This post is part of a series by Kathryn Budig intended to serve as a primer on loving yourself just as you are and living with intention and purpose. Each day this week, we’ll post one article offering the foundational elements you need to eat, breathe, and live better. When you’re ready to take the next step, check out Kathryn’s course: Aim True: A 21-Day Journey to Find Your Purpose, Ignite Your Passion, and Love Yourself.
I’d love to say I have a constant routine when it comes to my diet, but the truth is it’s constantly being challenged.
I travel for a living, and this year has allowed me to spend more time on the road than at home. This lifestyle has taught me how to choose the foods that make me function beautifully (oh, hi, green smoothie), paired with life’s little treats (bonjour, croissant!) without feeling the need to be strict. Life is meant to be enjoyed, after all.
While all this travel might sound exotic and exciting (it can be, when you’re not missing a flight), it’s ultimately draining and ridiculously hard on my digestive system. This means a day at home, or hopefully several strung together, is an absolute luxury for my heart and belly.
This is a "typical" day in the life of me eating blissfully at home.