Posts tagged nutritionist

Insta-Break

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Read a motivation quote. Like. Screen shot maybe.
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Like that girl’s photo you haven’t spoken to in two years.
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Drool over the insta-famous fashion blogger’s cute dress, bag, and angle shot that you can never seem to replicate.
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Like every single pomeranian photo, because you follow all the popular

Page Flippin’ June

Alright, alright, alright, so my precious Kobo has been accumulating some dust lately. Actually, cat hair would be more accurate. I don’t know when I stopped picking up my little digital reading device but lately I’ve been spending my spare time sending memes out to my girlfriends and laughing uncontrollably by myself. I’m sorry, but no one is

Month One of Self Lovin’ <3

So excited January is coming to an end! And even more excited I’m feeling 100% better than when this month started. I mean I blame Strep throat for feeling crappy in the beginning but regardless, I am thinking 2017 is going to be a very promising year.
January’s #yearofselflove was ensuring I fuel myself with nutrient

Keep it Simple

Ahh simplicity. One of my 2017 intentions, to live simple. Since I’m living the cleansing life, I find myself spending more time at home cooking and cleaning. Probably subconsciously preparing myself for housewife material since I’m 28 and married to my cat.
Kidding.
But seriously, it feels SO good to clean. Declutter. Remove. Throw away. See

Eat From Love <3

One week of 2017 in the books and my #yearofselflove has already been making an impact in my life!
If you’ve read my first post you’ll know that my January #yearofselflove monthly practice consists of eating nourishing foods. And that doesn’t mean everything I eat needs to contain X amount of antioxidants or X amounts

My Love for Bone Broth <3

What is this bone broth talk? I get asked this all. The. Time.
“Kel, what’s the deal with bone broth?” “Why are you drinking that stuff?” “Ew you drink that for fun?”
If you think this whole “witches brew” thing is just a fad, well then, you’re probably right… But that doesn’t mean it isn’t good

Whole 30: Complete! 

Hello!
I cannot believe I ACTUALLY completed a Whole 30. I am pretty fricken proud of myself. 30 days. No grains, sugar, dairy, legumes, alcohol. Anytime I make a goal for myself, I just have to attack it. It took myself a loooong time to convince myself to actually go through with it, and with

Whole 30! 2/3 Complete

And just like that, I am 2/3 of the way finished Whole 30! Honestly it doesn’t even feel like I am on a specific “diet” or have any limitations on my current eating habits. It’s just, life. Someone made a face when I said I couldn’t have any wine at a restaurant and it didn’t