{By Samantha Roose} I can endure.  I can endure too well; so well that it is to my own detriment. I feel a sense of accomplishment and victory when I survive and finish… Continue reading

An Introduction to Mindful Eating

{By Rebecca Florio} Eating is such a part of our lives. We eat to live, we eat for pleasure, and we eat for social reasons. But how much do we actually think about… Continue reading

Healthy and Delicious Party Rice

{By Ellery Sadler} It is sometimes hard to find healthy but fabulous dishes that don’t have your ordinary flavors (garlic and onion … at least in our family :)). But my mom made… Continue reading

Balance: The Importance of Keeping Your Priorities Straight

{By Samantha Roose} Recently, I have been trying to learn the characteristic of balance. I’m not a very balanced person.  I try to be. I like to think I am.  I want to… Continue reading

Diary of a Newbie Runner: Confession Time

{By Ellery Sadler} Alright, I’ve finally decided. I’m gonna do it. This is a very big day. (And no, an adorable thief named Flynn Rider did not break into my house to take… Continue reading

Dare You To TRI

{By Samantha Roose} “I will finish.  I will not stop.  I’ve trained to long.  I can to all things through Christ who strengthens me,” I chanted to myself. “The run is only three… Continue reading

Super Healthy Spiced Orange Granola

{By Ellery Sadler} I often find it hard to eat healthy in between meals. I don’t know about you, but I’m pretty ok with having a salad for lunch and something healthy for… Continue reading

Does God Want Me to Work Out?

{By Rebecca Florio} Ever wonder what a Christian’s approach to exercise should be? While bodily training is of some value, godliness is of value in every way, as it holds promise for the… Continue reading

Resolved: To Succeed

{By Taylor Eckel} Who doesn’t make New Year’s Resolutions? Or, if you didn’t actually make a list, I’ll bet you at least thought about it. Regardless of your specific fitness goals, here are… Continue reading

12 Reasons I Defy the Cold

{By Samantha Roose} As the cold weather has slowly (and rather undecidedly) crept upon us bringing with it fevers and sneezes and a need for extra sleep, socks and sweaters, I’ve been asking… Continue reading