Let’s Talk About Stress

Good Stress vs Bad Stress Yes, there is such a thing as good stress, it’s what you feel when you get excited, go on a roller coaster, skydiving, or first date. It’s what keeps us alive and motivated. Bad stress can come in two forms acute or chronic. Acute is short lived and when dealt... Continue Reading →

Clearing The Clutter

A few days ago something really weird happened. I forgot about an appointment I had scheduled AND I forgot to meal prep for one of my clients. Now luckily, I remembered in enough time to complete the meals before heading to bed that night, but the other, totally spaced.  I am not one to put... Continue Reading →

2nd Annual Chopped Challenge

Have you seen the show Chopped on Food Network? 4 Basket ingredients 20 minutes to create a clever and delicious dish. Last Valentine's Day, my husband and I decided to put our creativity and cooking skills to the test by making an entrée and dessert in true Chopped fashion. We bought each other 4 mystery ingredients and... Continue Reading →

Instant Pot Bone Broth

A few months ago I posted about bone broth and I have since upgraded from Crockpot to InstantPot. Nothing against using a Crockpot to make bone broth but going from 12 hours to 2 hours in the InstantPot is a game changer. I use bones from cooked whole chickens, venison, beef, or lamb, pretty much... Continue Reading →

Kicking The Gum Habit

I have been a gum chewer for as long as I can remember. Playing softball growing up it was common to have a big piece of Bubblicious (not sugar-free) every game and practice. As I got older, thankfully not getting any cavities as a result, I switched to sugar-free gum to keep my teeth healthy.... Continue Reading →

Sunday Funday Meal Prep

This week I went heavy on the veggies and utilized a lot of overlapping ingredients to cut down on prep time and to keep my grocery list as short as possible. Following I've outlined my menu and highlighted the ingredients I used in each so you can see how each meal is similar yet different.... Continue Reading →

Community Supported Agriculture

This week I joined my first CSA program, 40 weeks of fresh veggies coming my way. I am so grateful to live in a place that has not one but multiple CSA programs to choose from, within miles of my house. I had considered joining last year but procrastinated and talked myself out of it due... Continue Reading →

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