According to the dictionary, joy is a feeling of great pleasure and happiness. While happiness is a state of well-being and contentment. We’re blessed to have a choice every day. A choice to be negative or positive. A choice to be happy or sad. But, joy? I recently discovered that’s a choice too. To set
Summer is right around the corner. Cue the dieting commercials and “summer body” programs🤦🏻♀️
Unfortunately, dieting is not uncommon for most women. But, when you consider the harmful implications that come along with dieting, the cons outweigh any temporary pros.
In this article you’ll learn the facts about dieting, balanced eating, food group servings, healthy foods, and healthy habits.
Have you ever felt different or like you’re not enough because of the way you look?
Our guest writer, Jess, is a first-generation Méxicana who struggled with ethnic identity. But as she learned who God is, she began to embrace herself, as the woman God made her to be.
Holistic Health Coach and Blogger, Katherine Herbison, shares how she overcame an eating disorder with intuitive eating.
Are you living life for the weekend? Using alcohol or drugs to escape a feeling of emptiness?
For so many young adults, it’s not uncommon to use substances or relationships instead of looking to Jesus, who can provide true joy, peace, and contentment.
Our guest writer, Amanda Earl, shares her testimony on the blog this week, speaking to her life before Christ in the party scene.
When you find your worth in Christ you can positively change your self-image and life
In this article you’ll learn how to listen to your body and make the best food choices for YOU with gentle nutrition.
Guest Post feauring Ngozi Ugwuegbu
If you knew what you know now, what would you tell your younger self? Ng recounts her past and the strides she’s made with God in her life, through this letter to her younger self
Check out this article to learn why coconut flour is a power packed baking alternative
Guest post featuring the Strong Tower Ministries
Learn how listening to God and taking steps of faith, led Cassidy to her life’s calling