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I spent the last couple months of my pregnancy in a constant mode of anticipation. So much so, that I just couldn’t mentally reflect on what I was experiencing (which is why this post is coming months later). If …
Ingredients 2 cups of cooked quinoa 1 cup of ground oatmeal (you can use Oat Bran, or throw traditional flakes into a food processor and grind into a flour) 1 tsp vanilla 1/2 cup of greek yogurt or kefir (unsweetened) …
I use the word movement strategically here, in place of ‘exercise’ or ‘workout’ because words have power.
Ever since we heard that our little dude was on the way, we started dreaming up the perfect space for him to call his own.
It seems like all refreshing relief from warmer temps is packed full of refined sugar; popsicles, slushies, sweet teas, soda, sport drinks, and of course ICE CREAM. But what if I told you that you can get the same relief, while avoiding the sugar high (and eventual crash)?
“They” said pregnancy just flies by, and I admittedly rolled my eyes at them as I battled my way through constant nausea and food aversions. But, as it turns out… they were right.
With our harsh winters and soggy springs, we tend to LIVE FOR THE SUMMER…
Yes, I was an early adopter of FB, Insta’s biggest fan and a regular scroll-er AND post-er, but slowly, and then all at once it became JUST.TOO.MUCH.
Shake off the Winter and Spring forward into a new season with 5 easy steps.
While Butter Chicken is NOT an authentic Indian dish ((it was actually adapted during the migration of Indian’s to Europe), it is still packed FULL of the fragrant and nutritious Indian spices, and with a few tweaks can be made into a deliciously healthy meal.
But don’t take my word for it, try it out for yourself.