I finally cried- Dream on Boston


I have been quiet. I have not written or spoke many words. I am a little numb regarding the anniversary and running of Boston. I feel slightly withdrawn, like there are no words or sentiments meaningful enough to write about how I feel- how so many … [Read more...]

Avocado Cilantro Lime Sauce


    I am a Mexican food junkie. I love tacos, quesadillas, burritos, bowls, and enchiladas. So you know how you put lime, cilantro and avocado on most Mexican food? Why not just make a sauce using all of these ingredients? right? I thought … [Read more...]

5 easy to make post workout meals


Disclaimer- The following post is sponsored by FitFluential LLC on behalf of Daisy Cottage Cheese. All opinions are my own. I eat Daisy Cottage Cheese almost daily. Cottage Cheese is high in protein and amazingly versatile. It's an ideal … [Read more...]

Individual Gluten Free Baked Oatmeal Cups


    Oftentimes, I play around with ingredients and try and create new recipes. I would say about 80% of the time they are complete kitchen failures. I think about how different flavors and textures would taste together, and since I am not a … [Read more...]

How St. Patrick Can Inspire you to be a Better Runner


This post was inspired by a book I read daily, called 365 Saints by Woodeene Koenig-Bricker. Although, the author's message about St. Patrick couldn't be more different than mine, I thought it was important to note, what got me thinking about this. … [Read more...]

What’s in my bag? it’s not pretty– and an Apera Bag Review


Disclaimer: Apera Bags sent me a Sling Tote free of charge to review, they were not guaranteed a positive review, all opinions are my own. Recently, I was reading Kristin Armstrong's book, "Work in Progress, an Unfinished Women's Guide to … [Read more...]

Low Carb Meatloaf


Meatloaf, oh meatloaf how I love thee. You are not beautiful, in fact you're down right ugly, but they way you comfort my belly is like no other. What is it about your old fashion ways? Your alliance with the 1950's housewife and the memories you … [Read more...]

Low Carb Mexican Lasagna


We are big casserole people in this house. They're so easy to prep in the morning and bake at night, it's hard to resist the convenience. Plus, they're often times a one dish meal, with everything loaded in it. I used to make a white lasagna for my … [Read more...]

The story of Red, and a poem–Soul of the Night


On Friday February 21, 2014 I brought my daughter home from school due to illness at around 10:30 am. As I got her settled on the couch, ginger ale in hand with her tv show up and running, out of the corner of my eye I noticed a barn owl in my … [Read more...]

Make Ahead Low Carb Lemony Chicken and Artichoke Casserole


Don't you love meals that you can make ahead of time? Those nights that your family asks,"what's for dinner?" and you've got no answer, so you pull out something out of the freezer that you've prepared a week ago--Voila! When I get to end of the … [Read more...]