Marketing Messages and the Ugly Truth(?)


Before you read today’s post, go download Finding Our Hunger Un-Podcast Episode 006: UN-Lived and leave us a review in  iTunes! I’ve been having difficulty sitting down to write this post, probably because my day job involves sitting down to … Continue reading

UN-Podcast 005: UNscripted


I find it nearly impossible to believe that we’re already on episode 5 of the Finding Our Hunger podcast. What a feat. What a beautiful, blessed feat. Speaking of feeling blessed, I feel so lucky to be able to introduce today’s … Continue reading

Why Can’t I Stop Binge Eating? (Hint: Check Your Stress Levels)


Hey–FYI, triggers ahead. Read at your own risk.   I’m not a stranger to stress. In fact, if you know me, you know that’s a bit of an understatement. Type-A, overachieving, blah blah blah. You’ve heard it before. You’ve probably lived … Continue reading

UN-Podcast 004: UNcomfortable


Believe it or not, we’ve made it through 4 weeks of podcasts. Finding Our Hunger is officially one month old (although it’s been in the making since before Christmas…)!

I’m so proud to share this podcast with all of you–and I would love to hear your feedback so that Ito and I can continue to hone it and make it even better.

Please go check the show out over on, and you can also read my blog post, “Breathing Through an Awkward Pose.”

And, if you’re a crazy podcast consumer like me, you’ll probably want to subscribe through iTunes or Stitcher Radio. If you DO head over to iTunes, please, please, please leave us a review–any and all feedback not only helps us make the podcast into something even more special, but it also helps others find the podcast!

Anyway, I hope you all have an absolutely beautiful Tuesday, and I’ll see you back here on Thursday, when I (finally) resume triggering HAPPY!

Stay hungry,


Thoughts on Disordered Eating


What I’m about to write is no doubt going to be somewhat controversial. Which is why, of course, I’m hesitant to write it. But, frankly, I think it’s something that needs to be said–and something that we have to drag, … Continue reading