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Interview with Megan – Sisters and Anorexia

Hello there, I hope you all had a fabulous weekend. I spent it completing my second race of the year in Tampa, spending time with friends and family and soaking up that sunshine on a 25 km run and at the beach! Today is the final installment of my series on anorexia and how it […]

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Interview with Parents of an Anorexic

Well hello there friends, What an outpouring of support and awareness it has been from you all this week. I have been so overwhelmed by your kindness and care about a topic that is so important to me. I apologize that comments were closed this week. I am in Florida this week with limited access […]

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Interview with Jolene

Good morning everyone. I am so overwhelmed by the incredible support that has been pouring out since my original post on Monday. It has been an honour to share our story with you and if we can raise any awareness and shed any light on the truth of eating disorders, I will feel as if […]


National Eating Disorder Awareness Week

Good morning everyone! I hope you had a refreshing weekend! I had a busy weekend preparing to go to Florida this week, volunteering for the House of Friendship’s Potato Blitz and running my first race of the season! (Recap will be up here soon). Although I am looking forward to heading into a week of […]


September Goal Checkin and Five More!

Hello everyone! I hope you had a wonderful weekend and you are recharged and refreshed for the week. I had a bit of a different weekend. On Saturday, I headed up to Mount St. Louis Moonstone to compete in a Tough Mudder event. I will be doing a recap later, but although it was certainly […]


A way through

It was early last Saturday morning and I breezed downstairs to head out for the day. I walked through the kitchen on the way to pour myself a cup of coffee and saw my youngest sister sitting alone at the table, picking at cold egg whites and a couple of blueberries and calling it a […]



Last night, my mother gave one of her presentations of our family’s journey through anorexia to a local group of women. This is a noteworthy event because I breezed in to watch the presentation after teaching a spin class, only to realize that the presentation was over and my mother had decided to call my […]


Christmas With Anorexia

I had a post all drafted up for today, but I threw it out the window in lieu of something else much more important. Christmas seems to be a loaded time for many things; our tables are laden with wonderful food and our week is saturated with family events. It is a happy time. We […]


More than you will ever know

We have someone in our family who is just..awkward. We want him to leave and we have told him this, but he follows us everywhere. We tried to leave him in the mountains of Utah, but he slipped inside a small corner and followed us home. He makes us cry in public places. He makes relationships really […]


Extraordinary People

Only an extra ordinary person can get an eating disorder.  Because it takes extraordinary strength to fight one.  It is National Eating Disorder Awareness Week. Remind the people in your life that you love them and that they are of irreplaceable value. If you want to tangibly support NEDA, consider buying a pair of mittens […]