I get self conscious posting and sharing a lot, I don't want to come across like I think that I've got it all figured out or that I think that I'm better than anyone. I'm just in this place where I'm learning and it's really exciting to me because I needed it so bad. And now I found a way to fit health and wellness into my life and if I can help anybody with that it's worth it.
I still struggle, I still make food choices that make me feel gross or eat more than I mean to and feel out of control at times. I still have food triggers, I was bulemic for 9 years and training my brain to not think or act that way anymore is a process. I'm definitely getting better. I definitely have more days of food freedom and of feeling well than I ever did before and for that I'm so grateful. I recently found an app that is helping me stick to my food freedom. It's just an accountability app and I put a checkmark on a calendar for days I feel like I've lived my food freedom and it's helping a ton! (Basically, it's a sticker chart like the ones I make for my kids 😂) Anyway, if you're still reading, I love the communities I have found on Instagram. People sharing their passions has really blessed my life and helped me find my passions too. People sharing about love for self and how they are learning to love their bodies has given me the courage to do the same. I'm more able to focus on what my body can do than what it looks like and that brings me peace. I'm so glad I found #whole30 and #yoga and #doterra and mostly #spirituality They're all a part of what makes being alive feel good!
#lds #imamormon #vibrantliving #foodfreedom #yogamom #essentialoils