Our time is too valuable to pick apart the width of our bodies instead of embracing the pieces that make up the width of our days.
“Yes, honey. I do have a squishy belly.”
To my three blessings: You are special. You are loved. You are enough, just as you are.
Recovery is a journey, not a destination. It’s a long road, and sometimes there are detours. Sometimes there are speed bumps. Sometimes there are accidents.
“Mom, I’m glad you’re not wearing that make up anymore. That means you are feeling better about yourself.”
Episode 2 of the Mamalode Podcast featuring Amy Pence-Brown was released this week! Mamalode sat down (via Skype) with Amy in late March as she prepared to speak at TEDx …
Because the person he sees is the person I know I can be.
I have never one time talked about my body negatively in front of my daughters. They will always only hear me mention what makes me feel good, healthy and strong.
Someday, when food is not my best friend and worst enemy, my punishment and reward, my drug, my escape, my prison, I will write about it.
I was scrolling through your activities and the points for activities, and I think you are really missing the mark on points expenditures.