I always try to find time everyday (even if it’s just for a few short minutes) to read. It doesn’t always have to be a book. Sometimes I find articles or essays online that interest me. Lately I’ve been loving The Minimalist podcast.
Unfortunately my kids were not born into a vegan lifestyle. It took a lot of research and trial & error to get them to slowly transition. Many people ask me do your kids eat the same foods you eat? Yes and no.
What if I said you can ‘veganize’ any of your favorite meals? A lot of people don’t realize there is a plant based version for pretty much any dish you want to make! Here is my version of a vegan pulled pork sandwich using Jack Fruit.
As a vegan I’m constantly getting asked “What do you eat besides lettuce?” I actually have a pretty hefty appetite and eat a wide variety of foods. Sometimes I even crave something “meaty”.
We all know breakfast is a crucial part of the day, but it’s often over looked. Lack of time in the morning usually makes it hard for us to get in this important meal. I have some “go-to” breakfasts that I make regularly.
I’m a sucker for comfort food. Especially when it’s easy to make and good for you! This beef-less chili recipe is one that I have played around with a lot over the years (using different spices and whatnot).
The main idea of minimalism (in my opinion) is being happy with the items that serve a purpose in our lives and bring value. Not feeling like you have to have certain materialistic things in order to be content.
For those of you who know me, know I get down in the gym. I’ve always had sensitive skin, and sweating as much as I do doesn’t really help. When I was approached by FRÉ Skincare to test out their products, I was so excited!
So many people have been messaging me asking “What do vegans actually eat?”. Then it dawned on me, not everyone knows how to construct a vegan meal.
The most asked question I get asked by my friends is how did I get my husband to adapt to a plant based life style. Well here is the magical answer to the question.
You’ll need minimal ingredients and only a few minutes of your time to get this recipe completed. It’s also an extremely satiating and hearty meal, perfect for these cold winter days!
Not only does it taste delicious, but it also has some great components that are extremely healthy for you. I was shocked when so many people started to ask me “What is matcha?”
Who says you can’t have your favorite comfort food and “veganize” it? Theres so many different ways to make healthier versions of those foods you love.
I figured it’s a good time to share some tips that really helped me along my journey. Now these aren’t hard rules you have to follow.
You guys wanted quick and simple recipes, well you’ve got it! Like I mentioned before, in our home we need fast and easy dishes because we’re always on the go.
They can easily be done right in your living room – even if you have a screaming baby in the corner, toddler watching T.V., or in my case, an excited dog who is determined to exercise with you.
Tis the season for spreading germs. Too many of us put all of our focus on how to get better once we’ve fallen ill – Not enough of us concentrate on how to prevent it!
Oatmeal is rich in dietary fiber and a variety of minerals, vitamins and antioxidants. Oatmeal is also satiating (feeling of being full) and is known to improve digestion and cardiovascular health.
I had only 3 ingredients that appealed to me. Granola. Frozen Blueberries. Protein Almond Milk. By some miracle, I made these simple ingredients into one of my new favorite breakfast meals!