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Keep On Keeping On

I struggle with body image. If you’ve read past blogs, this is no surprise. Call it a side effect of my anxiety medication. Call it lifestyle changes. Call it whatever you want. But every day when I look in the mirror, a part of me is uncomfortable with the reflection I see.

I have come a long way in the last few years. I have become more secure in my own skin. I feel more comfortable when I look in the mirror than I did two years ago.

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Confessions of a Former Size Zero

Technology is a beautiful thing. There are so many apps nowadays and built-in features on Facebook that remind you of what you were doing “on this day ___ years ago.”

I love it. TimeHop, for example, reminds me of all the “deep” quotes I used as Facebook statuses way back when. Facebook reminds me awkwardly of pictures with ex-boyfriends I thought I had deleted.

I also hate it. Because it reminds me of what I used to look like.

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Hello, Is It Me You’re Looking For?

If you have read some of my other posts, or my other blog (which I haven’t written anything for in a while…sorry), you would know that something I personally struggle with is my weight gain. Since starting Zoloft over a year ago, my metabolism has been demolished, and to me… that’s putting it lightly. I have gained weight as a result and it has been something I have been depressed over for months now.

If you haven’t been keeping up, I have since stopped the medication (YAY!) after a long hand-holding year. As well, I have signed up to have a personal trainer. I am three weeks in and I have lost a steady 3-5lbs (it fluctuates).

Now that you know the backstory, let’s get to the real juice of the story of How the Waiter Made Me Feel After Ordering a Drink.

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Embracing Authenticity

"Don't be ashamed of your story it will inspire others!"

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“Love recognizes no barriers. It jumps hurdles, leaps fences, penetrates walls to arrive at its destination full of hope.” — Maya Angelou

Lonely Blue Boy

The Boy Who Cries Wolf


Feel the fear and do it anyway...