Tag Archives: self-acceptance

  1. When those pesky food and body issues swing by for a visit, even though you’re a feminist, and you vowed to never diet again.

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    October 24, 2017 by Julia

    I am happiest about food and my body when I can forget about both. I’ve been trapped in shame cycles, …
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  2. Guys, I’m Confused, Part 1: Health and Weight-Loss

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    April 12, 2014 by Julia

    Welcome to my new series, in which I don’t have to pretend like I know everything! Isn’t it great? I …
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  3. Uplifting

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    February 4, 2014 by Julia

    Today is my birthday! Yes, that is the second time I’ve mentioned my birthday on my blog within a week, …
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  4. Girls, You Do Me Good

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    December 18, 2013 by Julia

    I recently obsessively watched Season 2 of HBO’s show Girls, and to quote the name of the most popular song …
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  5. The Plan, Blog-Wise and Weight-Wise

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    June 2, 2013 by Julia

    I’ve been struggling lately with thinking of fresh things to write about. Although I don’t feel burnt out after these …
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  6. Why I don’t diet anymore.

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    December 1, 2012 by Julia

    I started obsessing about my weight at around twelve years old, when I realized that some chubbiness had developed in …
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