I hope everyone had a fantastic Thanksgiving, had great food , and great time with your families! Many of you may feel guilty of what you ate, maybe even more guilt for the quantity of what you ate. Now that it’s post Thanksgiving, and you may have lots of leftovers, and possibly a bigger appetite than before Thanksgiving. I want to encourage you to eat healthy portions, even if its not the best food, it’s far better to eat it in a small quantity, than to over-eat. Be satisfied with the quantity, don’t let yourself think its not enough. Be determined. If you continue to over-eat, it can easily be difficult to stop at Christmas then into the new year, not to mention, give you more weight to lose. Remember that you are not a body, but a spirit living in your body. You are valuable, and you deserve to be fed delicious, yet healthy food. Portion your food, and desserts, and be determined not to get more. Let the amount you have be enough. Remember that because of what Jesus did for you, you “have been raised to new life with Christ,” so “set your sights on the realities of heaven.”(Colossians 3:1-2) Don’t set your sights on all the food you could be eating, but instead be satisfied. You control your body, your body does not control you.
To start off my blog, I want this first post to be the main purpose of my blog as a whole. The purpose of this blog is summed up like this: to glorify God in what we wear and what we look like, on the inside then outside. To be the most beautiful you can be, it really depends on the condition of your heart and your relationship with Jesus. Proverbs 31:30, say that beauty doesn’t last, “but a woman who fears The Lord will be greatly praised.” God has given women the desire to look beautiful and dress beautiful, but it is far more important to spend more time working on our hearts and character. The outside beauty will fade but your inward beauty will remain, as well as affect your outward beauty.