It can be difficult to share what you shop, cook, and eat on the internet. But what is most difficult, I believe, is to make food for our families every day without knowing if they’ll even eat it. Being the cook of our homes is not an easy job; and, it’s often unappreciated and our efforts go unnoticed.
A while back, this lunch picture received many comments when I shared it on Facebook. Some were positive while others were quite hurtful. I felt so ashamed about sharing this picture that I deleted the post.
As I’ve grown to accept that not everyone will agree with everything I share online, I’ve become more accepting of their opinions. I’ve realized that we all come from a different place; and often times, our own insecurities is what brings forth judgment.
Today I shared a post on TODAY.com titled: Stop Judging My Food. I hope it resonates with some of you and inspires you to do your best. Parenting is hard enough, doing our best is all we can do! Click here to read the post.
If you find the post at all encouraging, please share it on social media and click on the bubble to give it a “vote up”. Thank you!