Category: food freedom

Thoughts About Getting “Back on Track”

PSA: getting “back on track” for the New Year doesn’t have to mean eliminating all carbs from your life.  I shared this on my stories last week and for the most part I got a lot of “HELL YEAH”s and “PREACH” and  *clapping hands emoji* replies, but I did get one response that somewhat questioned

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Non-Diet New Year’s Resolutions

It’s already that time again. A New Year is right around the corner, which means it’s time for everyone to publicly declare all the ways in which they plan to improve themselves in the next 365 days. Unfortunately, most resolutions these days have to do with weight loss or cutting certain things out of the

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Healthy Gingerbread Muffins

I am a little ashamed to admit that I am a food blogger of almost four years and I just baked gingerbread for the very first time. Sure, I’ve eaten gingerbread cookies at some point in my life, but have I ever baked gingerbread in any form by myself? I truly don’t think so. When

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The More I Embrace Intuitive Eating, The Less I Care About Food

The more I embrace Intuitive Eating, the less I care about food. This title might sound shocking to some of you since I am a Registered Dietitian and have based my blog off of mostly food for almost four years now. Don’t worry – I still love food and will continue to post food/recipes, but

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My Journey to Food Freedom (+ IE Resources)

Hi everyone, I am excited to share this post with you today because it is a topic that I am very passionate about, and one that I get questions about often. I recently partnered up with Athleta on the Plaza in KC to speak about intuitive eating & body acceptance to a group of women

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How To Make A Healthy Meal Plan

In honor of my Sunday ritual, I wanted to take a minute to talk a little more about meal planning. I still get a lot of questions about this process, and “how I stay motivated” to do it every week. I’m definitely not perfect, and we don’t always stick to our plan 100%, but simply

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