My apologies for being a little absent around the blog lately. The Paige Hathaway challenge (#fitin5) is proving to be more tough (and time consuming) than the WLC through Orange Theory. The diet is extremely strict, so food planning, shopping, prepping, cooking and organizing takes up a good amount of my energy. That however, is… Continue reading something better than being skinny…
I’m one week into this FITin5 (weeks) challenge and am already about to lose my mind. I was prepared to part with my lunch dates to Chuy’s and the occasional cupcake from the (cupcake) ATM. But I was not prepared to say “C ‘ya later fruit” or “Sweet Potatoes, you’ve been fun”. The first week… Continue reading rotten produce, cultural stereotyping, and a mental breakdown (a grocery store rant)
There are some weekends that I feel like getting dressed up, buying fake eyelashes, and drinking one or two (or five) vodka soda’s. There are other weekends where I skip the Nashville social scene and become a recluse in my own kitchen. A few weeks back, I picked out a cookbook from the Library and… Continue reading a salad that makes you want to STAY IN on a friday…
I’d like to start this post off with a secret that I’ve been harboring for about 10 years. I think Rachel is the only one that knows, and honestly it’s too funny (and relevant) with this post to not share. When I was in middle and early high school there was a show on MTV… Continue reading HE ATE THE FREAKING CAKE.
When I started S&L, my goal was to track progress and connect with those that were also wanting to lose weight. I wanted, needed a place to vent, ask questions, stay motivated. One of my friends from college has been a supporter of S&L from the very beginning and has been an excellent example of… Continue reading #fitspiration: Allison Feikes
For about a year I've been really struggling. I've struggled on car rides, shopping trips and with going to the gym. I've panicked at dinner parties, movie theaters and I've REALLY panicked at the bar. I've had to abruptly end phone calls, leave pots boiling on the stove, and have even called in sick to… Continue reading how could I not know?
Growing up my mom always served a really nice meal on Sunday. She felt that it was always smart to end/start the week on a good note. I woke up Sunday morning craving a nice meal. I searched the internet and was determined to make a pork tenderloin recipe. I don't experiment much with pork,… Continue reading “wife me up” pork tenderloin