I’m Messy Today

I have a very close girlfriend who first introduced me to the phrase “I’m Messy Today”. Once as week I jump on a call with my closest friends (Maoi sisters) and we coach one another in all areas of our life (money, relationships, growth,... read more Read More

Bulimia and Serotonin

Today is all about one of my favorite secrets to overcoming bulimia and eating disorders. Serotonin. Now this isn’t to say that you just need to pop a pill filled with serotonin and your bulimia or anorexia will disappear.  Please let me be clear a... read more Read More

NEDA Walk In San Luis Obispo, CA (Guest Post)

Hello, My name is Emily Marr and I am a third year nutrition major, Psychology minor at Cal Poly – San Luis Obispo (SLO). I am hosting a National Eating Disorder Awareness (NEDA) walk in SLO at Mitchell Park on Saturday, November 3, 2012. Eating disorder ... read more Read More

Bulimia, Nutrition and Stimulants

This is an email I received from Meg who’s a recovering bulimic and receives my bulimia recovery newsletter.  She had some great insights about her bulimia recovery, nutrition and stimulants.  Check out what working for her (and what she gave up tha... read more Read More

Help For Bulimia: Recognizing Blaming and Complaining

I did a post the other day to try to provide you help for your bulimia recovery about letting go of the complaining and blaming in your life.  Mostly I was talking about it because I was noticing how much it was showing up again in my own life, so I knew ... read more Read More

Beat Bulimia By Taking It Easy

When you want to beat bulimia you come to understand that living happily ever after is more about being happy and less about beating up on yourself.  Taking it easy is natural and normal and will uplift and inspire you much more so than disciplining, crit... read more Read More