Month: June 2018

Embrace the Squish

One of my rules of recovery is that scales are off-limits. My nutritionist had me do a “blind weigh” at my initial appointment because she needed record of my weight (to make sure there were no dramatic fluctuations one way or another), but I did not. I generally do really well with the no-scale […]

But How Will My Slippers Know I Loved Them? And Other Musings of an Overly-Empathetic Millennial

When I was growing up, I thought everything had feelings. Especially things with faces. I had a pair of fuzzy slippers with a smiling moon on one foot and smiling star on the other that I loved more than most humans in my life at the time. I wore them […]