Good morning! How has your weekend been? Mine has been busy, as usual, but quite lovely. It has been far too long since I’ve put together a Worthwhile Reads post for y’all, and I’m looking forward to linking up with Amanda today to share some of the great links I’ve seen over the past few weeks!
I remember when McDonald’s included pedometers in meals when I was in middle school, and I remember it becoming somewhat obsessive for me. I wholly advocate for encouraging activity, but I think there are ways to do that without focusing on specific numbers.
A beautiful post on the similarities between an eating disorder and a relationship.
As always, The Fuck It Diet provides an awesome countercultural perspective.
Great things to know for those who love somebody with an eating disorder.
Body positivity should include all bodies: the differently abled, the scarred, the “perfect,” the large, the small, and the in-between.
It’s easy to get stuck in a “recovered enough” place, but we can all do better for ourselves.
It is not perfection, and it is not a diet, among other things.
Its hard to accept introversion without feeling like we are missing out, but it is worth trying to be okay with the fact that we may often be happier in smaller groups or on our own. I have found that I am much happier when I simply validate my choice to lie low and not waste time wishing I were more extroverted.
This was just too good to pass up.
This article points out things that may be hard to hear, but need to be considered nonetheless.
I enjoyed the movie, but I had a lot of thoughts along these lines.
That’s all I have for this week’s roundup – I hope you have a fantastic remainder of your Sunday!