Blog Announcement

Yazan: love2eatinpa | 09 September 2010 | 57 Comments
Categories: intuitive eating, recovery, Triathlon training

While away, relaxing and unplugged on vacation, I gave a lot of thought to this blog. Next month will be my one year anniversary. What an amazing year it has been. The first half of the blog year was filled with my daily struggles with my compulsive overeating. The second half of the blog year, […]

‘My Real Story, Part 2’ as Posted on “Healthy Girl”

Yazan: love2eatinpa | 06 August 2010 | 14 Comments
Categories: Guest Bloggin', Honesty, intuitive eating, recovery

Here is part 2 of my post yesterday on Healthy Girl. You can click on the link or read it below… Focusing on Intuitive Eating I can’t remember exactly how I heard about Intuitive Eating. More than likely it was through the blogosphere. I read Evelyn Tribole’s book, Intuitive Eating, A Revolutionary Program The Works, […]

‘My Real Story’ as Posted on “Healthy Girl”, Part 1

Yazan: love2eatinpa | 04 August 2010 | 17 Comments
Categories: Guest Bloggin', Honesty, intuitive eating

For those of you who didn’t feel like clicking over in yesterday’s post, here is part of my ‘real story’ as posted on Healthy Girl. If you just started reading my blog, this will fill you in on where I’m coming from. If you already know my story, just skip the post below. =) My […]

Paying Forward the “Beautiful Blogger” Award

Yazan: love2eatinpa | 10 June 2010 | 20 Comments
Categories: Uncategorized

I’m very flattered to have received an award from Brandi at Lavidasubida. The rules of the award are that I have to tell you 7 things that you don’t know about me yet… 1. For two seasons, when I was about 9 and 10 years old, I was the only girl in the boys little […]

Stepping out of My Comfort Zone

Yazan: love2eatinpa | 28 May 2010 | 22 Comments
Categories: Day to Day Stuff, My Family and this Eating Disorder

This is a cross post that will also be on WATRD. Good or bad, I’m not someone that frequently steps out of my comfort zone. I am someone who lives a pretty structured life. I have my routines of workouts, eating, what my days are like, etc., and that gives me comfort. I have read […]

Paying Forward Some “Oh My Blog” Love

Yazan: love2eatinpa | 18 May 2010 | 27 Comments
Categories: Day to Day Stuff

Rita over at The Giggly Bits was kind enough to pass this love along to me close to two weeks ago and now I get to do the same! SO sorry Rita that it has taken so long for me to do this! I am honored that you chose me, and I’m sorry the day […]

Getaway & Giveaway Results

Yazan: love2eatinpa | 04 May 2010 | 27 Comments
Categories: Day to Day Stuff, Eating Out, intuitive eating

First order of business… Congrats to Beth @ Beth’s Journey to Thin who won Jenni Schaefer’s book “good bye ed, hello me” via random.org! Beth, shoot me an email with your mailing address so I can get the book sent to you. Hope you get as much out of the book as I did! Second, […]

“It’s My Body” + Giveaway

Yazan: love2eatinpa | 29 April 2010 | 56 Comments
Categories: Uncategorized

This is is a cross post that is on WATRD today. I am lucky to be able to present to you today a guest post by the author of “goodbye ed, hello me”, Jenni Schaefer. As I posted before, this book was really life-changing for me in my recovery from my eating disorder. Read it […]

My Most Embarassing Food Moment

Yazan: love2eatinpa | 26 April 2010 | 48 Comments
Categories: Uncategorized

I am coming up on the one-year anniversary of my most embarrassing food moment (in recent memory). Last early May, though I had not binged for over a year, here is what happened… While at an outdoor carnival at my children’s elementary school, they were serving pizza for dinner as well as a myriad of […]

Binge-Free Bracelet

Yazan: love2eatinpa | 19 April 2010 | 34 Comments
Categories: Day to Day Stuff

A few of you have written to me privately asking about my binge-free bracelet so I thought I would write a post about it. This bracelet came out of a brainstorm session between me and my first therapist in January of 2009. It was when I first realized I had an eating disorder (after 30 […]

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