The Kids are Alright Spring 2017 Part II

The Kids are Alright Spring 2017 Part II

At the end of each semester, my body image students write a process paper where they synthesize their learning- both personal and academic- for the semester. These papers are always a delight to read and there is so much wisdom in them that I just have to share a fraction of it (with my students’ […]

The Kids are Alright Spring 2017 Part I

The Kids are Alright Spring 2017 Part I

At the end of each semester, my body image students write a process paper where they synthesize their learning- both personal and academic- for the semester. These papers are always a delight to read and there is so much wisdom in them that I just have to share a fraction of it (with my students’ […]

Stay woke, dear heart.

Stay woke, dear heart.

We started together at a time when the world was changing– when it felt unfamiliar, maybe even broken to some of us, when it was shifting on its axis and it demanded of us a type of shifting, a refocusing on what was important, what mattered. Maybe in that moment Body Image felt like the […]

May You Always See the Beauty in Being Good to Yourself

May You Always See the Beauty in Being Good to Yourself

I am so excited to share a post from Rebecca Scritchfield, RDN, author of Body Kindness.  Body Kindness has been one of my go-to gift books this year and I was thrilled when Rebecca agreed to sharing her thoughts here as well as provide a book for a book giveaway! By way of quick background, Rebecca […]

what would you do if you believed that you were enough?

what would you do if you believed that you were enough?

I know how prevalent the belief that “you are not enough” is in our society. Sometimes in direct ways but most often in subtle ways, you are fed the lie that if you change “just one thing” you’ll feel better about yourself. So you start chasing that “one thing” and before long you end end […]

Permission Granted

Permission Granted

  Once during a high stress period in my life, I found myself racked with anxiety over the pressure I felt to do something that I just did not really want to do. Navigating the stress of not meeting expectations when I had a lifetime of being a good girl under my belt was eating […]

To what are you saying yes?

To what are you saying yes?

On Saturday, March 11th, I spoke at She’s Brave, a conference put on by Nourish CLT.  My topic? You Have to Say No to Say Yes.   We teach what we most need to learn now don’t we? For those who have followed me for a bit, you know that I have a love/hate relationship […]

Announcing Find Your Center!

Announcing Find Your Center!

Do you have a daughter who is 11-14  & would love a pottery + self-acceptance day camp?   Find Your Center (June 26-30) might be perfect!   Have your daughter join Melissa Reddick and Rosie Molinary for a fun and creative journey into her center. From exploring one’s own thoughts and feelings in journal exercises and […]

Join me on March 29th at Park Road Books!

In the Greater Charlotte area?   Mark your calendars!  I’ll be at Park Road Books on March 29th to talk  Beautiful You and self-acceptance  and you are invited! 

Learning the lesson the easiest way possible

A few weeks ago, I lost my breakfast. This is not some euphemistic way for me to say I was sick. Nope, I literally could not find my breakfast when I got to the Sugar Shack after carefully packing yogurt, a piece of cheese, and two Cuties to eat at my desk. I tore my backpack […]