Next week, those of us who signed up for this 80 day adventure get to indulge in cookies, donuts, and nachos during Refeed Days. So the cookies have coconut flour, the donuts are made with xanthan gum, and the “chips” for the nachos are apples. My point still stands. These
My confidence started slipping out of my fingers seven years ago. It had left the entire upper part of my body a year later. By the next year, all that was left was a tiny drop in my pinky toe. I was a tattooed, vibrant haired, loud as hell mother
Holy hell, folks. We made it through Phase 1! Phase 2 is going to introduce some new challenges, including a new meal plan. We have less of a calorie deficit, so many of us moved up a bracket. My carb-loving ass has been doing a happy dance since finding out
I’ve always called this dish shepherd’s pie. It wasn’t until a few years ago that I learned the awful truth: the shepherd’s pie I grew up with was a lie. Shepherd’s Pie is made with lamb. I come from a corn-fed family from the Midwest. We didn’t eat lamb. What
I’ve been saving my blue (healthy fat) containers for hummus and veggies at night, but tonight I made a sacrifice and used one for shredded cheese. Sweet mother of dairy, I’ve missed cheese! Tasting it again was like embracing an old friend. I may have missed cheese more than chocolate.
My strawberry Shakeology arrived this week which, obviously, means I have to try to make the most luxurious shake mankind has ever tasted. You don’t have access to chocolate and strawberry shakes and not go crazy. A Banana Split Shake seemed like the obvious place to start. Four ingredients. Amazeballs taste.
Let’s talk about these jeans. They’ve been in storage for close to three years. I packed them up with all my fun, skinny clothes when I got pregnant with my now two year-old. Seventy pounds and two babies later and I thought I’d never squeeze my ass into them. I