I made a chuck roast in my crock pot this week (recipe to come) and had an issue: the leftover broth, which I obviously intended to eat, had tons of fat floating on the top. Since turning into a grain-free … Continue reading
When you have too many vegetables and not enough time to prep them during the week, there is hope! If I can find a way to save time, you can, too. Here is all you need to know about keeping fresh vegetables and fruits in the freezer or fridge for long-term deliciousness! Continue reading
Here’s a quick re-cap before we begin part three: In Part One I was a blob who started (but never finished) the Couch to 5K running program to get my butt off the couch and, in the end, lost about 12 pounds in a matter of 2 months. I then moved to the Cincinnati area, which is where Part Two begins. After 3 months of laziness, beer-drinking, and socializing, I finally moved to California where the sunshine, lack of snow, and healthier feel of the state motivated me to get back on track (even if it did take 6 months to do so)! Unfortunately it’s time for me to move back to the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky area and bid farewell to the lovely, lovely state of California. Continue reading
This is the start of a multi-part series, the length of which has yet to be determined, where I’ll be talking about the ups and downs (and more downs…) that led to my “learning” to run. Believe it or not, it’s more than just “left foot, right foot, repeat”! Let me make it clear that there are two kinds of runners: those who are born runners, and those who become runners. I’m definitely the latter, as I started my running regimen when I was very, very overweight and could barely run one minute without begging for death to take me!
But, I’m getting ahead of myself. Let’s begin! Continue reading