With the rise in urgency of the COVID-19 here in the US, it is highly recommended to practice social distancing — aka maintaining at least six feet from others. Yesterday, the CDC recommended against social gatherings of 50+ people throughout the next 8 weeks. It's a bummer, for sure. Social distancing might not be your… Continue reading Social Distancing | 70 Ideas to Thrive
This week’s episode is all about journaling. You may be wondering why on earth I’d dedicate an entire episode to this—I mean, it’s pretty self-explanatory, right?! But what I tend to find is that sometimes people don’t know where to start or what to write about. So in this episode, we break down why it can be… Continue reading How to Get Started with Journaling (Even When You’re Intimidated)
On this week’s episode, we explore the topic of numbers in diet culture in the world around us. This episode discusses the types of numbers that are often used to measure our worth (whether you realize it or not), why this is problematic, and then we will finish with some helpful tips Today, our world… Continue reading Your Worth Is Not Defined By Numbers (Not Your Weight, Pants Size, or “Likes”)
With it still being winter here in South Dakota, I have been craving warmer, hearty breakfasts each morning. Coincidentally, March is also National Nutrition Month® so I figured this would be the perfect time to share my current go-to breakfast. My loaded chocolate oatmeal recipe is just what the weather ordered! This oatmeal is topped… Continue reading Chocolate Oatmeal Recipe
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Welcome back after the holiday break! I wanted to kick off the year with a very simple Mexican Stuffed Sweet Potato recipe. Over the holidays, I took a week off from my day job, as well as my private practice. With all of that extra time on my hands, I imagined I would be in… Continue reading Mexican Stuffed Sweet Potatoes
As Christmas quickly approaches, the holiday foods are already on my mind. With my grandma’s recent passing, I’ve been trying to incorporate some of her recipes into my routine. Her holiday recipes are no exception. A couple of years back, grandma gifted me handwritten recipes of hers. Instead of sharing more traditional cookie recipes, I… Continue reading Hopscotch Cookies | Grandma’s Recipe
One of the reasons I first fell in love with blogs was because I felt small connections with strangers from other corners of the world. Maybe that sounds bizarre. (I guess it sort of is when you think about it.) Maybe I’m just nosey. But there’s something I really enjoy about hearing about someone else’s… Continue reading Coffee Date | November
‘Tis the season for cold and flu viruses to spread like wildfire. This leaves many people turning to Doctor Google out of desperation to try and boost their immune systems. While it’s understandable that we all want quick preventative fixes, there’s no proven way to “boost” your immune system. However, as far as nutrition is… Continue reading Immune System Support + Smoothie