They always say, your body knows best, that your body will tell you everything. But how often do we listen? Do we pass the signs our body gives us as “Being Tired”, “Being a random [Off] moment”.
We need to listen to our bodies. How does it feel? What is it telling us? Accept how you feel. Is it normal for you? Listen to your body. Is this just a tired day? Or is your body trying to tell you something? Lastly, trust your bodies. If you feel different, its likely caused by something. Not necessarily a bad thing, but something. Listen so you can respond. The sooner we start listening to our bodies the sooner we can take care of its needs. Continue reading “Listen To Your Body”
The Meal Prep world can be scary if you’ve never done it before. I wanted to break it down for you so you are set up for success. In order to be successful in anything you must pan ahead. This is what Meal Prep is all about. Planning ahead, so you can be successful.
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I remember years ago when I spoke to my now good friend Nadine Moxon, telling her that my then “Military” physique was as good as I thought I could get. And I distinctly remember her laughing at me and saying, “No way Mate, You could get WAY leaner!” Haha. Love you Nadine! But I share this story to tell you that we all get into the “Basic Sally” Mentality and get stuck. We get in our own way and forget the basics as to what it takes to succeed. Continue reading “Basic Sally Mentality”
Being the beginning of a new year. What have you done to keep motivated? I find most people are super eager to keep a new years resolution for the month of January but fall short by the end of the month. Continue reading “Keeping Motivated”
I found a similar recipe on line and tweaked it to be more conducive to what my family will eat. Now my family loved it so much I made a second batch almost as soon as I finished the first. And after dinner was served they asked for more. So this truly was a hit at my home. Continue reading “Cauliflower Fried (Rice)”
Eggs contain all the essential protein, minerals and vitamins, except Vitamin C. But egg yolks are one of few foods that naturally contain Vitamin D. There are about 70 calories in an uncooked egg and 77 calories in a cooked egg. Continue reading “Let’s Talk Eggs”
I find that in the winter months vegetables taste so gross. They’re out of season and lack the quality taste we all grow to love in the summer months. And let’s face it. Frozen vegetables get old. I wanted something different and playing around with different ways to prepare vegetables, this recipe is my favourite.
I wanted a recipe where I am excited to eat my vegetables and this is doing it for me. Better yet, I can prepare this once a week and it prepares enough for both my husband and I. Now if the kids dive in, that’s okay, but I’d have to prepare twice as much or two batches in a week. Continue reading “Getting Creative With Vegetables”