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Hypothalamic amenorrhea: On the road to recovery

It’s been almost a month and a half since our wedding and since I’ve made a conscious effort to cut back on exercise and to stress less in hopes of starting a family.

Who knew that would be so hard to do?

For someone whose identity is wrapped up in being physically fit, I knew it might be uncomfortable at first. But I didn’t realize how uncomfortable it needs to get.

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Why I’m breaking up with my FitBit (for now, anyway)

Your thoughts BP BloggersMy wrist feels so bare.

Sometimes I grasp at it in the night, trying to turn off some silent, vibrating alarm that isn’t there.

In the moment I realize I’ve been on my feet a lot during the day, I instinctively reach for my phone or wrist to see how far I’ve gone.

But lately, I don’t know.

And I must say… it’s really freeing.

If you’re a regular reader of my blog, you know I’m obsessed with fitness tech and love testing fitness trackers (see here, here, here and here). But something was happening thanks to this obsession; something not good. And I didn’t even realize it until a book I’m currently reviewing connected the dots for me. (more…)

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