Like anyone, I’m picky about my clothes. I’ve mentioned before that I’m not a fashionista (anything but, really) but I do like to feel beautiful, comfortable, and confident in the way I dress myself. So, when I find an item that I really like, I’m reluctant to give it up…even if it’s gone out of … More Cultivating a Comfortable Wardrobe
In the intuitive eating community, we often come across the message that wanting to change our bodies is “bad,” or that we aren’t “doing it right” if we aren’t okay with out bodies changing. But the truth is, most of us aren’t quite at the place where we are 100% totally okay with gaining weight….and … More Eating for Satisfaction (to Maintain Your Weight)
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
I used to do intermittent fasting before it was trendy. In fact, it was so long ago that it wasn’t even called intermittent fasting. It was called “skipping breakfast,” and it went something like this: Wake up. Don’t eat breakfast. Eat lunch. (Maybe) eat a snack. Eat dinner. Don’t eat any more. And it worked … More My Experience With Intermittent Fasting (AKA a Post About Breakfast)
Last summer, I was having some problems with my eye, which led to me getting an MRI of my head and brain. (Fortunately, I have no more news to report on that note.) In any case, I was given a disc copy of the imaging and pretty much immediately brought it home to start studying … More How Well Do You REALLY Know Yourself?