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I am Meatball Girl + Binge Eating Break Up Tips

A few months ago my friends were married in one of Manhattan’s secret gardens. Surrounded by beautiful buildings, bustling New York City sounds, and a small, supportive group of loved ones – they said, “WE DO.” It was a magical day from start to finish. One that I will never forget. And my memories don’t

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Your Story Isn’t Over

There’s something you should know – YOUR STORY ISN’T OVER. NoTHING and everyTHING can change. And for the better. But those “THINGS” may not be what you think. Yesterday, I was sitting on the beach in my bikini reflecting on past beach experiences with my husband. Specifically, the beach trips we took during the years

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Rest In Peace

We’re friends, right? I’m assuming that’s why you’re here. SO, GOOD… Because if we were friends catching up on a Wednesday afternoon, then I’d tell you I had an epiphany this weekend. I’d tell you (but most likely you’d already know) that I’ve been super hard on myself over the last few months feeling like

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The “Bad Body Image Day” Survey

Bad Body Image Days. We all have ‘em. Yep. All of us. Even the coaches, trainers, fitness celebs and clean eating cookbook creators. No one is immune from entertaining negative thoughts and feelings about their body. Not one of us is perpetually positive. So, what separates those who are regularly affected and consumed with negative

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A Note to My Younger Self on Our Birthday

Hey, Lu. It’s me, YOU. 34 year old you, to be exact. I woke up early this morning, on the day of our birth, bursting with gratitude that we’ve been blessed to complete another year of life. I laid, still in bed, listing off the year’s accomplishments and gifts. I set intentions for the twelve

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The Key to Changing Your Relationship With Food and Body

As a Certified Eating Psychology Coach and Body Image Mentor I receive plenty of questions. But, the one that I get the most, the one that nearly all of my clients and tons of social media followers and blog readers have asked, is this: “How in the world do I end food freak outs and begin to accept

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