Category: goals

Banana Nut Blender Muffins (GF)

In my few short years as a Registered Dietitian, one common theme that I have noticed with tons of my clients is that they skip breakfast. I personally go to bed thinking about what I’m going to eat for breakfast, and then wake up excited to eat it, so needless to say, I’m always mind-blown by

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Why I Still Don’t Count Calories

It has been exactly two months to the day since I decided to stop counting calories and tracking my food in My Fitness Pal. (Click here to read my previous post about Why I Stopped Counting Calories in the first place.) Two whole months of eating what I want, when I want, and having absolutely no idea

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Stress Less for Better Health 

I apologize that I have been MIA the past couple of weeks. Lots of stuff has been going on, and this blog post probably reflects that. It may be a little scatterbrained, but that’s pretty much how I’m feeling lately (not necessarily in a bad way), so prepare yourselves. I hope it resonates with you somehow, regardless

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Make 2016 Your Healthiest Year Yet

How many of you have ever made a New Years resolution? (All of you raise your hands.) How many of you have stuck with those resolutions for the first week? (75% of you raise your hands.) How many of you continued to worked towards that goal for six more months? Well… this is awkward. Sadly, this

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Check Me Out On Further Food!

Hi friends! I have partnered up with Further Food and I am officially a member of their team of Health Experts, which is made up of tons of other Registered Dietitians and nutritionists! (In other words, my fav kind of people! 🙂 ) There are so many awesome things going on at Further Food, which is what made

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How To Have a Healthy Thanksgiving

Get some simple tips to help you stay on track with your diet and exercise goals this Thanksgiving!

How To: Make Early Morning Workouts Happen

You probably think I’m crazy for thinking I can convince you to set your alarm for 5 am to wake up and go to the gym. But just hear me out. I have started working out early in the morning at least 1 time a week, for one reason or the other. If I have

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Should You Be Gluten-Free?

Over the past few years, the gluten-free diet has become a huge phenomenon and gotten tons of attention as a means to lose weight or eat healthier. Sales of gluten-free products have sky-rocketed and more and more food companies are making and promoting their gluten-free products (even those that were already GF to begin with).

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Blame Taylor Swift 

When I was a little girl, I wanted to be a famous singer when I grew up. My mom can attest to this. I drew pictures of myself on stage with a microphone, under the spotlight, being a superstar, alongside my best friend Courtney. Courtney and I would lock ourselves in a room and create

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Social Media & Body Image: Helpful or Harmful?

Today’s society thrives on social media. We have countless outlets on which we can share anything and everything we want through photos, videos, stories, and status posts. There’s Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Snapchat, Pinterest, YouTube, blogs & so much more. It’s that wonderful freedom of speech thing we have going on here in America. But are these sites

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