Then, I saw him in front of a house and I was about to go give him a lil scratch when I realized he was kind of close to the front door and it was open.
Yesterday I was in a rush in the morning so I made a quick green smoothie to take with me to an appointment. Confession # something – I once got food poisoning from the Whole Foods hot bar (it was major and horrible) and still went back to that location. I always try to be mindful of what I’m getting so I don’t break the bank, but still end up with a pricey lunch. So I am okay with going to the salad bar because A) it means there is no waste B) I’m eating healthy ish C) there are jobs that have been created because of the salad bar. Do not worry about stalking the cat my child, it is the weakness of us all and all we want is to love them. We went to WF for birthday dinner (I know, big time excitement) and I got food poisoning too!! I do love the Whole Foods hot bar, but like you said, can’t afford to spend that much on lunch every day so I try to minimize the amount of time I spend there. I would take out leftovers at midnight just because I wanted to enjoy the taste of the foods I wouldn’t normally have one more time before bed. To make the long story short, going about these out of control habits led me to gain nearly 25 pounds after losing 15 pounds on my plain, bland diet.
After a terrible three-week diet of no gluten or dairy and deciding to train for a half marathon, I lost 10 pounds.
How can I promote doughnuts, pizza, cookies, and breakfast of champions as being “the best around” if I don’t eat them?! Being a foodie who has to maintain her aesthetic of a dancer, I have finally found something that keeps me fit. Always rejecting your guilty pleasure is not always the answer because you will lose control during your next allowance at that birthday party. Beans.  Full of fiber and with so many varieties, beans are a great organic buy whether you buy them in bulk or in the can. Bananas.  For just a few cents more per pound, bananas which pack a huge potassium punch, are a great find in the organic section of your produce market.


About ChristineChristine is a 30-something married mother of a teen daughter and a teen stepdaughter.
Please remember that I am not a professional doctor, herbalist, naturapath, cosmetologist, or a licenced medical professional of any kind. I was going to stop and tell him “Hello” but there were some walkers nearby and I didn’t want them to know we are friends. Well, at least I have that 600 pack of corn tortillas to fill me up when I’m out of grocery money?
The views I express are mine alone, based on my own experiences, and should not be taken as medical advice. I actually find, and eat, all the food that I post to help the public discover restaurants near them. I eat small portions quite frequently throughout my day and get very comfortable in the plank position. Local co-ops as well as farmer’s markets often offer many products that are organically produced.
A Montana native, living in Washington state, she enjoys the outdoors, hiking and camping, reading, and cooking.
Any Recipes, Tips, DiYs, posts or info contained herein is for entertainment and information only.
I obviously feel better spilling my guts on the internet over a priest, so one of you has to give me my penance in the comments.
It’s not like I’m embarrassed of Toby, I just don’t know if he likes me like that yet so I didn’t want to make a scene.
I did a tempo run this morning on my favorite flat loop with 1 mile warm up, 5 tempo and a cool down walk.
Between that and the Starbucks that’s right next door, I spend a lot of money on food and coffee haha!
I am a certified running coach, but am sharing my own training - not providing a program for you. I would allow myself plain oatmeal, fat-free half-and-half in coffee, bland cereals, cottage cheese, salads for dinner, and grilled chicken.


I would eat every meal twice and just eat because it seemed like a “now or never” situation. Also, check out your grocery store’s bulk bin for a good deal on any quantity you may need. This was one of the first things I chose to go organic with and it’s one of the easiest to find as well.
Her blog, Saved by Grace, was started in 2011 out of boredom and led to a passion for writing and sharing her tips for green living as well as frugal living, recipes, natural living and DIY's. I'm an Eco-friendly, frugal living 30 something hippie at heart blogger gal trying to survive Chronic illness and my Teen girl's mood swings. Note that any use on your own part of the info herein is a personal risk and I cannot be held liable for it.
For those of you who aren’t familiar with Catholic confession it should be something like 2 Our Fathers, 6 Hail Marys and something else along those lines. It’s like a buffet with super expensive organic food and instead of all-you-can-eat it’s really all-you-can-afford – but that keeps me from going too crazy with it.
Please speak with a medical professional before making any changes to your diet or exercise.
I wouldn’t have a problem getting back on the healthy wagon on Mondays, but it was a struggle after stretching my stomach at all those parties. I do 4-5 workouts per week in addition to dance classes, auditions, and rehearsals that my schedule demands. Since accepting this thinking, I have managed to lose 30 pounds and maintain it for two years without eating salad in a plastic bowl. I enjoy walks on the beach and thrift shopping and I am here to help you live a full life no matter what your challenges are! Affiliates: Please note that affiliate links and sponsored posts may pop up on RER from time to time.




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