My second dietetic intern has a story and a message worth sharing. Read her first blog post all about the female athlete triad, a topic near and dear to not only her heart, but mine. By Kara Peters, Dietetic Intern at the University of Saint Joseph I was fortunate enough to be a three-sport athlete … Continue reading Stop normalizing the loss of your period in sports
While I was recording a podcast last week the subject of makeup came up. We were talking about the feeling that many women (and even young girls!) have that they need to change their face, cover it up, make it look a certain way and hide any imperfections before they can be seen by the … Continue reading Come as you are
Recently, I discovered (read was shown by boyfriend) the Reddit page Expectations vs. Reality. At first I just left. It's incredibly relatable: the food you picture from a restaurant description verses what you get, the DIY crafts or cookies that never seem to turnout like the examples, the clothes that never fit the way they … Continue reading The days you don’t instagram
Listen to your body seems like the go to advice now-a-days. If you're hungry eat. If you're not, don't feel the need to clean your plate. If you're tired, rest. It seems simple enough. Seems is the key word in that sentence. Sometimes being able to interpret what your body is trying to tell you … Continue reading Body, I’m listening…thanks to the ice
New Year's day did not exactly arrive according to plan (but does anything, ever?) My plan was to usher in 2019 with a kiss under the fireworks beside the Boston Harbor. I had been plotting this New Year's eve for nearly three years...since the last time I stood beside the harbor, under the fireworks and … Continue reading Three days in, and the ball has already been dropped
Hey there! It's been a while. Sometimes when you're moving and working and spending an incredible amount of time in an un-air-conditioned car time slips away from you. One minute, it's August 21 and you're thinking you have nearly a month left of summer, time to go to the beach, to catch up with old … Continue reading A full year werth your while
In the 6th grade lunchtime was at 10:40 a.m. I remember classmates and teachers complaining about how early it was. I remember my parents remarking about how unreasonable that was. And I remember absolutely loving it. Lunchtime was 10:40 and I've never gotten over it. Maybe it's just me, but the first thing I … Continue reading How long until lunchtime?
Just under 11 months ago, I was training for a marathon, eating lots of peanut butter, getting back to blogging, taking pictures of my feet and trying to figure out how to fit everything I owned in my little silver car. Today, I’m training for a marathon, eating lots of peanut butter, getting back to … Continue reading Six weeks and two letters later
As a junior in high school (six years ago now, ahh!!) I remember walking to school during the first week in June and thinking, this is the last time I'll ever go to school in June. I really can't tell you why that felt so significant to me, but it did. June had always been just … Continue reading It’s not summer yet?
I pressed publish and sat back, looking up at my calendar. March 10th was almost over and it had been a pretty great day. Rock n Roll Half Marathon ✓ Ate a stack of pancakes and a pizza✓ Baked a double-decker, chocolate, peanut butter, pretzel cake ✓ 23 years of life ✓ And now blog post about … Continue reading When you dreamed you did something
Everyone has strengths and weaknesses. Some people are really good at typing, and others still use two fingers. Some people are really good at drawing, and others wish they were back in kindergarten where every scribble is a masterpiece. Some people have a hard time identifying their strengths and weakness...but for me, at least one … Continue reading Learning to navigate the cafeteria
Hey there! Did you miss me? Despite my 16 day hiatus from blogging, I'm not done, not even close (in fact expect at least one post mosts week for the coming year...it's a goal of mine), but everyone needs a break sometimes, even from their favorite part of the week...yes, mine is blogging. But break's … Continue reading Driving into the new year with goals, not resolutions