I could have done it, but it would have meant ignoring my body.
When I give advice to people (I don’t like to, but it happens) the first thing I tell them is to get used to listening to their body. The brain will lie and tell you that you really, really need gyros. . . . → Read More: Juice Fast Day 3 (or…F this madness…)
Testing out juices at my friend’s house!
I tried to start juicing a couple days ago, but didn’t plan well and ended up eating food the same day because I ran out of produce.That was a heck of a “Duh!” moment. I knew I needed more produce but seriously thought it would just . . . → Read More: Juice Fast Day 1 (2nd Try)
Carrots and a crock pot are corned beef sacrilege!
So, I have to tell you something.St. Patrick’s Day is my jam. It is also my preserves, my jelly, and all things I love. My bio dad was actually born in Ireland so it’s the day my family celebrates my ancestors surviving the potato famine and . . . → Read More: #Mamavation Monday: Maintaining During a Holiday
One of the many things that came out of the NWI Food Swap (which you should totally attend next time if you can) is a SCOBY. My friend got one and I didn’t because – and I don’t know how this happened – I didn’t see any of the stuff she had at her . . . → Read More: Kombucha – My New Foodie Love Affair
To be honest I wasn’t shopping to buy, I was shopping to try.
After my jeans I’ve had forever went from not buttoning – even if I was laying on the bed with my stomach sucked in – to having a problem with them falling off my butt, I realized I was not going . . . → Read More: So then there was the time I went shopping for jeans…
Okay, I know this is a huge debate. Mostly because of the whole “form of the word” problem. Diet is both seen as a temporary thing and as a description of the stuff a person eats as a whole. No matter how you want to use the word, there is no way to determine . . . → Read More: My Difference Between Diet and Lifestyle
So I was watching a documentary (it’s a sickness) called Hungry for Change. At first, I assumed it was going to be a vegan or at the very least a vegetariean documentary because so many are these days. I’m a firm believer that meat is the right choice for me, so even though I’ll . . . → Read More: Reviewing the Gabriel Method
Most of my childhood is filled with fond memories of scrambled eggs with cheese for breakfast with the grandmothers.
I absolutely loved eggs. Whether it was a normal breakfast at home or stopping at a diner, wasted and with friends, after a night of partying…eggs were always my go-to food. Breakfast was my favorite . . . → Read More: So then there was the time I couldn’t eat eggs for eight years…
I’m finished being under the spotlight and have taken a couple weeks off to shake that off. Now I’m back and ready to keep on keepin’ on with the journey I started so long ago.
I was thinking the other day of the different reactions I get when I tell people I don’t eat . . . → Read More: The Difference Between a Diet and a Diet (#Mamavation Monday)
You’re thinking that my resolution is weight loss, but you’d be wrong.
I’ve been losing weight for months. Resolutions are for changes…improvements…making things different. Right?
Also, if that’s the case, and most fat women I know (and even normal-weight women) are already trying to lose weight – why is there this “WHOOSH” of rushing . . . → Read More: New Year’s Resolutions of a Fat Woman