Health & Wellbeing

New Year, Same Me: Bodies (Part One)

Welp, we've made it through a whole year of teaching. When did that happen? It's true what they say about time passing faster the older you get. Both freaky and kind of humbling, in a way. Just when I'm starting to thoroughly enjoy my existence, too. Not that I didn't before, but also - sometimes… Continue reading New Year, Same Me: Bodies (Part One)

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Karen Carpenter, Fatphobia and Cultivating Self-Love

On Karen Carpenter When I was about six or seven, I learned that my favourite singer in the world at the time had passed away at a young age. In age appropriate language, my mum explained anorexia to me: about how Karen Carpenter (vocalist of the 70s brother sister duo The Carpenters) got told that… Continue reading Karen Carpenter, Fatphobia and Cultivating Self-Love

Health & Wellbeing, Other

New Year, Sore Knees

It has been far too long - a mammoth four months - since I have posted. I feel like the longer I'm away from my blog the harder it is to get back into. It has crossed my mind numerous times over the last few months to chuck up a few hundred words or so,… Continue reading New Year, Sore Knees

Health & Wellbeing

Body Image: Why I’m “Fat” Sometimes

I'm no stranger to weight gain, weight loss, and that whole drama of size in general. Also, yes, I understand this is a provocative title, but that's the vibe I was going for, so... For me, it's really important that I feel healthy, and generally good about myself: a certain amount of that comes from my appearance.… Continue reading Body Image: Why I’m “Fat” Sometimes