So something I want to talk about is food shaming. I used to do it to myself and others, and it was NOT okay. I thought that because I was vegan, I was morally "better" than everyone else who was not. And then I would shame myself whenever I ate something that wasn't "healthy" - at least not according to the "wellness" world. But then I announced that I was vegetarian, and I got a taste of my own medicine when I was shamed for my food choices. For doing something that contributed to my recovery. Being on the receiving end of that kind of bullying was incredibly hurtful, but it forced me to take a look in the mirror and re-examine my food philosophy. Ultimately, "healthy" means something different for everyone - whether you're vegan, vegetarian, or omni. In any case, bullying is never okay. Well and Full was always meant to be a judgment-free zone, and people of all diets are welcome here. I will definitely be posting a few more words on this on the blog soon, but for now, I'm going to sip this sangria because HEALTHY IS NOT ONE SIZE FITS ALL.