Making Vegetable Soup, the Shredded Chicken Edition

Hello there! Something awesome happened yesterday, in the form of someone actually telling me that my brief disappearance from the blogging community was noticed, possibly even missed! Anonymous day-maker, you know who you are 🙂 Something so minuscule like a passing, “Hey, you didn’t post on your blog this week and I missed it,” had […]

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Diets, Foods, Numbers Pt. II.V: Paleo

The Caveman Diet Imagine yourself living before the phenomenon (hmm) of modern-day society. You spend a great deal of time napping in the sun, but far more time running away from bobcats and angry hippos. You get hungry from all of this napping and running and additionally spend a great deal of time (wow, these […]

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Diets, Foods, and Numbers Pt. II: Low Carb

The second installment in my fitness-blogging hiatus takes us to a land rich in leafy greens, abundant in lean proteins, cruciferous vegetables, and clear water with a squeeze of lemon. Not a grain or potato in sight. Welcome to the Land of Low Carb :). If you read my last post, you might start to […]

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Long-term Recovery

I spent the past couple of weeks recovering from a very annoying cold and arguing with the chillier weather and earlier sunsets (yes, arguing. I stood on the porch shaking my fist at the sky, yelling, “Whyyy!?”) Whilst preoccupied with this time consuming pursuit, I started focusing less on the things that make me feel […]

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Plank Stretch and Core Work

Good Morning readers, We’ve had some great weather for the past few days, so I have been moving my routine outside. It’s reaching the end of August so it seems like a good idea to soak up as much sun as possible and enjoy the greenery while it lasts! I want to share a short […]

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Having a Fitness Obsession

Good morning Fitness Gurus,   I wrote yesterday about setting Tiny Goals  and how they help me accomplish bigger goals in the long-term. I find that smaller goals set you up for success as they are less intimidating and easier to accomplish, yet still give you that feeling of success once reached. Smaller goals help you […]

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