Services I Offer

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Hey, Hi. Greetings. Buenos Dias. Gutentag. Salutations. Wassup.

You’re here.

Bloody hell, took you long enough – but I’m thrilled you found me.

I won’t waste your time.

If you stumbled onto my page, you’re seeking something – perhaps, a friend. Perhaps, insight. Perhaps, the answer to the question:

“Am I or is my child/friend/lover ‘sick enough’ to have an eating disorder?”

Unless you’re searching ‘unshaven women’ (Google loves to remind me that fetish porn searches are a way people find my blog), my guess is that you’ve landed here in secret, hoping someone will shed advice into the tricky world of eating disorders – and you’re tired of scanning motivational quotes and broad ‘success stories’ that seem a little ‘too successful’ to be real.

Whether you’re looking for nitty gritty signs of an eating disorder or wondering what treatment is like (Orange is the New Black, rehab-style, I tend to say) – the purpose of this space is to lend a credible voice to your search.

I like to think I’m the friend you never knew you wanted – and you’re likely the friend I didn’t know I needed. So, let’s talk.

I am not an expert of eating disorders – but I write research articles with people who are. I am not a healer of eating disorders – but I know how to spot them, and get you headed in a better direction that whatever you’re doing now. I am not cured of eating disorders – but I have them, and I live flexibly okay in spite of that, even happy.

If you wanna start with something easy – if you’re all like “Hmm … I don’t know how I feel about this Lindsey chick. Seems a little “too cool for school” to have had an eating disorder,” feel free to read through this blog.

If my voice fits your style, I’d love to talk with you.

Services I offer run the course of recovery. If you want to start a blog of your own recovery, I can assist with content creation. If you want to speak to someone who “gets it” but doesn’t charge you up the wazoo, I’m your girl.

I offer the following services:

  • Speaking Engagements
    • Workshop: $750
    • Organizations: $500
    • Classrooms: $200
    • College: $250
    • Panels: $150
  • Article or Byline 
    • Pieces under 1,000 words: $125
    • Pieces over 1,000 words: $175
  • Content Editing 
    • Pieces under 700 words: $30
    • Pieces under 1400: $40
    • Pieces under 2000: $50

I value confidentiality and therefore do not participate directly in any managed care plans. While I will collect fees directly from you, I will be happy to provide billing statements and appropriate paperwork for you.

If you’re interested in working with me, please feel free to email me or schedule a time here.

I’m also on social media at:

Instagram: lindseyhallwrites
Facebook Business: I Haven’t Shaved in Six Weeks Blog
Facebook Personal: lindseyhallwrites (Feel free to add me as a friend!)

Sending you love, peace and gentleness. If I never hear from you – hey, be gentle. Eating disorders are hard to change – be easy on yourself.


I Hid My Eating Disorder For 8 Years

: “Yes, I Had An Eating Disorder, & No, I Won’t Show You Before & After Photos” (February, 2018)

LiveKick: “A Chat With Dr. Nina for Eating Disorder Week” (February, 2018)
*My blog is mentioned as resource

Semexcesso: “Exceso de bebidas alcoolicas e pouca alimentacao: entenda os riscos” (January, 2018) “The 10 Best Blogs for Eating Disorders” (January, 2018) “Living With PCOS And An Eating Disorder” (January, 2018)

Center For Discovery: “Top Seven Inspiring Eating Disorder Blogs” (January, 2018) “3 Unexpectedly Hard Things About Getting Sober” (January, 2018)

All Clear Insurance: “These Seven Illustrations Reveal What Christmas Can Be Like With A Mental Illness” (December, 2017)
: “What Two Eating Disorder Survivors Want You to Remember This Thanksgiving” (November, 2017) “3 Unexpectedly Hard Things About Sobriety” (November, 2017)

Women’s Running Magazine
: “Disordered Eating and Exercise: What You Need To Know” (October, 2017)

The Diary Healer: “Toxic Training: How to Recognize the Signs of an Athlete in Trouble” (October, 2017)

Readers Digest: “25 Dating Deal Breakers All Women Have” (October, 2017)

Alcohol Rehab Guide: “5 Ways Alcoholism Affects Your Loved Ones” (September, 2017)

Addiction Center: “7 Signs You May Have An Eating Disorder” (September, 2017)

Shape Magazine: “Orthorexia is the Eating Disorder You’ve Never Heard Of” (August, 2017)

Washington Post: “Most People With Eating Disorders Don’t Seek Help. Could An App Help?” (August, 2017) “5 Things Women With PCOS Want You to Know” (July, 2017) “Best Eating Disorder Blogs 2017” (May, 2017) “What is it About Anorexia that Turns Us Into Voyeurs?” (April, 2017) “5 Things You Need to Know About Eating Disorders and the Heart” (February, 2017) 

Blue Horizon: “The Truth About Your Teeth and Anorexia or Bulimia” (January, 2017)

Blue Horizon: “Is Recovery from Body Dysmorphic Disorder Possible?” (December, 2016)

Blue Horizon: “The Correlation Between Eating Disorders and Stress” (November, 2016) “Desperate to Stay Thin, She Turned to Wine and Drunkorexia” (October, 2016)

Blue Horizon: “6 Signs and Symptoms of Anorexia Nervosa” (October, 2016)

Bustle: “What It’s Really Like To Have PCOS, Because It Affects Different Women In Different Ways” (September, 2016)

The Recovery Village: “Drunkorexia: An Alarming Trend Sweeping College Campuses(September, 2016) “Drunkorexia Deadly New Trend on College Campuses, Experts Warn” (August, 2016)  “There’s a Scary New Eating Disorder that Involves a Ton of Alcohol” (August, 2016)

Women’s Health Magazine: “Drunkorexia is a Growing Problem for Young People” (August, 2016) “The Secret Life Of Dating With An Eating Disorder” (August, 2016) “Shame, Stigma, and Addiction” (July, 2016) “The Harsh Reality of Life with Body Dysmorphic Disorder” (July, 2016) “The One Sentence You Should Never Say To Someone With An Eating Disorder” (March, 2016) “What You Never Knew About Eating Disorders and Suicide” (February 2016) 

Refinery29: “Why Body Dysmorphic Disorder is More Than ‘Feeling Fat'” (February, 2016)

Elite Daily: “5 Signs You Might Be Struggling With Body Dysmorphic Disorder” (February, 2016)

The Student Body Magazine at University of Florida: “How Exercise Can Become An Addiction” (February, 2016)

The Fix: “Four Steps I Took When My Loved One “Halfway” Relapsed” (February, 2016)

Elite Daily: “How Drunkorexia Became A Socially Acceptable Gen-Y Eating Disorder” (March, 2015)

MindBodyGreen: “5 Signs You Struggle With Body Dysmorphic Disorder” (February, 2015)

Thought Catalog: “Happy Holidays From Rehab” (February 2015)

Greatist: “Running Was My Drug of Choice: Here’s How I Found Balance” (March, 2015)

  • Ran on Runner’s World, AJC, Refinery29

HelloGiggles: “How Social Media Helped Me Recover From An Eating Disorder” (February, 2015)

MindBodyGreen: “My Body’s Not Perfect But Here’s Why I’m Wearing A Bikini” (September, 2015)

Project Heal: “Happy Holidays From Rehab” (December 2014)

Care2: “5 Questions About Drunkorexia” (March 2015)

MindBodyGreen: “6 Signs of Disordered Eating” (March 2015)

Thought Catalog: “The Truth About Being A Year Out of Rehab” (December 2014)

Stanford Scope Blog: “Patient Tells How Social Media Helped Her Overcome the “Shame” of Her Eating Disorder” (March 2015)


CBS New York


The Everyday Woman Podcast (Drunkorexia)

Recovery Warriors Podcast (PCOS/Recovery)

The Marilu Henner Show

CBS Seattle 96.5 Jack FM

Raise Your Glass with Tanya Mercado

WHUD-AM (New York, NY)


NEDA Walk – Dallas (April 2019)
Chicago High School (March 2019)
ERC – Denver (October 2018)
Renfrew Center – Dallas (April 2018)
University of Virginia Law School (March 2018)
All Saints Episcopal School (February 2018)
National Charity League – Fort Worth (February 2018)
Saint Mary’s Academy Middle School Speaker (December 2017)
GALS Middle School Speaker (November 2017)
NEDA Denver walk keynote speaker (September 2017)
CSAB (Center for the Study of Anorexia and Bulimia) Conference discussing “social media and recovery from eating disorders” (February 2016)
Curry College Speaker (February 2016)