Eat.Q. Blogger: Meet Christine!

Hi everyone! I am a 32 year old second grade Catholic school teacher! I love my job! Now the food that hangs around the teacher’s lounge and the chocolate hidden in my desk drawers are a very different story!  I also enjoy reading, knitting and scavenging Pinterest!

For as long as I can remember I have had food issues! I celebrate, comfort and soothe with food!  My biggest struggle is my sugar and processed food addiction, which I am currently working to overcome! I have a bucket list and dream book a mile long (waiting until the thinner me emerges to begin checking things off) and I LOVE shoes (they always fit)!

I don’t think I could ever live without french fries and I can’t stand the fishy taste of baked fish! At the end of this 10 day challenge, I desire to have acquired a few more tools to help me look at food as nourishment and not as emotional support!

2 Comments

  1. michellemcgowan@comcast.net'
    Michelle-
    November 11, 2013 at 6:29 am

    Hi Christine, I’m a Catholic school mom and really appreciate your dedication to our kids! I too, LOVE sugar and feel that I also have an addiction. I really hope this 10 day challenge can help me.

    MIchelle

    • Irishdancer515@hotmail.com'
      Christine-
      November 11, 2013 at 3:09 pm

      Hi Michelle! Thanks you so much for your support!! As you know, being familiar with catholic education, the job can be hard at times! But, the rewards far out weigh the difficulties!! This 10 day challenge is a great place to start with the changes you desire to make! As Dr. Albers so wonderfully talks about, the biggest part of the change starts with being aware an mindful. If you are truly tuned into that, then the rest seems to fall in place! Thank you for following the blog and I look forward to sharing my own challenges and triumphs!!