Here’s a thing I stopped doing a few years ago: Shrinking into my
(already small) airplane seat, giving up space that I literally paid
for. Because a step toward rejecting diet culture—and much of our social
conditioning as women—is starting to unapo...
If you're traveling—by any mode of transportation—it means your food
routine, and eating patterns, will probably change. And that's totally
OK, sometimes it's even great, because it means you get to try lots of
new food! But, it can also be a source ...
Wow I can't believe we made it to the end of the Walk It Out Series!
This week has been amazing, and I'm so honored to finish off the
challenge with you all. For your last walk of the week, I want you all
to take a listen to my 15-min Audio Walking M...
Getting back into the groove of movement can be difficult. Don’t get
discouraged—get support. You’re not alone. Take it one step at a time
with this guided movement meditation. AthletaWell Guide Heather Caplan
shares her experience coming back to reg...
Hi AthletaWell friends! I shared a post and video with you last week
around building back up trust with yourself and the foods you love (you
can see it here!), ultimately feeling empowered to nourish yourself in a
way that feels good for you. Somethi...
Traveling can feel really loaded these days! Tell me if any of these
things are helpful: - Instead of thinking of it as "overindulging", try
a reframe to "Savoring" things that you don't normally eat (if these are
foods you love/enjoy, and/or that fe...
@LunaLove You're so welcome Doesn't it seem like so much of our
normalized fitness and "wellness"culture is about going above and
beyond, pushing hard, and continuing to challenge ourselves? When there
may be seasons of life for setting goals that ...
@Zoey1 Thanks for sharing that! I can certainly understand that you feel
hesitant to do anything outside of the house when you're not working. Is
there a time of day when you know you can plan to walk consistently,
even if it's just around a short bl...
@FitNYC Sorry to hear you've had that chronic pain! Starting small is
how we can avoid feeling overwhelmed and then stuck in a cycle of not
doing the thing. I hope it has been feeling to good to get out for some
short walks this week!