Wholesome Habits was created by KK as a place where women could feel encouraged and empowered to take care of themselves physically, mentally and spiritually.
“My Husband has had an auto-immune disease for over 15 years. Through that journey together, I became interested in food as a way of healing for him and our entire family. After having three girls in three and half years, I realized that in order to stay mentally sane, I needed a big dose of Jesus and a lot of health. I can dip into old ways, but more and more I am leaning into wholesome habits. When I am intentionally eating well, exercising, nurturing my soul and relying on Jesus, I am more capable to serve my family and others well. I most definitely do not have all the answers and I value that each body is different and every person must find a way that feels right for them. I want to be as honest and transparent as I can and, my hope is for this site to be a place of genuine encouragement. We can all thrive if our mind, body, and spirit are properly aligned.
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Blessing upon blessing to you!
MEET ASHLEY : Ashley is a contributor at Wholesome Habits
I am a lover & seeker of accountability, transparency, JOY, truth, inner peace and an overall habitually wholesome lifestyle! My home is completely unorganized, my brain is even more unorganized but my heart thrives on embracing moments of intense laughter and just being with my family! I believe with all my heart that intentional living = freedom!
In January of 2016 I realized I had become very limited by my weight when I boarded a plane with my family and could not buckle my seatbelt, as if not being able to put socks on wasn’t enoughJ. That moment sent me into fight mode. For the first time in my obese life I felt restricted! I felt like I had lived a lifestyle that had led to me becoming a victim to obesity. In my journey for physical health and wellness I have quickly realized (through trial and error) that overall wellness is vital and truly comes down to wholesome choices. Overcoming various other obstacles married with a lifetimes worth of poor choices it has never escaped me that I am in need of a loving and redeeming Savior. When I press into Him is when I find success and victory. I am a flawed being in my own strength but through Him I am equipped to conquer ANY mountain. For me, in this current season of life, it all comes down to what we meditate on, what we allow our eyes to filter into our minds and what we fuel our bodies with — body, soul and mind are all connective and it is my heart’s desire to promote self-love in every facet of the One we are reconciled to and focus on truth.
“And ALL things are of God, who has reconciled us to himself by Jesus Christ, and has given us to the ministry of reconciliation.”
2 Corinthians 5:18