This past Sunday evening I joined Verde, a local restaurant chain, in their #fansgiving fall event. It was such a fun night. We talked, laughed, ate. All the good things wrapped into one evening.
When I was younger I was all into sports (I still love them, don’t worry) and thought of exercise as something that was very difficult, burned lots of calories, and increased my sport performance.
It’s here! The most wonderful time of the year! Seriously though, if you don’t like the holiday season I’m not sure we can be friends. It’s not that I won’t like you, but rather, you won’t like me.
When it comes to choosing dessert, I’ve become an expert. Like with all food I eat, I’m a snob. I only want the best and I’ll refuse any lesser options with a “no thanks, I’m full”.
Each year when the holidays roll around I take some time with my journal (and my thoughts) and check my heart and attitude going into the season. For many, this time of year is filled with stress.
If you’re someone who brings their food with them, you understand the dilemma of finding the perfect lunch box. In school there’s not much room in your backpack.
When it comes to eating nutritiously and creating a healthy lifestyle, one recommendation we just can’t seem to get past is “everything in moderation”.
When it comes to health and fitness, you want to create a lifestyle. We know fad diets are not what we’re after, and yet, this healthy lifestyle thing seems so elusive. Somehow just out of reach.
When it comes to eating nutritiously, there are literally thousands of ideas, books, blogs, and podcasts you could listen to.
When it comes to the bathroom scale there seems to be a lot of opinions. Weigh once a week, once a month, everyday, never.