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Sep 15

Taking a break.

I’ve decided to take a break from the blog for a month or so. I have something new for the blog that I’m really excited about, since I think it’s going to be a great (free) resource for you guys and will be helpful for those in all stages of eating disorder recovery. It’ll be posted sometime in October. The best way to know when I post again is to subscribe to the blog, which you do by simply adding your email address into the field on the righthand sidebar that says subscribe by email.

I’m not in favor of being a clanging cymbal that adds noise to your life. I want my posts to be thoughtful and helpful, but lately I feel like I’ve been reach for a few more “filler” posts than I’d like to. I feel like being quiet for a bit to just have an extended amount of time to regroup in several areas. (I know when I’ve gotten quiet in the past it’s because I’m pregnant…not the case this time haha!).

Thank you for taking time out of your week to read the blog! I appreciate you guys very much. I love writing this blog to normalize the happenings of life and encourage health for those who have struggled with disordered eating! See you back here in a month or so!

If you are in need of eating disorder recovery counseling, I will still be seeing clients and will likely have a couple spots opening in late October/November. Hannah, who works with me, has about four more weekend and evening spots available now if you’d like to start working with someone sooner.

13 comments on “Taking a break.”

  1. Have a great break! See you in a little while!

  2. Just so you know, anyone that gets your emails can choose wether or not to open them,
    I know I’ve not opened your blog post past the email a couple of times purely cos it’s been a recipe of something I don’t like.
    But that’s the beauty of being so diverse in your writing; what isn’t great for me one day will still bring joy and peace to someone else on that particular day.
    Your blog is also very manageable so if you like a post, you have links to related ones in case they’ve been missed.
    This is just a note to say don’t be disheartened, trust in your beliefs and writing skill, your followers are your followers cos they trust and listen to you and LIKE YOU.
    Take care, can’t wait to see what you have coming next X

  3. “I’m not in favor of being a clanging cymbal that adds noise to your life”. KYLIE! You’re not a disruption! You add insight, humor, meaning and value into our lives! You are brutally honest, insightful, thoughtful, and helpful in so many ways. You have helped so many of us transform our thought patterns, whether through your food recipes, meal-roundoups, or food-for-thought posts about evolving body image.
    We choose to search “immaeatthat” and to hear your funny voice and helpful reminders.
    Enjoy your break. We’ll miss you.
    But please know that we all value you, your work, and your contribution to the world.

  4. I want to echo a few other commenters to say that everything you write is valuable and there isn’t a single post that has felt like “filler” to me.

    I 1000% support taking a break when you feel you need one, and of course that is always reason enough to stop posting. All of us support your decision and will be waiting with open arms when you come back in Oct or whenever feels correct for you :)

  5. I agree – no filler posts from you ever. I love hearing from you! But glad you’re taking a break. Also, really appreciated your recent mom life post. It helps me feel not alone (even though I don’t know you IRL). And I know IG from a professional standpoint must feel overwhelming – just know my favorite accounts to follow are the real life ones. I can’t handle the perfect photos…it’s not real life and I need that!

  6. Take a good rest and come back soon to us ;)
    I’m already waiting for your new bright posts.
    Join me at this site.

  7. Hope you’re having a good break! Would love to get your insights when you get back on something since you’ve done a great job about posting on how to raise competent eaters.

    I’m due with our first child in two months – my friend who has a 5-month-old sent me this article:

    https://us.cnn.com/2020/07/15/health/dietary-advisory-guidelines-infants-wellness/index.html?utm_campaign=MDSC_FY19-20_Newsletter_eNews_EML_0820A&utm_medium=email&utm_source=Eloqua&elqTrackId=21edfbbc3e334990b925328ecd5b0118&elq=4d7aa001d8774903949a6ba3a8f3b806&elqaid=18793&elqat=1&elqCampaignId=14995

    Her takeaway from this was the no sugar until the babies are at least two. Would love to know your thoughts on this. As someone with former disordered eating tendencies, I’ve been working through no longer demonizing sugar and just recognizing it as a part of life to help with binge +restrict cycles.

  8. Beautiful and lovely lady :) always adored your blog, have a great break! 

  9. Sometimes it’s a great idea to take a break.  There is time to think about your plans, desires and just about life.  That’s why you made the right choice, Kylie! Last month I left work and decided that I would start looking for a new one only in 1-2 months, because I want to take time for myself and just relax.  And it was a great decision!  I finally love my life)
    I was worried about money, but the phone casino saves me, I’m very lucky :)

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