Is it just me, or does it feel like fitness influencers are a little excessive? I don’t mean the way they market themselves, or share on social media. (I follow quite a few of them for new ideas!) No, I mean the message they’re preaching, the workout plans they’re endorsing, and the recommendations they make … More How Much Exercise Do We Really Need?
1. It’s okay to try new things For a long time, I was really insistent that I didn’t like cold brew coffee (I like things acidic, or so I said), and that I absolutely despised weight lifting. But thanks to my sister, my sentiments towards both of those things have changed. I am currently obsessed … More 5 Thoughts
Last year around this time, I made a post on Instagram about 30 things you could do instead of starting a new diet, such as Whole 30. Don’t get me wrong, there’s nothing wrong with eating more vegetables or choosing to avoid foods that make us feel sick. But plans like Whole 30 often end … More Do This Instead of Whole 30
What do YOU think you need to do to live happier and healthier? Some health gurus might suggest a nutrition plan, an exercise schedule, stress-reduction techniques, or a myriad of other unilateral perspectives. New Year’s Resolutions are usually focused on health, but more often than not, they’re skewed toward physical health — things like diet … More Make This Your New Year’s Resolution
Today I’m sharing over at RELEVANT Magazine! My blog was born from the intersection between food, faith, and my love for writing. Considering the latter, I sometimes like to write about things other than food, and I’ve done that today in my article, “Worship Isn’t About What Kind of Music You Like.” You can head … More Worship Isn’t About Music