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Nourishment

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  1. you take your food seriously! But yeah, def better than protein shakes!

  2. Food has become a comfort to me, something which it definitely should NOT be. I’m working on changing this …

    • Isn’t the emotional link to food interesting? It’s so primal. People use it to reward and soothe (more common) or restrict it out of a feeling of lack of worth. I used to see food as purely functional, which worked but also denied me some of the pleasure inherent in food. I think I’m starting to find a balance between enjoyment and function. I hope you can find your balance too:)

  3. But do you do delivery?

  4. argh says:

    Thanks for this. I’m sitting here unable to choke down a bite. My husband left for a business trip and and the next day decided he wasn’t returning home to me and the kids (5,5,5, and 8 yrs old) 3 weeks ago. We have been moving every year and a half for the last ten years. Now I’m sitting in a Detroit suburb figuring out how to move 4 kids and 2 cats while he’s enjoying the single life in Los Angeles. Just praying he doesn’t cancel the credit cards. But, now I know I will eat again! 🙂

  5. candidkay says:

    I try to cook for myself on weekends kids are gone–beautiful, healthy meals just because. It makes such a difference, doesn’t it?

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    […] used to see food only as a neccessity. Now, I see it as nourishment on many levels. I had many people help me to eat that first year and now I like to feed others. I […]

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