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5 Ingredient 5 Minute Roasted Rainbow Soup

5 Ingredient 5 Minute Roasted Rainbow Soup

Last night, I roasted some vegetables and made some organic white quinoa for dinner. It was actually Taco Tuesday at my house, but I decided to add a roasted vegetable salad inspired by Minimalist Baker to it as well. With my son eating an entire avocado and a bowl of strawberries prior to his meatless meat tacos and his quinoa on the side, we had plenty of leftovers. Seems the hearty salad with all of those crispy vegetables was enough to fill us all, even my too-often-ravenous husband.  This morning instead of oatmeal or almond butter toast, I opted for making...

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7 Reasons Why You Should Workout During Hard Times

7 Reasons Why You Should Workout During Hard Times

Times are tough, but you are tougher.  Although we are facing extraordinary times right now, you can still bolster your health and fitness with at-home strength workouts or a walk, bike or run around the neighborhood. Challenge yourself to rise above any tough circumstances.  Here are 7 reasons to workout right now: 1. Working out doesn't equate to being miserable, in fact, it is the opposite. Give it a go and then tell me all about it.  2. Sweat gives you wings.  3. A tough workout gives confidence once the symbolic mountain has been conquered.  4. A good workout is...

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No Bake Pumpkin Bites in Three Easy Steps

No Bake Pumpkin Bites in Three Easy Steps

Three easy steps for a treat has my name all over it! How about you? Make this delicious sweet, guilt-free treat in less than 10 minutes! It's gluten-free, vegan and can easily be nut-free subbing out the coconut flour and coconut shreds. Great for on-the-go mamas, kids and anyone with a sweet tooth who doesn't want to derail their healthy goals. I quickly made these and shared these with a mama who needed a little lift and left the rest for my husband who, eh um...ate them ALL.  INGREDIENTS for the bites: 8 dates, pitted, soaked in water for 5 minutes to...

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