My Hospitality Obstacle: the Chair of Shame

My Hospitality Obstacle: the Chair of Shame

There it sits. The shame of my household. The reason my hospitality has declined. My hospitality obstacle. The chair. What once was a cozy rocking place for my baby sits shredded at the seams. The black leather chair we purchased for the arrival of our son, three...
Coveting My Neighbor’s Belly: Pregnancy and Body Image Series

Coveting My Neighbor’s Belly: Pregnancy and Body Image Series

The Pregnancy and Body Image Series continues with this post from Erin on coveting her neighbor’s baby belly! “You’re 20 weeks? You don’t even look pregnant!” “You’re pregnant? I would never have known it!” “Congratulations! You’re what, like 3 months?” Nope,...
Full:: What REALLY Fills Us?

Full:: What REALLY Fills Us?

Normally, it’s a good thing to be full. As someone who has struggled with loving food a little too much for the last 34 years of life, feeling full is one of my favorite feelings. In first grade, I ate two Whoppers from Burger King without blinking an eye. In...
Taking the Power Away from the Scale

Taking the Power Away from the Scale

I love this guest post from my friend Erin Kerry. Erin shared more of her story in this post. But, I love her renewed approach to the holidays. Are you ready to start taking the power away from the scale? It’s that time of year. Time for feasting, gorging, bingeing....