I know I’m not alone when I say that Sunday dread can be real. Despite how fun or relaxing one’s weekend might have been, we can all suffer from the doom that seems to rear its ugly head like clockwork.

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As someone who has long struggled with anxiety as it is, this couldn’t be more true. Throughout high school and college, I battled the Sunday scaries big time even though the worry on the frontend was almost always worse than what the week actually had in store (*sigh*).

This type of anticipatory anxiety causes us to spend our Sundays stressed…


Fighting inflammation is no doubt a hot topic in the world of health at the moment, and diet plays an important role in doing just that. Certain foods and lifestyle changes can help you ward off the many chronic diseases that inflammation contributes to including cancer, Alzheimer’s disease, osteoarthritis, heart disease and more.

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While the notion of sticking to a specific diet of any sort can seem daunting, I’ve boiled down easy, simple ways to embrace an anti-inflammatory lifestyle without having to start from scratch.

Come back to these 5 guidelines to feel like your healthiest, happiest self in no…


I’ve chatted before on my Instagram about my journey to become a holistic health coach, and I often receive questions from followers, friends and clients about my experience with IIN, how I started my own business, and so on. To cover all of these topics efficiently, I’m sharing my answers to these questions in one simple resource!

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For those who might not know, I graduated from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition in August of 2020 and have since expanded my blog and business, Goodness With G, to include one-on-one Holistic Health Coaching programs. …


Pretty sure I’m not alone when I say I miss traveling. Covid really put a damper on a few fun trips I had planned with Sam and my family this year, but if nothing else, it’s been a great lesson in learning to go with the flow, right?

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While I’ve done a few casual getaways here and there, Sam and I took our first real vacation in God knows how long recently, so what better time to finally share my Ultimate Travel Guide? I’ve been promising this post for far too long, so here we go!

Something to keep in mind…

I adore the opportunity…


We’ve all been there. You’re sitting on the couch after dinner and all of the sudden find yourself fixating on that bowl of ice cream, brownie or piece of cake that’s just a few steps away in the kitchen. As someone who needs a little dessert most every night and has so shame admitting it, I understand this desire completely.

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While I can now say that I have a much healthier, more balanced relationship with food, this most certainly has not always been the case. …


Meditation and I go waaay back, and I’d be lying if I said our relationship has always been roses and sunshine. The summer after my senior year in high school, my mom signed up my entire family to be trained in Transcendental Meditation, an evidence-based form of meditation that requires personalized instruction.

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Due to my training, this method is one that I can return to and implement for the rest of my life, and I genuinely appreciate the experience. …


If you’ve followed the blog for a while now or tune into the topics I discuss on my Instagram, you’re well aware that I’m a firm believer in the power of food and nutrition to feed and heal our bodies. I’m fascinated by how what we eat can make us feel our best or our worst — a reality that greatly influenced my desire to pursue holistic health coaching in the first place.

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So when Sidney Murray, a sorority sister of mine from our Wake Forest days (go Deacs!) reached out to me about her own path in the field…


At an early age, my mother instilled in me a deep love and appreciation for cooking, which has undoubtedly impacted my career path to this day! I have vivid memories of being in the kitchen as we whipped up meals and desserts from dog-eared, well-loved and well-splattered cookbooks that filled my parent’s kitchen (and still do).

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When I moved to Austin a couple of years ago, my mom made sure that the tiny kitchen in my studio apartment was well-stocked with copies of those nostalgic family favorites. …


Summer’s officially here, and I couldn’t be more excited about it. I know I’m not alone in saying that this is my favorite season, mostly because it’s filled with nostalgia and childhood memories of blissful, sun-filled days growing up.

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I still make a point to come home to Kansas City for a couple of weeks in the summer to spend time with my parents, and this trip happens to be over the Fourth, which makes the visit extra fun!

But, as for most holidays, the best part of any good celebration is the food, of course. The Fourth is the…


I’m sure I speak for the majority of us when I say our dads deserve much more than one day of gratitude and celebration. Words can’t express how caring, hardworking and generous my own father is, and it hurts my heart that I won’t be with him in person this year to celebrate.

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But luckily I get the chance to spend a couple of weeks at home with my parents in Kansas City following Father’s Day, so you better believe we’ll be making up for it 🙂 .

Though most of our dads would ask for nothing more than a…

Georgia Thompson

Georgia is an Integrative Nutrition Health Coach, health and wellness blogger and Yoga Sculpt instructor. Read more at www.goodnesswithg.com & @goodness_with_g.

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