Thanks for Helping Me Survive 2020: My YouTube Instructors

For the last few days, I have been feeling the need to show honor to those who have helped me make it through 2020. Who are some of those people? My YouTube workout instructors!  My, they have been absolutely amazing. These instructors have helped me to improve my commitment to physical activity, and have givenContinue reading “Thanks for Helping Me Survive 2020: My YouTube Instructors”

A New Year of Practicing the Same Behaviors

Happy New Year! For the past year, I have been pursuing weight loss. Though I lost 12 lbs., I believe the year was really reflective of my continued maturity in the regular practice of my health behaviors. Indeed, every weight loss attempt, I seem to add new skills. In 2020, I finally worked my wayContinue reading “A New Year of Practicing the Same Behaviors”

Learning to Prioritize My WHOLE Health

It means so much when we can see the impact of our health behaviors. You change your diet, and you notice the scale move. You increase your physical activity, and you notice you are getting stronger, and your clothes are fitting better. It’s rewarding to see that it matters. But, what if you are inContinue reading “Learning to Prioritize My WHOLE Health”

CHOOSING a new relationship with food

Every day I have to choose. Every day. I have to remind myself-not the old way. No longer. You have been raised to life in Christ. It is no longer I who live, but Christ that lives within me. Some days are harder than others. Especially during COVID-19. I remember and I still experience theContinue reading “CHOOSING a new relationship with food”

Six Tools to Help you Manage your Eating during COVID-19

Friends, these are crazy, crazy times. I have been steadily learning how to stay a float during COVID-19. Extra time is rare these days. Between homeschooling, caring for a newborn, and trying to work my full-time job, I do not have a lot of time to be worried or super-focused on my weight and eating.Continue reading “Six Tools to Help you Manage your Eating during COVID-19”