So often we hear recommendations for healthy living – drink 8 8-oz. glasses of water each day, eat in moderation, exercise for 150 minutes each week, get in 8 hours of sleep…and it goes on and on. Unfortunately it can be hard to determine how to follow these recommendations in the midst of our busy,
Super Bowl is the second largest food event next to Thanksgiving, which can mean big time penalties when it comes to your diet. Yikes! To make sure your pursuit of health isn’t sidelined by meaningless munchies, I have a few suggestions that will help you enjoy the big game without making a big mistake.
Holidays can be stressful times and it all starts with Halloween. Just when you get the kids back in the routine of school - wabam! You have to coordinate parties, decorations and the dreaded costumes. Of course Halloween is a lot of fun and it can bring out the kid in all of us. Yet,
I recently returned from the International Food Blogging Conference (IFBC) with a full tummy and a spinning mind. While my to-do list has mushroomed with ideas of all the exciting ways that I can improve this blog for you, my dear readers, I am most impressed by the fellow bloggers I met at the
Radishes are a forgotten vegetable. Their vibrant red exterior and contrasting white interior make for a beautiful addition to many dishes, yet it seems they don’t receive the respect they deserve. Radishes, which are usually in season in winter and spring but often available year-round, are a great source of vitamin C –
We are a nation that is willing to sacrifice quality for the sake of volume. The recent tragedy in Bangladesh brought to light a bigger problem in our society- our cheapened need for more. In our effort to have more clothing at a lower cost, we have demanded (I’ll admit I have blindly demanded