I read this article today (http://www.foodandwine.com/news/amazon-dash-wand) about the new Amazon Dash Wand and thought to myself: that’s genius! To no surprise, of course. From my perspective, as an RDN, now there will be no excuse to have healthy food in your fridge, most especially once Amazon takes the reigns from Whole Foods. Yes, you will need to have some items in your house initially so you can wave your wand and reorder them, but consequently, you will save time from not having to shop and instead, you can make healthier meals! Let Alexa find you some healthy recipes, too. Now you will just need to find someone to actually make you dinner …
P.S. Make sure you have frozen veggies in the freezer so you never have an excuse for running out!
In all seriousness, they are amazing. I am trying to incorporate slow cooking into my week and extol their virtues to all of my clients. Plus, there are innumerable recipes available these days. Continue reading
Yoga has been around for centuries. It’s been gaining steam as of late as a fitness outlet. However, people head to their mat for a variety of other reasons. Thanks to @chrisfreytag, I shared what brings me to mine…
The spiral vegetable cutter, of course! It’s amazing. Given to me by my sister-in-law, brother and niece, it has changed the way I eat zucchini and squash. What I really like about it is that it’s essentially foolproof. You literally just need to spin your squash for thin or thick ribbons. You can use it to make faux pasta dishes, salads or decorations. To be fair, I haven’t used it with other vegetables but the website suggests carrots and potatoes as well. Continue reading
I did it.
I finally started a blog.
Hopefully, I can share things with you that can enhance your life: a nugget of knowledge, a recipe, a fitness suggestion, something to make you smile. After all, we only live once, so why not make this life optimal? Moderation will yield positive results. Don’t rob yourself of anything. Drink lots of water and don’t forget to breathe!
So, take a minute to stop and notice something incredible each and every day.