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
A few weeks ago, I made an appointment with a nearby auto repair company to get new tires for my car. We were going to take a road trip, and I wanted to make sure my car was safe for travel. Incidentally, I also had a crack in my windshield and needed that replaced. (Thanks, … More A Fun Reason to Bake Cookies
A few weeks ago, I announced that I was releasing a devotional, and TODAY is the day! I’m so unbelievably excited to share this project, and my prayer is that it will encourage all of YOU to embrace God’s design for the role of food in your life: FREEDOM! This 20-day devotional explores the freedom … More Faith, Food, Freedom Released TODAY!
When I had an unhealthy relationship with exercise, vacations went something like this: Feel out of my comfort zone. Worry about how much food I was eating. Panic that the foods weren’t my “normal” or “safe” foods. Try to make up for the splurges by over-exercising. Become exhausted. Feel anxious about the fact that other … More Why I Don’t “Take a Break from Exercise” While on Vacation