Backstory: Cooking and Me….
I’m not the biggest fan of cooking. I like the final product and definitely venture out (all while listening to a podcast or something because I can’t just do one thing at one time), but am not necessarily one to enjoy the process.
Anyway, I get home from the gym after work, between 7-7:30 p.m. many nights of the week. At that point I just want something fast, but I still try my best to eat somewhat healthy.
We’d recently purchased a copper skillet for $7 at Burlington and it was a game changer in terms of quick clean-up.
I am a fan of anything quick. Continue reading
So I’m sure you already know this, but food isn’t supposed to make you feel bad. Sure, certain things might cause discomfort in some form or fashion. But it’s not normal to have stomach issues, feel strange, itch, etc.
Growing up, peanuts and potatoes were staples of my diet. A lot of the time I wouldn’t feel great, but always figured it was the meat or something that made me feel bad. Sometimes it was minor, other times it was just awful. Continue reading
I had a FitBit for years, still do, and loved the data it gave me. It also did help motivate me to push myself during workouts, get more workouts and try to do what I could to sleep better.
However… there was just one problem… Continue reading
When I was a junior in college, I had an assignment in one of my journalism classes to find a meeting on campus and cover it.
That was it. Easy enough. Continue reading
I love having this blog. I’ve had it for years. I’m also a marketing professional ( I guess I can say that about myself now) and know what it takes to have a good blog. A good blog needs to be on a consistent topic, has posts consistently timed out and is something you can contribute to often that all centers around the same topic. Something that your readers can expect. Welp, this has not quite been that. Continue reading