My ears are pretty attuned to food-related comments (which is expected, given the nature of my job) and I find myself zeroing in on conversations about nutrition and eating more than other people probably do. While I’m mostly unphased by diet-centric viewpoints, it always makes me a little sad when people say things like, “I’m … More Isn’t sugar bad for you?
Before I became a Christian, I tried really hard to be “perfect.” I think even now, I still have some perfectionistic inclination: I am tempted to believe, at times, that my worth and value comes from how well I do things instead of who I am. One of the ways that my perfectionism used to manifest was … More We were designed to eat intuitively
Folks who know me in person know that I love candy/sweets and that I eat them regularly. I’ve always been a fan of desserts, but I haven’t always enjoyed them in a balanced way. Nowadays, I’m grateful that I have the freedom to enjoy my favorite foods without feeling guilty afterwards. The title of the … More What’s in my candy cabinet
I shared these ideas on instagram a few weeks ago, and I was excited about how well the post was received. So, I wanted to share it on my blog, too. See, there isn’t anything wrong with eating according to Whole 30, per se — in fact, I spend a lot of time talking with clients … More 30 Things to Do This Month Instead of Whole 30
I’m eating the most delicious roasted poblano soup as I write this, feeling extremely grateful for the fact that a) I did not have to make it, and b) that’s totally okay with me. See, I used to have a really complicated relationship with food and exercise involving strict rules about what I did/didn’t, would/wouldn’t … More Food is my love language