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I've always loved to read books. The first time (yes, first time) I read The Hunger Games trilogy, I read them in 3 days. I usually read books quickly. But in 2016, I slowed down a bit in my reading game. I suspect that completing a yoga teacher training had something to do with this, but … Continue reading Receive.

Sugar Bender Into Spring

Confession: I have not done well on my cutting back on sugar goal. Last week I wrote about cutting back significantly on my sugar intake. This week was not the best testament to that goal. I started out really strong. I had a chai tea latte Monday morning and vowed that would be my only … Continue reading Sugar Bender Into Spring

Body Image: Resources

Hello, lovelies! What a beautiful weekend it has been. Friday was an incredible day to witness. I was sitting at my desk at work Friday morning when I heard that the Supreme Court ruled gay marriage was legal across all 50 states via Facebook. I was overwhelmed with happiness and joy and tears immediately began … Continue reading Body Image: Resources

Body Image: Call Me Accepted

Sigh. I wasn't sure if I wanted to write a post about this or not. But, I've been talking about body image issues and acceptance for several weeks now, and you would have to live under a rock to not hear about this issue recently. Yep, I'm talking about Caitlyn Jenner. I had originally planned … Continue reading Body Image: Call Me Accepted

Body Image: Men and Stereotypes

Hello, lovelies! I hope every one has stayed safe the past few weeks. It has been flooding like crazy around these parts in Texas. Luckily, no one I know has been seriously affected but it has been pretty nuts to say the least. Today I am going to discuss body image again, but focusing on … Continue reading Body Image: Men and Stereotypes

Eye of the Beholder: Body Image

I love my Kindle. I was against it for a very long time because I honestly love the smell of books. Old books, new books - I could bathe in that smell. It's heavenly. So when my husband bought me a Kindle for Christmas a few years ago, I at first thought I would never … Continue reading Eye of the Beholder: Body Image