Motherhood, Wellness

Teaching Children About Nutrition

No one really taught me about nutrition. Not really. My mother taught me that Pepsi and pizza were a treat. That Oreos are super amazing. That ice-cream is best served after dinner. If she reads this, she'll freak. She really did try to feed us healthy food. Meat, pasta, rice, vegetables, and fruit. I think… Continue reading Teaching Children About Nutrition

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The Scars My Father Left Me With…

  There are things in this world that we can't control. Can't change. Can't even understand. For me, that something that is constantly haunting my soul is my abusive biological father. And its something I've obviously struggled with for a long time. We walked on eggshells when we were at his house. Nature became our sanctuary.… Continue reading The Scars My Father Left Me With…

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Being More…Never Less

I read a super inspiring post lately from Nia Shanks on her blog. Read it here. It brought to light all the ways that women are "disappearing." Lose Weight. Less Calories. Less junk food. Smaller Clothes. Thigh Gap. Bat Wings. Double Chins. Back Fat. Bra Bulge. Muffin Top. Bingo Arms. Why the hell do we do this??… Continue reading Being More…Never Less