Diet buzz words show up everywhere, even the church. Today I’m sharing a video where I talk about the intersection between food and faith in the Christian context. In the video, I reference my devotional bible study, Faith, Food, Freedom. Follow along with your own copy on page 18. If you don’t have one, download … More What Does Food Have to Do With Faith?
I’ve spent the last few days thinking and praying about how I can use this blog for good in this crazy, crazy time. I want to offer a refuge from the constant stream of scary news, but also a relevant encouragement because for most of us, our hearts are troubled. At the same time, I … More Quarantine Food
“Don’t think about a pink elephant.” You’re probably thinking about a pink elephant now, right? This is a classic example of how telling ourselves not to think about something is completely ineffective. Especially when it comes to food, trying to put too much emphasis on not doing something — whether that means not eating a … More How to Stop Obsessing Over Food
A few weeks ago I wrote about buying new pants, which is something I did for the first time in years. Part of the reason I buy pants so infrequently is because I generally stay the same size, so I don’t have much of a need for new items once I find something I like. … More Dealing With Days of Negative Body Image
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