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Read, Listen, Watch, Work.

This resources page can give you all the things I'm reading, listening to, and looking at to 

grow in my self-love journey. Check them out!

To read next: Just Eat It by Laura Thomas, PhD

I've been following the smart but hilarious and truth-bombing Laura Thomas for years now. She released her first book, Just Eat It: How Intuitive Eating Can Help You Get Your Shit Together Around Food, in January. As soon as a US publisher picks this up, I'm grabbing it, but may even order from the UK publisher because I want to read it that bad. 

Favorite Balanced Instagram Accounts this Month:

Jeanette Ogden (@shutthekaleup) has an honest, mindful approach to food. She's actually authentic on social media and gets real and raw with her content. 

Alexis Joseph from @hummusapien admits her progress and shares meaningful stories of her own progression through disordered eating struggles. She posts great recipes, too.

Kylie Mitchell from @immaeatthat is a Registered Dietician who shares such genuine, thought out content when it comes to eating, moving mindfully, and accepting a changing body (especially when pregnant!) I feel like I'm talking to a friend when I read her blog.

Must-Listen Podcasts

I am LOVING the Directionally Challenged podcast with BFFs Candice King and Kayla Ewell (The Vampire Diaries). Although not about food or exercise, they cover topics about life in your twenties and thirties. Their guests have talked career, anxiety, balance, motherhood, and so much more. I truly look forward to this every Monday and it helps me develop and think about my past, future, and present self. 

I'm also still on that Well & Weird with Holly Lowery train. Her podcasts revolve around self love, acceptance, and creating healthy relationships with food, beauty, and your body. Holly is a gentle, smart soul and listening to this podcast is super calming for me. 

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