Weekly Reads Wednesday 7.9.14

Glass Dharma Giveaway Winner: LINZ!!! Congrats my fellow St. Louis girl:)


weekly reads wednesday

Short reading list due to the long Holiday weekend. I hope you’re having a good week!

7 Recent Food Epiphanies That Set Me Free

Self Confidence Isn’t About Being Perfect <–totally.

Serving Sizes Are About To Get Real <–what do you think?

When Fitspiration Goes Wrong

Closing The Thigh Gap 

Healthcare, Meet Capitalism <–interesting view

On Wanting What You Want

  • What’s the best thing you’ve read this past week?

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  1. Thanks for including my post, When Fitspiration Goes Wrong!

  2. You always have the best reads. I need to copy your reader. 😉

  3. What do YOU think about your posts? Would be great to see a summary of your thoughts on each one instead of just links.

  4. The best thing I’ve read all week just might be this one, haa :) thanks for sharing closing the thigh gap

  5. I love all of these! Thanks so much for sharing!

  6. Self Confidence Isn’t About Being Perfect is a great post! I love the honesty and vulnerability in the post!

  7. Thanks for some great reads. This week I finished Leandra Medine’s book – Man Repeller: Seeking love, finding overalls. It was amazing!

  8. I know you don’t have an extensive background in sciences, but for someone who claims to be so passionate about the medical field I’m very surprised that you never post any articles about the field.

  9. Did you know the link to “Linz” is to the Atlantic magazine about why not to donate to hospitals? Just wondering if that was a mistake?

  10. That’s really bizarre. I will fix it!

  11. And that they ALWAYS have to do with body image/eating disorders (or at least 5 of 7)

  12. If you don’t like the articles she chooses, then why do you keep coming back to read this post?

  13. I love the food epiphanies article – it reminds me that diets might work right away but they aren’t sustainable!

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