Recipe: Red Cabbage Apple Chicken

Good Morning! I’m going to keep it simple-simon — here is a fun, unique recipe that I gave a whirl last week and thought it was super tasty…..and it’s healthy with plenty of leftovers for your meal planning.  Enjoy: Red Cabbage Apple Chicken: 4 links of sweet/apple chicken sausage (recommend Applegate) 1 tablespoon coconut oil […]

My Travel Menu

We all know that I preach meal planning and cooking for the bulk of your weekly meals…..so I thought I’d share some recipes that I whipped up and brought with me on my 4 day, 3 night business trip: Spinach-Feta Stuffed Chicken Breasts 6 chicken breasts – pound to 1/4 inch, cut in half In […]

Plateaus Part 2: Food

Greetings!  I’m back for “part 2” of my plateaus blog, as food warrants its very own dedicated time. Hitting a “food plateau” to me means that I’m frustrated with making poor eating decisions over and over again (during a certain duration, not just one day), as well as getting bored with “eating healthy.”  So let’s […]

NEWS FLASH: I Have Social Media

Hello to all of my blog “followers”! I just set up a Facebook page and revised my Twitter account.  I’m looking to have more conversation with fitness and foodie folks such as yourselves.  Please “like” or “follow” me on Facebook and Twitter for more even more fitness fun.  I’m happy to follow and like you […]

Essentials to a Healthy Kitchen

Happy Weekend! Many of the people I interact within the fitness community are talking about their diets more so than exercise right now.  Likely, this is due to the overindulging occurring over the holidays and the desire to feel “on track” again.  This had me thinking about my own eating behavior and what habits I’ve […]

Perspectives on Food Indulgence

Good Sunday Morning/Afternoon! It’s only timely to talk about food indulgence with the holidays surrounding us from all sides…Thanksgiving, Christmas or Hanukkah parties, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Years Eve…….what is one to do?   Here are some of the things we like to say this time of year: “The holiday treats at the office […]

This Is Why I Meal Prep

When I ran into the house yesterday, trying to change clothes, eat dinner and catch the train into NYC for class, I was never more excited to have this cheesy baked chicken breast and stew-potatoes with carrots/spinach (pictured above).  That is because I had about 20 minutes to change out from professional mindset to student […]

Frustration is a constant…but it’s all good!

I may have posted this blog just so I could share the above picture…it’s just too funny and cute. Although I’m frustrated with my lack of consistency this year, I will keep on trudging on.  This is just how life is, so I’ll deal with it.  There will always be room for fitness and eating […]