1. Stop worrying about what others think.
You can’t be responsible for how everyone around you feels about how you live your life. So stop worrying about how your family, partner, and friends will react to your choices, and start getting real about how you feel about your life. Ask yourself,…
Just what I needed today. Actually, every day for that matter.
Geneen Roth’s Eating Guidelines to Intuitive Eating:
For all of those recovering from their darkest days of an eating disorder, no matter which disorder, I highly recommend Geneen Roth’s Women, Food, and God. This book has helped (and is helping) me search for the love within myself, and has kept me from abandoning myself when I thought recovery wasn’t possible. She’s an incredible inspiration, and even if you do not struggle with food, it will help you learn self-compassion. The passages are simply breathtaking, as well. I’m on my second go with the book because it’s just that nice.
I just made commitment to myself and my neighborhood yoga studio.
3 classes for 20 bucks. Though, I’m sure there will be many more classes where that came from.
I’m really exited about starting this new commitment to myself and to the earth by learning to take car of myself.
‘Trying to make myself the best Bonnie I can be :)
Thank you for the reminder :P