A woman who does any of these things is the furthest thing from selfish. Rather, she is sure enough of herself to know that her world comes crumbling down because of her own self-neglect. It is a confident momma — not a selfish momma — who can ask for help, insist on time to herself, expect her family to pitch in, or admit that she doesn’t have it all together.
I felt like I had been waiting until I arrived at certain goals before I could accept myself. So I was really, really hard on myself and placed crazy expectations on myself — that led to constant self-rejection. Here’s how I learned to accept myself in spite of all that.
It saddens me that the bricks of noodles with the flavor packets and this soup are actually known by the same name… Let me introduce you to something you may not have known existed: Real Food Ramen with bone broth, anti-inflammatory spices, and low-carb noodles!
There’s something about pulling homemade cookies out of the oven that just makes me feel like a good mom. And when those cookies are grain-free and loaded with chocolate and sugar-free? Well, no one can tell me I’m not rocking this mom game.
These grain-free, low-carb Belgian waffles are truly versatile and can serve both sweet and savory purposes. They seamlessly make the transition from Sunday morning with maple syrup to weekday dinner with pizza toppings or taco fixins!
With selenium-rich Brazil nuts, magnesium-rich cashews, and the resistant starch of tiger nuts, this Tiger Nut Trail Mix is a perfect on-the-go snack for the whole family! Pack it in lunches, throw a bag in your purse, or use it as a road trip snack!
I’ve had my Instant Pot for a year. Here’s my honest review of the Instant Pot — learning how to pressure cook, problems, and what’s next for me & my IP!
Raw cacao butter combined with my sugar alternative makes a decadent and frothy white hot chocolate that tastes like it came from a high-end coffee shop. Made with raw milk and with the addition of my favorite collagen powder, it’s extra nourishing!
My sugar-free pumpkin spice cake does not contain even 1 questionable ingredient. This is the type of cake you can feel good about eating. Heck, I even serve this for breakfast! There’s no grains, gluten, dairy, nuts, and absolutely NO Splenda!
I have an irrational fear of unfamiliar cuts of meat. Yet there they were: the short ribs, lying in a brick of frost, daring me to grab them and attempt something. When in doubt, I always turn to big, bold flavors. The sauce is kinda like Asian BBQ — thus, “Asian Fusion”. Whatever it is, you can’t go wrong!