Hello friends! I’m sharing a favorite recipe today, one of my go-to’s because it is so delicious, always satisfying, and ready in 30 minutes…always a win for me! This 30 minute veggie curry is such a great weeknight, wait…ANY NIGHT…dinner, and I know you’re going to just love it!
I believe that being healthy means having balance with everything you eat and in every way you move. Balance with eating means there’s most definitely room for sugar and dessert and all that good stuff, so fear no longer! But really, there’s no need to fear sugar, and there’s actually a way to enjoy it in a healthy amount. So, let’s talk about sugar!
I’m so ready for summer weather, it’s not even funny! Snow just keeps falling, and as much as I love the snow…I really do, don’t get me wrong…It feels wrong to have so much snow in March, which in my book is a spring month. Anyways, I’m taking all of us to some place tropical with these tropical yogurt parfaits, hoping to cheer up those of you who are anxious for sunshine and 80 degrees.
What matters most to you? Not to be morbid, but if you were to finish your life today how would you feel about the time that you spent, the minutes you gave up? When it’s all said and done, it’s the little things in life that often bring the most happiness.
I’m sure you know that exercise is important for your health. But when it, like anything, is taken to the extreme it can become unhealthy. Too much exercise is actually bad for your health, and what leads to over-exercising can be an indicator of poor mental health. So let’s camp out here for a little bit and talk about whether or not you’re exercising too much!
Is there such thing as perfect intuitive eating? It’s so easy to fall into this place of trying to be perfect in all that we do…including how we eat. That’s what makes dieting so exciting, right? There’s the opportunity to do something perfectly and succeed and feel better about ourselves. So is intuitive eating any different? Is it possible to be perfect with intuitive eating? I’m addressing this question today, so let’s dive in!
I’m always on the hunt for a good lunch option that’s both nourishing and satisfying, and I just want to say…I FOUND IT! This Salmon Cobb Salad with Smokey Coconut Chips is absolutely delicious and a great way to spend your lunch break eating. You hungry for something satisfying? Let’s dive in!
Hi everyone! So today I’m sharing another “What I eat in a day ” post which I haven’t done in a while. So I thought that it might be fun for you to see what a typical day for me looks like and what my meals look like. But also, I know that when I was trying to learn how to eat intuitively and more balanced instead of being so restricting and controlling with what I ate, one of my greatest resources was learning from other women who were eating freely! So that’s what I hope today’s post is for you! Both fun and encouraging in how you can be more intuitive with your own eating by following suit! Let’s dive in to some good regular day eats!
Rise and shine! Today we’re having cookies for breakfast! And as much as I’m a believer that if you do truly want real cookies for breakfast you should go ahead with it, I personally feel best when I have a more filling breakfast packed with protein and complex carbs leaving me satisfied for the morning! But, who says you can’t have both? These breakfast cookies have all that and more! You ready? Let’s do breakfast cookies!
Have you ever felt a little lost when filling up your plate? Maybe you hear questions like, “Ok mashed potatoes…wait, that’s too much (take a spoonful off), wait, now that’s not enough. Now for some salad…I feel like I should eat some, but I don’t know, it doesn’t look too good. I’ll put some on my plate just ’cause I guess I should.” If you feel lost about portion sizes with food and are looking for some insight into how to fill your plate with healthy portions in an intuitive way, look no further! Today I’m sharing with you how you can feel confident about your portion sizes at each meal!