All my tips and tricks to stay active and healthy during COVID-19 Times I was doing barre classes every day, biking anywhere I needed to go and I intermittent fasting so I thought for sure I was nailing my COVID-19 routine. I was wrong, I went to put on my levis shorts from last summer and man were they tight! I think I may have gotten a little too relaxed with my diet and my drinking habits. Whoops! The last few weeks, I have been tightening things up so hopefully, when they let us all out, I will still fit in the majority of my clothes comfortably. Morning Routine Having…
Choosing a Meal Prep Service
Choosing a meal prep service can we hard, so I ordered them all so I could let you know which one I recommend.
Shopping for One at Costco
It may seem excessive, for some one who has no family and only one mouth to feed to have a Costco membership, but it honestly is very economical. A Costco visit always requires self control to insure you only buy what you need and not what you want. My bill is usually between $50 – $100. Costco Shopping List Pre-Washed Organic Baby Spinach – $3 for a huge box, I usually use half for salads and put the other half for smoothies Bananas – $1.98 for a huge bundle, I let them get a little brown and then freeze them Almond Milk – $8 for a case of 6, way cheaper…
Mastering: Cooking for one
Photo By Todd Quackenbush I have never been much of a baker, but I have always enjoyed making meals. The picture below is the photographic evidence of me struggling with my Yonana. I was trying to experiment with healthy alternative to processed frozen yogurt. My health is very important to me, so I try to find the time for meal prep. Eating for one can be tricky. One of the hardest things for me, was making sure I finished my food before it had a chance to spoil. Over the years, I have developed some good habits that help me to make meal preparation as easy and painless as possible. Do a big major grocery shop…