Angie's Recovery Tip: The Importance of Soul Care

Many people with eating disorders do not recognize how harming their illness is to their soul. 

One of the ways to counter that is by practicing soul care (or self-care).

Soul care really means slowing down and grounding yourself in the present moment instead of being consumed with achieving and striving.

Today, I'm sharing 3 criteria for soul care as well as some of my favorite activities to slow down and get into a space of soul care.

Angie's Recovery Tip Bonus: Setting Goals With Soul

How often have you set goals that did nothing but drain you and kept you stuck in a self-critical space of striving and judging yourself for not moving forward (fast) enough?

I had the privilege of interviewing Danielle LaPorte about her new book, White Hot Truth. In this special bonus video, I'm discussing the life-changing work of Danielle and I highly recommend pre-ordering her book (link below). 

I'm talking about the value of setting goals with soul and aligning them with your soul's purpose so they can really support growth. 

Recovery is really about connecting with your soul and recognizing that you are your own guru and guide and that all the answers you are looking for are already inside you. 

Recommended Reading:
- Danielle Laporte's new book, White Hot Truth.

Pre-Order now and get the audio version of the book for FREE

- Danielle LaPorte's book, The Fire Starter Sessions

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Angie's Weekly Recovery Tip: What Does it Mean to Be Recovered?

Recovery can mean so many different things.

In this video, I'm talking about what it means to be recovered and I encourage you to think about your own definition of recovery.

Recommended Resources: 
- My interview on the ED Matters Podcast
- Carolyn Costin & Gwen Schubert Grabb's book, 8 Keys to Recovery from an Eating Disorder 

Angie's Weekly Recovery Tip: The Benefits of Journal Writing

One of the most profound benefits of journal writing is that it gives you the ability to connect with the deepest part of your soul and your true essence.

Today, I'm talking about how journaling can help transform your journey to recovery.

Two resources that I highly recommend: 
- Katie Dalebout's book, Let it Out: A Journey Through Journaling and her amazing podcast, Let it Out.

- June Alexander's book, Using Writing as a Therapy for Eating Disorders: The diary healer. 

Angie's Weekly Recovery Tip: Using Your Imagination

It is common for people in recovery to feel stuck every now and then and believe that it will never get better.

But the reality is that there are ways for you to get into action about the very thing you feel the most stuck about.

Today, I'm sharing one of my favorite practices to help you feel less stuck in your recovery process.

Angie's Weekly Recovery Tip: It's Time to Talk About It

It's almost National Eating Disorders Awareness (#NEDAwareness) Week and this year’s theme is It’s Time to Talk About It.

Talking about the eating disorder that you're struggling with is an important first step on your healing journey.

In this week's Recovery Tip, I'm talking about the importance of opening up and letting someone in. 

If you’re struggling with an eating disorder, call the National Eating Disorder Association hotline at 1-800-931-2237.

Visit NEDA's website for more information on Eating Disorders Awareness Weeks than runs from Feb 26th - March 4th

Recommended resource: REbel