Family, Fun, Health, Living

Traveling with Bright Line Eating

Last week was my first time to travel with Bright Line Eating. I'll tell you right off that it was far from perfect. But, it was a good learning experience--otherwise known as research. First, I did a lot of planning. We were staying at a resort where we would have a full-size kitchen and could… Continue reading Traveling with Bright Line Eating

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Life, Living

A Heavy Heart

This week I have a heavy heart. Why, you might ask? I know people are grieving. We had a father in church Sunday talk about his son's birthday being just around the corner. You would think that this would be an exciting, happy occasion, but this son passed away before entering this world. He would… Continue reading A Heavy Heart

Family, Friends, Fun, Health, Living

Celebrating 300 Days of Bright Line Eating

Saturday marked 300 days of Bright Line Eating! It sure doesn't seem like it's been that long. It seems more like 30 days. I think that goes to show for the ease of the program. It's not torturous, I'm almost never hungry, and it's easy to follow. The last 100 days have encompassed the summer,… Continue reading Celebrating 300 Days of Bright Line Eating

Friends, Fun, Health, Living

I’m Still a Winner

I mentioned in an earlier post, that the Couch to 5K program that I looked forward to helping coach this summer was canceled due to a lack of participants. Our coach who leads the program offered to go ahead and meet with the rest of us that were going to help with the program during… Continue reading I’m Still a Winner

Family, Health, Living, Parenting

Boy Goes Blind and Deaf Due to His Diet

Under the umbrella that "you are what you eat" comes a report from the UK that a teenage boy has lost his sight and hearing due to his diet. The unidentified patient told doctors he had only eaten fries from the fish and chip shop, Pringles potato chips, white bread, slices of processed ham and… Continue reading Boy Goes Blind and Deaf Due to His Diet

Friends, Fun, Health, Living

Just Me, My Metronome, and My Staples

Can you believe it's September already? I keep hearing people say that fall is just around the corner, and my mind instantly says, "Noooooooo!" But, I really do like fall. I love the cool, crisp weather and the colors of the leaves as they change. What I don't like is the shorter days. Fall also… Continue reading Just Me, My Metronome, and My Staples

Living, Religion, The Church

The Fear of the Lord, or the Lack Of

Here is a video from Richard Owen Roberts about the lack of the fear of God in the pulpit and in the church in general. It all boils down to one thing: pride. This one grabs at my heart. I've been watching it over and over. https://vimeo.com/128887155 In the beginning of Jeremiah God warns Israel… Continue reading The Fear of the Lord, or the Lack Of