People often ask me how I manage to eat paleo/clean/whole30ish during the week when I don’t have time to cook. Well, let me tell you what my dinner consisted of tonight! Leftover pineapple in the car on the way to take my daughter to Dance. An unwashed grape as I was unloading my grocery cart… Continue reading Weeknight dinner confessions
Once upon a time, I needed some new khaki pants. It was my one and only time ever going to the Kentucky Derby and I was going to help my son's Marching Band work and raise money. I needed a uniform to check bracelets and work security. The uniform consisted of a white button down… Continue reading The khaki pants
People ask me all the time how I make quick, healthy food that everyone likes. For me, it's about keeping it super simple! This is one of my favorite go-to recipes. Enjoy!! Nora's Harvest Skillet 🍳 Cast Iron Pan 1 Tbsp coconut oil 1/2 sliced red onion 1/2 bell pepper (any color) diced 5-6 potatoes,… Continue reading Harvest Skillet!
Do you suffer from fatigue? Tiredness? Bone or back pain? Do you find yourself getting sick often? Have you ever had your Vitamin D level tested? Chances are, your levels are low. Living far from the equator, using a lot of sunscreen, being overweight, or spending a lot of time indoors puts us at risk for this deficiency. (Source: Healthline) What you… Continue reading How’s your Vitamin D?
About a week ago, I told you all that for my next trick, I would be drinking apple cider vinegar to my daily routine. I did some research and decided to drink 1 tablespoon per 8 ounce glass of water at least once a day. I anticipated it to be miserable, but that I could survive… Continue reading Apple Cider Vinegar UPDATE!
I've written about my two major MS attacks (here and here), but I thought I would write what a typical "good day" is like for me living with MS. I would say roughly 90% of my days are good... the bad come few and far between and my bad days are nothing compared to most...… Continue reading A (good) day in the life
Running is something I've always wanted to do. Growing up, I was chubby during my leanest of years and obese the rest of the time. Running the mile in gym class was torture... I remember giving it my all and only making it about half way around the track before having to walk. Anything under… Continue reading I’m a runner