Category Archives: Being a Healthy Mom

How I Let Go Of Comparison

My motives for being healthy have changed over the years. I use to strive to just look healthy, honestly. I was so obsessed about achieving success on the scale and getting compliments when I wore shorts and a tanktop, that I gave very little thought to how I felt physically, emotionally or spiritually. I wanted the perfect body. I didn’t Continue Reading

The Super Woman Complex

Since becoming a mommy, I have been reflecting deeply about this tug inside of me to be super woman. I’m not talking about wearing tights and a cape, but rather overwhelming feelings of obligation, expectation, responsibility and pressure to be all and do all for everyone around me. Here are ways my super woman complex shows up. It may appear Continue Reading

The Price We Pay To Chase The Scale

The Power of a BIG WHY As I venture into the ninth month of my first pregnancy, I find myself reflecting on and revising my BIG WHY for my health. I am getting closer to 40 and I realize that a tight bod isn’t forever, but the quality of my emotional and physical health is greatly in my control. And Continue Reading