Summer means a few very important things: patio beers, long hot days, cottaging, fresh local produce and of course, s’mores!
I’m always in search of great recipes to complete my summer BBQ menu and please my carnivorous guests’ taste buds. I never thought of peas as the solution to my side dish conundrum, until they were delivered right to my doorstep.
Get it… like buttercup? ha… ha.
Today we’re talkin’ female reproductive health, so this one goes out to my laaadies!
I feel like such a lady making a galette, like it’s a real grown up thing to do. Because I am a grown up… I guess? And I’m a fancy lady, obviously. Read more
I’m heading up to the cottage for a weekend of fun in the (hopefully) sun! What better snack to bring up for the fam than a dip that’s practically a salad?!
When I was younger I vowed I would never work in an office job. But when I came back from travelling post-university I was desperate for a job to pay the bills and the perks of a steady paycheque outweighed my wanderlust. And I could always quit, right?
Happy summer solstice! I’ve waited all year and it’s finally here, SUMMER! It’s the most wonderful time of the year.
This is my official summer smoothie. It’s like having that one song that’s your anthem for your summer, in beverage form.
So not to confuse you or anything, but this recipe doesn’t have nutella, bailey’s OR milk in it. Huh?
Instead, it has chocolate hazelnut butter + banana ice cream + coconut irish cream. A bit of a long title, dontcha think?
I know I said my thing is easy recipes. This is a three-parter, but each individual step is easy peasy AND the result is bananas, literally!
Sometimes I feel like a phony. Going around touting the awesomeness that is yoga and healthy eating, when I certainly haven’t always been this way. I recently posted about How I Lost 40 Pounds Without Dieting. What I didn’t really talk much about was my old lifestyle. I’m sure anyone who knew me in high school, university or my stint teaching English in South Korea would think I was full of shit. Well I did use to be, literally (i.e. poop).
Ok, a few things I need to get off my chest, that may have you questioning me as a nutritionist…