Hey, just found your blog and love it! The recipes look delish! I was wondering, what does a typical weekly food shop look like for you? I wonder if you could write out a shopping list? This is the place I always get stuck haha! Thanks :) x x
Thank you very much, anon! :D
It’s difficult to say as I still live at home (sigh) so food is shared. I’ll re-answer this when I’m at uni again and buying my own ingredients and that’ll be more helpful, but for now I’ll give you two days worth of food - I hope this is of some use!
Tuesday 3rd June:
Breakfast: Smoothie, made with avocado, banana, almond butter, cocoa and almond milk.
I know a lot of pro-recovery blogs don't like to talk about calorie counting - but could you suggest what's a healthy range for an active person to eat? I'm trying to recover and still suffer from restricting tendencies so I freak out when I have higher intakes...but if I eat primarily non-processed foods it's going to be okay right? I just need some moral support :(
Hi! First off - it’s awesome you’re choosing recovery. Seriously, you’re fab.
Second - it’s really difficult to say as I don’t know anything about you, but I’d say 2000 calories as a minimum, perhaps more for a particularly active day. Primarily non-processed foods in that quantity is okay, of course! Your body will thank you for it, you’ll have so much energy and be able to tackle your active activities with far more gusto! :D
I think you’re stellar, anon. If you want more help feel very free to send another ask my way. xx
I’m conducting a small (only 5 questions, promise!) survey about Native Americans and Cultural Appropriation for my final major art project this year. I want to be as respectful as possible and bring to light the subject of inappropriate cultural appropriation as many are ignorant to it, so any help would be greatly received.
Sorry to be a pest but I really need answers for my final major project - even if you only answer one that’s fantastic, I need as much help as possible!