What I really needed was to trust HIM. Trust God. Trust that He created me, therefore, I was enough already.
Tag: body image
I used to be in a battle with food, my body and my thoughts. I sought the answer in food plans and calorie counting but it just made it worse in the long run. It took me years to figure it out but here are the 4 keys that freed me.
Six years ago, after my fifth child was born, I was looking at myself in the mirror in the master bath of our rental. I was naked and staring at myself. Something I usually avoided…
Have you ever started a training schedule and after a few weeks you felt more tired? Maybe you began to lose some motivation or you are more sore than is typical for you? If so, you may be overtraining.
My body has served as a temple, a dwelling place, for my spirit doing almost everything that’s ever been asked of it for almost 44 years and I’ve never once thought about how demanding I am of it. Nor of how unappreciative I’ve been of all it does for me.
198lbs that is what the scale said. I was 24, my first baby was only a couple months old and I was as out of shape as I had ever been.
We’ve heard it since we were kids: “Eat your vegetables!” Here are a few of my favorite hacks for sneaking in more veggies…
I FULLY believe that we can be happy with where we are, while also striving to make daily choices that lead to overall health, inside and out.
Strike a power pose. I’m not joking. Go in the bathroom, close the door, and stand in front of the mirror. Take thirty seconds to stand tall, breathe deep, stick your chest out, and pretend you are a superhero – because you are.