One of the ways I make it through the afternoon slump (or morning slump, or any time of day slump…) when napping isn’t an option is by working while I walk on the treadmill. Back when the gyms were open, I’d rarely spend my time there actually “working out” except for during the winter when … More Responding Gracefully to the Unexpected
Popping in for a quickie post this afternoon for two reasons. First, to share this hilarious photo of a woman looking like she’s having a less-than-stellar experience with her COVID-19 milkshake. This picture made me laugh out loud, but it also was so not my experience with the experimental Oreo protein shake I made. In … More Oreo Banana Protein Shake
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?
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
Banana bread is a staple in my house. I bake a loaf at least twice per month, sometimes even more. It’s a favorite breakfast, snack, or even part of random dinner smorgasbords that we so often eat. As a kid, I never liked french toast much because it tasted like a less delicious way to … More Banana Bread French Toast