Clinical Nutrition for Digestive Health + Endurance Performance
I have been a fan of Irish Brown Bread since I moved away to college nearly six years ago, and wanting to make my own bread, but never having the time to knead and proof, fell back on a staple of t…
Almost a year ago, I wrote about a new beginning, my desire to meet new people, and to connect to place.
Last Valentine’s weekend William and I competed in a couple’s 5k race.
If my hair looks slightly more orange than usual, it’s because I’ve been eating winter squash every meal of every day for the past four plus weeks.
William took over my yoga mat the other night and started doing weird yoga-esque stretches I’ve never seen before.
I received free samples of California walnuts mentioned in this post.
Everything is connected here…the soil feeds the plants that feed us.
Oats are one of my favorite foods of all time, and over the years they are probably the most common ingredient in many of my recipes.
I spent last weekend running around central Oregon in a heatwave with a group of 11 other runners, sharing space in our two vans, running the Cascade Lakes Relay.
William and I ventured out to a tree farm last weekend and cut down our first-ever Christmas tree.
I have a big race planned for the morning of the 4th and am now in full on taper mode for the next few days.
For my birthday this year, I decided to go the way of non-tradition and make a big pancake cake complete with chia berry jam, nut butter, coconut cream, and a pile of fresh berries.
As I opened my daily planner this morning, I was reminded that I had originally been slated to be teaching a lesson today about healthy breakfasts and how to tell when one is hungry and full to sev…
About a year ago near the solstice, I wrote the words grounded/focused on a bookmark.