This is a cross-post over at WeAretheRealDeal today. You can read it here or after the jump.
Recently, I was asked to write a guest post for the blog College Lifestyles dealing with the topic of disordered eating and going home for summer break.
College Lifestyle’s executive director, Shelly Marie Redmond, MS, RD, LDN, contacted me and I was beyond flattered — she is also the author of Eat Well and Be Fabulous, A Guide for the Modern Day Woman.
My article, “Keeping Disordered Eating at Bay on Summer Break,” offers tips for college students on how to handle going back home, but the advice is applicable to lots of situations and certainly transcends just going home for summer break.
I’d love to hear what you have to say after reading my tips. Is there anything you would add if you were writing the post?
DietsinReview.com is a great resource for all kinds of information on healthy living. Per its mission statement, DietsinReview.com seeks “To provide constructive information and education by health professionals that the public can use to implement healthy changes, support weight loss efforts and inspire to live a healthier life.”
I’m honored to post a guest blog here, and hope you’ll check the site out, as well.
Fellow blogger and blog reader Jason at Run4Change— who has lost an astounding amount of weight through running and Weight Watchers and has a blog devoted to healthy living — asked me to write a guest post for his blog. Check out “Weight Isn’t the Problem; It’s a Symptom of Something Else.” It’s based on Oprah’s trainer Bob Greene’s interview with Larry King earlier this week.
I welcome your input here or on his blog! Continue reading “Guest Post at Run4Change”
I’ve been a big fan of the blog BackinSkinnyJeans for a long time now. Recently, I shared my “coming out via blog” story with its blogger, Steph, who this past weekend spoke at the BlogHer convention in San Francisco about her experiences.
Today I’m a guest blogger on her new “Healing Beginnings” segment. Click here to read Steph’s intro and my guest blog!
A big thank you to Steph for inspiring so many of us with your wisdom and wit. Keep reading!