Tag: self love

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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Lash Lift + Tint at Bare Med Spa

Hello everyone! . As you may or may not already know, I got my first lash lift + tint at Bare Med Spa in Park Place Leawood last week and I’m pretty much obsessed. I got lots of questions when I posted about it in my stories, so I wanted to give you all the details

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What “Power of She” Means to Me

I have been wanting to publish this post for a long time now, but it’s a topic that can be a little difficult to put into words. Or at least in a way that others will be able to understand and relate to. I’ve learned over time that no matter what we do in this

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My Journey to Wedding Ready Skin

I want to start this post off by saying that I am in no way, shape or form a skin or beauty expert, and that the purpose of this post is solely to explain what I have been through and how I got to where I am now with my skin. What worked for me

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Why I Still Don’t Count Calories

It has been exactly two months to the day since I decided to stop counting calories and tracking my food in My Fitness Pal. (Click here to read my previous post about Why I Stopped Counting Calories in the first place.) Two whole months of eating what I want, when I want, and having absolutely no idea

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Stress Less for Better Health 

I apologize that I have been MIA the past couple of weeks. Lots of stuff has been going on, and this blog post probably reflects that. It may be a little scatterbrained, but that’s pretty much how I’m feeling lately (not necessarily in a bad way), so prepare yourselves. I hope it resonates with you somehow, regardless

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Passion vs. Obsession: When Healthy Eating Goes Too Far

I have always been a huge perfectionist; that’s something that will probably never change. In some cases it has actually been beneficial. I did really well in school because it was important to me. I didn’t just do it for the grade (although that helped), but I did it because of what I believed it said

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