I love to use my homemade pasta sauce, but sometimes I like to switch it up a little and go with pesto, especially in the summertime. I have 2 different pesto recipes to share with you and the one used in the picture is the sun-dried tomato. I love to cook up some chicken, veggies, and whole wheat pasta for lunch or supper. The pesto gives it a ton
One of the most important things you can do to help yourself stick to your goals is get into a set routine. When you know ahead of time what you will be doing as far as eating and working out goes, it takes the guesswork out. It also makes it almost impossible to use excuses. I work out 5 days a week. Weekends are usually tournaments or practices, so those
Oh my, this is so good. Do you like asparagus? I love it! Especially roasted in the oven or grilled. ~Um…cough cough…Even though it has that weird thing that it does to your pee that we won’t mention right now because we’re talking about food and that’s gross~ AAAAAAAnyway….asparagus. Asparagus is good! And good for you! My favorite way to cook my chicken breasts is really simple, but very tasty.
This is a great way to kill two birds with one stone and get your cardio and ab work done in one workout. I’m really not a big fan of cardio, mainly because I suck at it. I much prefer strength training. However, I do wish to increase my aerobic endurance, so I still make sure I get some cardio in every week. The core is the foundation for
Pizza is by far my most favorite food on the planet. I love it almost as much as I love my children, no joke. We have a little pizza shop in our town that makes the most AMAZING pizza, but it’s sooooo heavy and loaded with cheese that even one piece is kind of ridiculous, nutritionally speaking, and who am I kidding? I don’t eat just one piece. Ever.
They say that youth is wasted on the young. I tend to agree with that, for the most part. When I was young and carefree, it seemed that I had endless amounts of time to do anything I wanted. Now that I’m in my 40’s with a husband, two busy kids, a house to clean, laundry to do, a daily workout plan to adhere to, a business to run, a
I originally posted this on my old blog, but I feel it’s worth repeating here. I think women, mother’s in particular, are busier now than ever before. It’s so easy to put your health on the back burner. We are living in the days of micromanaging every single second. It seems as if we feel the need to over schedule, overbook, and rush from one task to the next.