, I drink liquids very slowly-I physically cannot chug anything-small sips for some are like big gulps to me. So, I always viewed drinking water as a chore and never... Continue Reading →

Cooking is my therapy

To me, summer means the time for cooking, the time to explore all of my culinary ambitions that have accumulated throughout the school year. So, everyday, I cook dinner for my family, and there are always a couple of essentials (ingredients, kitchen tools, etc.) and things I keep in mind. When I first step into... Continue Reading →

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