The Mary's Cup of Tea Podcast is filled with honest and heartfelt conversations about body-image, confidence, self-worth, body positivity, mindset, mental health, feminism, relationships, and all things self-love.
"It’s like sitting with Mary in a cute little coffee shop and chatting about the deep stuff - relevant stuff, like body image issues."
"I swear I want to save every single episode to listen to again later because they each have so much and such different value to them."
"Mary is an absolute light and has had such a positive impact on my life and on the way I view my body."
Originally published on Metiza Magazine Although I’ve been in self-led recovery from bulimia since I quit fitness competitions last May, I still suffered from extreme body dysmorphia, lack of self confidence, and worst of all, binge eating. Lear more about retreats for women on my website MarysCupOfTea.com. After lots of self-discovery and soul-searching, I was […]
What is self-love? How do I find self-love? Learn where to begin and inspire others to do the same.
Breakdown society’s damaging standards and learn to love the skin you're in.
Be unapologetically YOU. Embrace who you are and live life on your terms.
All the tips and tricks for healing your heart and bringing a little love into your day.
Sharing all my raw thoughts in these posts to help you feel comfortable in your body because everyone deserves to feel good in the skin they’re in.
I’m sharing my story about why I quit bikini competitions to shine light on the dark side of the fitness industry. It breaks my heart that young girls are looking up to fitness models on Instagram without a single clue about how destructive that type of lifestyle can be for one’s physical and mental health. Lear more about retreats for women on my website MarysCupOfTea.com.
“This is my fault.” “Nothing I do will bring my parents back together.” At the brink of my parents’ divorce, the truth of the last statement intensified. Rather than seeing the actuality and realizing that my parents’ issues were not my own, I let those thoughts swallow me whole. From age 3 until I became […]