Almost everything worthwhile that I’ve done in my life has required quite a large time investment. Right now, most of us have more time than we know what to do with. Honestly though, an excess of time doesn’t always feel good, especially when it’s kind of forced upon us like it has been with this … More Making the Most of Your Quarantine
When I tell new people that I’m a non-diet, HAES practitioner, I often get the question of, “So, are you saying that eating Big Macs and super-size french fries every day is healthy?” No. Of course not. But the foods we choose to eat are usually a symptom of a bigger problem. Sure, poor nutrition … More How Do You Get Someone to Eat Differently Without Putting Them on a Diet?
I’m a big believer that “healthful eating” is really simple — choose satisfying foods, in the amounts that feel good in your body. However, part of that “feeling good” in your body piece involves eating foods that provide micro nutrients (for energy/alertness) and fiber (for happy tummies), and that help fluff up our plates so … More My Super-Easy, Fool-Proof Method for Making Mind-Blowing-Delicious Vegetables (The Hype Is Real)
I love butter. Not because I’m “keto” or follow a low-carb diet in any regard; I just think it’s a fantastic food, and I love how it tastes. I cook my eggs in it and put it on my toast, and obviously bake with it. My husband teases me about the amount of butter I … More Good for You, Not for Them
For many of us, thoughts about food and eating continue long after dinner. In some ways, we are taught as women to be afraid of food, believing it to be far more powerful over our lives than it truly is. We are taught to fear that certain ingredients or meal choices will cause us to … More Exciting News – Devotional Coming Soon!