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I started this blog in 2010 to share that balance, because I know that before you achieve balance for yourself, it can appear to be some dreamy mansion you only wish you could afford. If I hadn’t found peace around food and a happy weight that allows me to eat cake pretty regularly, I would’ve gone on assuming some people were just born perfect (hi, Chrissy Teigen) or lying.

advice on maintenance, thoughts on depression and anxiety, exactly how I’ve moved beyond binge eating, the lifestyle odds and ends that inspire me, and all the healthy recipes that allow me to eat what I crave while still feeling good inside and out.

This story—the 20 year lead-up, the weight loss, and the lessons learned long after—in my memoir, It Was Me All Along.

When I lost weight, I started cooking, remaking the foods I had always loved in lighter, more wholesome ways, and slowly, I started to feel like I was transitioning from a diet to a .

Aran Goyoaga of the completely gorgeous Cannelle et Vanille photographed my cookbook, and took almost all of the photos of me that are seen on this site.

Food photography: Unless otherwise noted, I shoot all food and lifestyle pictures using my Canon 6D with a Canon 100mm lens.

It could have been a “don’t leave your seat for fear of missing something” movie, and it wasn’t. No detail was spared in making Murder look authentic.Every year, we go on a big trip together to celebrate our best friendship.I love dogs, frosting-filled doughnuts, coffee, Leonardo Di Caprio, my mother, seeing movies in the theater, lipstick, Zach Galifianakis, Shake Shack, White’s Bakery in Massachusetts (specifically the white cake with white frosting), and podcasts.Other than Branagh, the only other stand-out in the cast was Tom Bateman (as Bouc). But I like to feel engaged in the story; I like to feel like I could solve the mystery myself if I were paying close enough attention. There is no smoking gun to be discovered by the audience. I appreciated the earnest mischievousness with which Bateman played his role. I also minded that I didn’t feel engaged in the cat and mouse of the plot. All of the clues are something that occur only in Poirot’s recollection or in some back story that the audience isn’t privy to, until Poirot is solving the mystery.

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