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About Compared to Who?

Hi! I’m Heather Creekmore. I'm a wife, a mom of four, an author, a speaker, a grammar rebel, a Netflix failed baker (just watch “Nailed it” season 1, episode 1, you’ll see...) and a former comparer!

What do I mean by that? Truth is, (Oh my, this is embarrassing), I used to compare myself to other women. All. The. Time. I compared my size, my clothes, my nails, my marriage, my mothering skills, my children, my social media posts . . .I think you get the idea . . .

Through my blog, Compared to Who?, I encourage Christian women who are TIRED of fighting with issues of comparison and body image. I also have a podcast (also titled "Compared to Who?") to motivate and guide women to overcome their comparison and body image struggles.

(Perhaps I should also add that I do have decent grammar skills- I just didn't want to call the page "Compared to Whom?" because it sounded stuffy. Stuffy isn't me.)

Now don't think I've got it all together. Though I've come a long way in my journey to defeat comparison and poor body image, but I'm still a work in progress. Some days I eat too many M&Ms and feel guilty about it. Some days I fight the mean thoughts that flood in after I see a "hot" woman on a billboard with thighs that don't touch and sculpted abs.

Yet, I'm freer than I've ever been before. And, that's why I write, speak and podcast--to encourage other women who are struggling like I was.

I truly believe that women are held back from their God given purpose by lies of the enemy that keep them trapped hating their bodies and comparing themselves--in every arena--to other people. I offer Biblically-based truths that are new to many women. My angle is a little different than those who just encourage you to chant Psalms 139 ("Fearfully and wonderfully made"). Instead, I encourage women to dig deep and uncover hidden idols of beauty and body image. It's a little unconventional for many, even those who have grown up in church -- but trust me, once you see those idols, it becomes a whole lot easier to fight and conquer the body image and comparison beast.

Would you consider supporting me as I work to help women get free?

I know that God's heart for women is not that they'd be caught up in trying to look like a magazine cover or keep up with the neighbors, but that they would be free to serve him and accomplish his purpose for their lives. Won't you be a part of setting women on a new and exciting path towards amazing purpose?

Thanks for considering.
In His Grace,
Heather Creekmore, founder & author, Compared to Who?

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