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Something I’m Proud Of

I struggled with Binge Eating Disorder for over ten years. Since January 2018, I started working with two professionals and have seen so much growth in myself and managing my emotions. Most days are much easier than they used to be, but there are still some harder days. Recovering from an eating disorder doesn’t mean that you won’t encounter hard times anymore or your past demons won’t ever take over again. I had a hard evening last week but I was able to push through and come out stronger. This… Read more Something I’m Proud Of

Easy Miles Should Actually Be Easy – Calculate your Maximum Aerobic Heart Rate.

I feel like I’ve been posting and talking a lot about my easy miles recently. I run all my easy runs, long runs, and recovery runs at at least 10+ min/mile and I am proud of that because it’s made me stronger and faster, and I’ve avoided injuries. Slowing down and monitoring your maximum aerobic heart rate makes you a more efficient runner (aka running further, faster) and lowers your risk of potential running injuries. Slowing your pace by a few minutes 3-4 times every week doesn’t mean you’re slow, obese, insignificant, or… Read more Easy Miles Should Actually Be Easy – Calculate your Maximum Aerobic Heart Rate.

A Glimpse into My Struggle with Binge Eating Disorder

A few weeks ago I opened up about my long-time battle with Binge Eating Disorder. I figured I’d talk a bit more about it now that it’s National Eating Disorders Awareness week. This post is just a very small glimpse into what I’ve dealt with while struggling with BED. It would be a novel if I wrote down every single thing I experienced and went through. Binge Eating Disorder is not just overeating like on Thanksgiving. It’s not having one too many cookies or pieces of pizza and feeling really… Read more A Glimpse into My Struggle with Binge Eating Disorder