I was recently inspired by my sister to try out overnight oats. I decided to do some experimenting and combine the oats with my newly-beloved chia seeds.
Wasn’t chocolate meant to be with peanut butter? And throwing bananas into the mix just makes perfection.
Everyone has their own reasons for exercising. Some want to get ripped. Some want to get thin. Some want to increase endurance. Whatever reason you have for getting moving is a good one. Here’s are my reasons …
Given the high nutritional value of chia seeds, I figured I’d give them a try. Especially when I stumbled upon pudding recipes.
That’s why the 80/20 approach works best for me. I eat on point and health-conscious 80% of the time, and I don’t beat myself up if I am less healthy and focused the remaining 20% of the time.
They say it takes 21 days to make or break a habit, but changing your entire lifestyle takes longer than that. It’s a process, and it’s gonna take time. But as long as I restart more times than I fail, I’ll win.
Every day when I walk, it’s something to work towards. It’s a personal challenge that I force myself to face every time I throw on my sneakers and hit the road.
They say the first step in solving any problem is recognizing that there is a problem. I started this step a few weeks ago, but today shit’s about to get really real.
Since the beginning, this blog has been focused on the ins-and-outs of my life. Gluten-free recipes, motherhood, working remotely, general observations on the world. But starting today, I’ll be adding a new focus: Healthy living.