I often get asked what my life looks like since becoming a Health Coach, so each month, I dedicate a post to what my schedule actually looks like. December was a lot of conferences, coaching, and finalizing my book edits! Plus, an incredible trip.
Rens Kroes is my kinda girl: she loves food (particularly plants), makes it a point to make happiness a priority, and lives an uber-healthy lifestyle without being obsessive (read: she eats french fries when she feels like it without a twinge of guilt).
I often get asked what my life looks like since becoming a Health Coach, so each month, I dedicate a post to what my schedule actually looks like. This month, was all about book parties, inspiring clients, and serious talk about food politics.
You know when you go to a restaurant, and their veggies taste better than yours? It’s often their excess use of oil, butter, or salt, but sometimes it’s their technique. This recipe, will blow all others out of the water – without excessive use of fat or salt.
If you’re always scrambling to get dinner on the table during the week, or often find yourself resorting to takeout, consider batch cooking to simplify your life, ensure you’re nourishing your body with the most nutritious foods, and save precious hours during the week.
We’ve all had our weak moments, and woken up in a bed of candy wrappers at one time or another, but with Halloween and Thanksgiving behind us and the holidays upon us, it seems as if the whole nation is collectively on a sugar binge.