Tag - Triggers

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33 Things I Learned In My 33rd Year: Part 2
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Triggers Are An Opportunity For Growth
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Bison Shepard’s Pie

33 Things I Learned In My 33rd Year: Part 2

33 Things I Learned In My 33rd Year

I shared part 1 of this post on 33 Things I Learned In My 33rd Year last week.  With so much learning and growth, I’m excited to see what my 34th year will bring.  I intend to go deeper into what I’m learning.  Deeper into my connection with my body and intuition.  Deeper with my connection to my inner child and higher self.  Deeper into feeling my pain.  Surrender will help me let go so I can experience this depth.  I’m actually starting this year out attending a retreat to do all of this at the end of the month. Read More

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Triggers Are An Opportunity For Growth

Triggers Are An Opportunity For Growth

In the disordered eating recovery world, there’s a lot of talk about identifying your triggers to avoid falling into a binge. To be honest this work never really helped me because it was again focused on the symptom and didn’t go deep enough. It kept me focused on the surface triggers that led to me binge eating like not drinking enough water, not getting enough sleep, starting the day with sugar, being bored, feeling sad, etc.  Once I knew my triggers I was then supposed to make plans to prevent those triggers from leading to a binge.  Plans like calling a friend, going for a walk, drinking a glass of water, etc. All of this just kept me at surface level, never really dealing with the deeper, underlying issues. Read More

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Bison Shepard’s Pie

Bison Shepards Pie

It’s that time of year where my body craves warm comfort foods!  Shepard’s Pie is definitely one of those complete comfort meals with meat, veggies and starch!  I swapped it up and used ground bison for a change, which was delicious.  Shepard’s Pie is an easy, quick, one-dish meal that can also be frozen for later. Read More

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