Fulfilled: Let Go of Shame, Embrace Your Body, and Eat the Food You Love

I’m so excited to share my new book with you! As of today, Fulfilled is available for pre-order on Amazon.com! Fulfilled is a non-fiction book that explores health promotion through a non-diet lens, encouraging you to respect your body, honor your hunger, and embrace the unique size and shape that God created for your. In … More Fulfilled: Let Go of Shame, Embrace Your Body, and Eat the Food You Love

5 Thoughts (on body image, coping mechanisms, snacking, and more…)

1. Body image as a coping mechanism Most diets begin and end with body dissatisfaction. I say this because the motivation to start a diet almost always involves some component of wanting to change our bodies, and most diets end because compliance is pretty much impossible after a while, leading to rebound weight gain and … More 5 Thoughts (on body image, coping mechanisms, snacking, and more…)

Letting Go

A few weeks ago, I woke up on a Monday morning to an email from my editor saying that she was really pleased with the latest manuscript of the book I’m writing, and that she’d sent it out to the production team for copy editing, typesetting, and printing. At first thought, this is great news. … More Letting Go

Fasting Won't Fix Your Relationship With Food

As a Christian in the health/nutrition field, I frequently come across messages that hail scripture as motivation for dieting, disordered eating, and other unhealthy behavior. I’ve written about this topic before, but today I want to focus on fasting in particular. Fasting is a sort of a sticky area because it’s a practice with a … More Fasting Won't Fix Your Relationship With Food