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Whenever I’m surfing Pinterest and land on something about “paleo-friendly cookies”, my eyes roll legit ALL the way back in my head. Okay, let me just spend three hours in the kitchen covered in almond flour and when I emerge, I’ll weakly smile and force this bitter pencil eraser of a baked good on my friends and family. We’ll tell ourselves it’s good as we enter its only saving grace, great macros, into MyFitnessPal.
It is everyoneâ€™s dream to have a good looking, sexy body. But the journey towards achieving that can be quite challenging. There are some lifestyle changes you will need to make if you want to stay shapely and sexy, one of them being choosing carefully the foods that you eat. You do not necessarily need to starve yourself or force yourself to eat more than you should to look great. You just need to adopt a diet plan that involves eating a balanced diet that features nutrients in the right proportions. If you usually snack a lot between meals, you may need to tone down a little bit to be able to achieve the results that you are looking for. It will also be a good idea to embrace eating home cooked meals. Do not just rely on restaurant foods. Even if you have a busy schedule, you can still be able to cook healthy meals at home and enjoy eating them with your family. There are some recipes that you can easily prepare with a slow cooker. Continue reading “Simple Dinner Recipes for a Sexy Body” »
This is your first year hosting the holiday dinner. You want it to be the talk of the family for years to come, and not because it was a failure, but because you were such a dynamite host.
ThereÂ are the invitations to send, the menu to put together and the seating to organize. Thereâ€™s knowing which aunt to seat next to which cousin and which china goes best with which runner. In short, thereâ€™s a lot to being a host! Here are some tried and true methods in creating a festive holiday atmosphere without burning the candle at both ends.
Did you guys hear that I’m doing the Spartan? Yep, that’s right –Â come February (along with my team Will Burpee for Beer – great name, eh?) I’ll be in a race where we’ll jump over fire, crawl under barbed wire, throw spears, scale walls and complete more obstacles you can’t even imagine. Am I intimidated? You bet. But I’m also excited, and training up for the big day.
Maybe it’s because I’ve only lived in the South (now, Southwest), but I’ve always preferred my coffee cold. Lately, the buzz in chilled coffee is all about cold brew. Whereas traditional iced coffee is brewed hot like normal and then iced down, cold brew is never exposed to heat.
Major retailers are starting to catch on to cold brew now, but I can honestly say I’ve been on the train for quite some time. I love that its taste is smoother than iced coffee and seems easier on the tummy (probably because of the reduction in acidity), but it actually packs a way more powerful caffeine punch. Continue reading “The hottest news in coffee? Cold brew.” »
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