My Day with ANEB

Hey guys!

So as previously mentioned, I was lucky enough to spend a day with the ANEB team. As you can see in the picture below, looking extra snazzy, I was pretty excited.

I got to shadow Melanie Guerette, who is in charge of the education and prevention projects within ANEB, as well as all the social media outlets. I met most of the team, learned a lot about the organization itself and then accompanied her to a workshop in Montreal at a social reintegration center.

She was incredibly sweet and answered all my questions, and was a very good conference holder. The ANEB team clearly works very hard, so don't ever hesitate to contact them if you feel the need, because you won't be disappointed.

She also gave me pamphlets, posters and other goodies for my conferences, on top of all the tips I picked up along the way.

I had a great time, and wanted to share my experience with my delightful fudgies.

Have a great week dolls! <3

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Hey guys! <3

As I was cleaning out my closet last night, I found this oil pastel painting I did a few months ago. It was the first time I had ever used these pastels, so clearly my technique isn't Renoir-like or anything, but I am still fascinated with the message I was trying to deliver.

We as human beings are drawn to excess. The fear of lacking is omnipresent, and haunts us daily.

I wasnt trying to negatively portray someone's unique features. I actually love the human face, especially a woman's, because who are we kidding girls, we look GOOD. :P

I wanted to show how absolutely surreal the stereotypical 21st century beauty ideal has become. Everything can always be bigger, thinner, plumper, blonder.

To the point of excess.

That is all, fudgies :)
Enjoy the rest of your weekend



Its Majesty, King Ice Cream

Hello dolls!

just thought yall should know:)

I'm hoping to start your week off right with a post about one of my favorite things so far in 2013: ice cream. 

Yes indeed, after weeks of intense research and dedicated testing, I have officially crowned ice cream king of the comfort foods. 

Being somewhat of a salty toother, I had previously never fit the stereotypical «broken hearted girl who drowns her sorrow in Haagen Dasz and Pride and Prejudice» mold (okay, I lied about P&P, it's like visual Prozac to me).

However, during one of the first few days of the new year, I casually decided to grab a pint of ice cream while grocery shopping, and BAM! Love at first bite.
Why, You may ask? Here are the reasons behind ice cream's coronation:

1. The Ice Control
One of the great things about ice cream is that it is in fact ice cream. Now, I don't know if this is because of my treacherously long orthodontics history, but after eating them for a while, cold foods seem to lose their taste.
This forces me to put down my spoon and put the pint back into the freezer:  A NATURAL INTAKE CONTROL METHOD? Score.

2. The Cream Factor.
Again, I am forever grateful that ice cream is in fact ice cream. For most of us, there is no worse trigger than a bloated, pertruding stomach. So the creamy, almost liquid-y texture, a lighter option than chips or candy, leaves the belly feeling less and less like a detonating bomb, making your mind feel more and more sane. :)

3. The Glacier Tongue
Last but not least, the reason ice cream is a champ in the guilt control category, is yet again its icyness.
When eating ice cream, the entire mouth region, but especially the tongue, turns bordeline frigorific.
While it may not be an enjoyable feeling for some, it numbs the taste buds on your tongue, making it impossible for the lingering taste of ice cream to drive you insane with guilt, shame, or self-loathing.

Wasn't kidding , was I now? :)
Alright, enjoy responsibly, keep being awesome!
I love you guys to death <3




Hello dolls! <3

I know I promised to write last week but I was waiting for certain details concerning the very exciting title floating above these words!

Yes, I kid you not, I managed to score myself a one day internship with ANEB (Anorexia and Bulimia Quebec)! Now, I am still waiting for a specific date, which is why I didn't spread the news last week.

I will be interning with Josee Champagne, the chief executor. She has graciously offered to let me accompany her while ANEB gives a  conference, workshop, or some other form of event.

I will surely learn a lot, and I will obviously fill you in on my experience.

I want to thank you, because had you not been so fudgin' awesome and supportive, I wouldn't be blessed with this opportunity.

Quick note: Fear not, the ice cream post is coming!

As always, keep fudgin' perfection