As soon as the cooler weather hits, I cannot get enough of soups and stews. (Mainly because I am always cold. I am currently sitting here typing in big slippers, drinking a hot tea and basking in the hot pack that I heated up purely just to keep me warm… oh and I am preheating my bed with a heating pad.. for real) Fortunately, over these last few years, I have built quite the collection of tried and true recipes that I continue to make over and over again!
I thought I would share another easy recipe with you guys this week. I am ALL about easy. When something is easy, and it tastes great. That’s a double win! I can’t take credit for this recipe, I screen shotted it from someone that I follow on Instagram so I can’t link it back to the source, but if you happen to see this recipe and it’s yours… THANK YOU!
Today I wanted to share with you a few misconceptions that people have about being active, and exercising. I’m really hoping to bust some of the things that can be used to hold people back or lead people to not be active so that we can all lead a life where we move on the regular!
When it comes to living a balanced lifestyle, nutrition is half the battle. In fact, nutrition is more than half the battle. It’s been said that
Two staples that I could not live without: a crock pot and a few solid cookbooks.
There is nothing that I despise more than finishing a long day of work, picking up Clara and then having to think on the fly about what I am going to make for dinner. This would be the time when I would think of something quick, that generally would not fall under the “healthy” nor “balanced” categories. It was a lot easier to eat something that required less effort and was less healthy when it was just the two of us. Now that we have our daughter, a little extra planning needs to go into it because I like to make sure that most of the meals I serve are wholesome and good for her little growing body!
I have not always been a big fan of cooking.