The weather is warming, daylight lasts longer, and the world seems to be blooming...and it expects you to be doing the same. This month, we feature a very important blog post by Carolina Partners in Mental HealthCare, PLLC that highlights the pressure we may feel to present ourselves to the world as happy, energetic, and… Continue reading Spring Time Blues
Happy New Year, Everyone! ...And welcome to "resolution" season. As we turn the page to a new chapter - 2019 - it is likely we will all have some exposure to the concept of changing something (or things) about oneself "for the better". Traditionally, resolution setting tends to revolve around our bodies and our behavior. … Continue reading Resolutions…or Revolution?
Hello, Everyone! This month we are breaking up the holiday chatter (but also...Happy Holidays!) to share with you all a candid, quite raw rendition of one's experience of navigating relationships in recovery and traversing the journey of healing from co-dependency. We love this timeless reminder that no matter what type of relationships we are fostering… Continue reading Don’t Give It All Away
Self care. Self care. Self care. While reserving space and time to care for ourselves in a chaotic, pressurized world is essential, the concept of "self care" has also become idealized and even exploited in recent years. Certain forms of self care (ex. "spa days", exercise, etc.) have been pedestalized in mainstream media, which narrows… Continue reading It’s okay to not get the massage.
This month's post pays homage to some of our most favorite blogs. We at Nutritious Thoughts are showing appreciation, sending shout-outs, and sharing the LOVE with some stellar platforms that are recovery-positive and rooted in joyful living. Favorite #1: Dances With Fat Writer Ragen Chastain (she also identifies as many other incredible things - seriously check… Continue reading Sharing the Love
I wrote this letter to myself at a painfully pivotal point in my life. I still read it regularly and hope it provides a sense of safety, hope, and unity to others that may need it. -Lindsey M. Yemc, MS, RD, LDN This is a letter to yourself when things seem impossible. Read this when… Continue reading Dear Me