Sarah used to wear smaller jeans and fake a smile. She liked having as many friends as possible. She would never consider herself a leader. Her camera roll was filled with ‘progress pictures’ of her body. She was fighting a losing battle with herself. She was in denial and was exhausted - but she would’ve never admitted it. Around 2 years ago, Sarah decided she didn’t want to be that girl anymore. She was exhausted from trying to be the girl that ‘does it all.’ Rather than trying to be a superwoman for everyone else, she wanted to be her own hero. She has been actively working on her own recovery while encouraging others to do the same. Sarah is a hospitality professional whose passions include all things food and wine. She writes from the heart about local eateries, eating disorder recovery and how to live life to the fullest.