Health means so much more to me than making sure I’m getting the right amount of macronutrients. It’s about exploring myself, discovering my talents, living out my dreams and being proud of my accomplishments.
Setting goals, listening to my innate wisdom and sharing it on the blog helps me to stay accountable and inspired to be true to the real me no matter what.
Making one last trip to New York City was so incredibly worth all the hustling I had to do to make it happen. I experienced new things, got a ton of work done and ate really good, healthy food.
Imagine this – You have the life that you’ve always dreamed of. The dream job, in the dream city, with the dream family and the dream car, with the dream backyard and the dream friends. Everything is exactly how you planned it out to be. But something’s missing.
Besides the gluten-free chocolate Birthday cupcakes we made for Kevin’s Mom while she was visiting, we also took her on a massive tour of the East. We spent most of our time in the car, going this place and that, exploring it all!
Everyone on this planet; every last one of us, has something special to give one another. The bank teller, your best friend, the gas station attendant, your boss, your brother, the person ahead of you in the grocery line, the kid opposite you on the train, your mom, your sister, that person in accounting that…
I’ve always wanted to eat maple taffy from the snow. Always. I tried it as a kid once – grabbed the maple syrup from the door of the fridge, pulled on my snowsuit and drizzled the stuff all over the snow in the backyard. I searched for the taffy in the snow for what seemed…