A COVID-19 Post to Add to the Millions in Your Inbox (Please Read!)

As Canada locks down to prevent the spread of COVID-19, Toronto—the city in which I live—has taken bold, necessary steps to “flatten the curve.” Elementary and secondary schools are closed. Public libraries are closed. Most retail outlets are closed. Universities have transitioned to online learning. Lots of other stuff has happened in the gap between … Continue reading A COVID-19 Post to Add to the Millions in Your Inbox (Please Read!)

Endocrinology Appointment for the Weak-Boned and Strong-Willed

My bone health has been an ongoing concern due to my anticonvulsants, several of which can cause decreased bone density, and to my eating disorder. My dread of this year's bone scan and endocrinologist appointment was not, then, entirely irrational, though it was admittedly a little extreme. Unsure whether or not I could handle the … Continue reading Endocrinology Appointment for the Weak-Boned and Strong-Willed

Something a Little Different (for National Eating Disorder Awareness Week)

It was just National Eating Disorder Awareness Week here in Canada. (I missed it by a day for reasons related to my health. Sorry not sorry/actually very sorry.) Seems like as good a time as any to expand a bit on what I've awkwardly hinted at in my last couple of posts. I struggled with … Continue reading Something a Little Different (for National Eating Disorder Awareness Week)