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
Or rather, I wrote a book, and am currently in the long process of editing said book. And that, my friends, is probably the craziest thing I’ve ever said. I still don’t believe it. Just about two years ago, the gears in my head started turning. I had just started this blog (which at the … More I’m Writing a Book!
When I tell new people that I’m a non-diet, HAES practitioner, I often get the question of, “So, are you saying that eating Big Macs and super-size french fries every day is healthy?” No. Of course not. But the foods we choose to eat are usually a symptom of a bigger problem. Sure, poor nutrition … More How Do You Get Someone to Eat Differently Without Putting Them on a Diet?
My husband and I were driving through Virginia a few weeks ago, and we stopped for a coffee break along the way. The coffee shop we went to also had a list of their ice cream flavors, one of which was named “Just Ask.” So, we asked…and we found out that it was white chocolate … More Flexible Eating, Flexible Life