Helping People With Anorexia or Bulimia

Today another modest but heartfelt donation of $30. on behalf of XIZOZU™ Medals of Honor was sent to one of the supported causes, chosen by you, our friends and fans.

Project Heal helps those fighting eating disorders like anorexia and bulimiaThe recipient: Project Heal – an organization focused on supporting those tackling eating disorders.  XIZOZU™ medals honoring Anorexia and Bulimia recovery were among the most requested last quarter, making Project Heal the perfect group to support this time around! We so appreciate their important and necessary work.

Operating under the belief that every little bit helps, we’re glad to support Project Heal and look forward to making future contributions as we continue to grow in reach and popularity.

Thank you, XIZOZU™ customers, supporters and friends. You make this possible, and worthwhile! Hope you feel a little of the love!

In Time for Christmas

Remembrance jewelry lets you honor your loved ones and keep them near to your heart
Stylish, discrete packaging allows customers to not reveal the meaning of their XIZOZU™
XIZOZU™ Medals of Honor empower women to honor their hourney but say it in secret.

If you still want a XIZOZU for yourself or as a gift in time for Christmas, I have  XIZOZU™ in hand that can be shipped standard or express service through December 21st!

Plus you save! Each medal is only $20.00 shipping!

HERE’S THE COMPLETE LIST

Let me know which XIZOZU™ medals you’d like and we can take care of the details via Etsy or Paypal.

Don’t wait though! Once these are gone I won’t be making more until after Christmas!

 

Take Back Your Nights

Using techniques like the 478 Breathing technique can help you relax and return to sleep

Not long ago a friend had recommended this breathing technique when I admitted to feeling anxious. It worked almost instantly – partly, I think, because if we just take the time for a few deep breaths of any kind, we can quiet much of our inner turbulence.

Lately I’ve had some trouble staying asleep and for the last four nights have found myself inexplicably awake from 2:00am till 4:00am. Considering I normally get up at 5:00am you can see how this sleep pattern was a little off-putting.

Continue reading “Take Back Your Nights”

I am an Eating Disorder Survivor

Understanding how your eating disorder has impacted who you are.

You too? Have you had to overcome an eating disorder?

My disorder: Bulimia. In my early twenties. Today I can hardly look at the very skeletal me in the photos from that time and not gasp a little. I weighed 98 pounds the day I got married. My wedding dress was a size three and had to be taken in 3 times.

Everyone attributed my weight loss to the stress of planning a wedding. I never corrected them… Continue reading “I am an Eating Disorder Survivor”

Keep Digging

Finding the courage when life gets challengin

Everyday someone is struggling to face the challenges in their past or their path. If you keep digging you’re going to unearth your strength.

It’s there. Keep digging.