This is a pretty personal post to write and really made me reflect on my past few climbing seasons and analyze what has changed, what has worked and what hasn’t.
Happy Monday from the PNW! I took a bit of a break from blogging this last week and it was surely needed! While I absolutely love blogging, sharing information and connecting with everyone on this platform, it does get a bit exhausting and every once in a while it’s nice to take a break.
I am super excited to share this recipe!! It’s a little fire-cracker and a one pan dish. Perfect combo? I think yes! The last time I shared a one pan skillet you guys loved it so I definitely see more in the future!
Hello and happy Monday! I hope you had a relaxing (or productive) weekend and got to enjoy some beautiful weather! It has been 60s and sunny here in the PNW and I can’t get enough of it!! Absolutely stunning weather and even better for climbing. I am so ready for climbing season to fully kick in and have been loving every minute that I get to spend outside lately!
I am all about easy recipes these days. One dish, under 30 minutes and Instant Pot recipes have all been saving my tushy in this busy life season. Since food is my love language and one of the most important ways I take care of myself I make sure to have a delicious form of protein, carbohydrates and veggies prepared each week to grab from when I have less time to cook.
It’s Monday once again! That means it’s time for another Monday Musings! Time to show you guys my exciting new finds for the week! I love sharing new things and hope I can get you excited for new and different foods and see that health can be fun!
This post is aimed primarily at athletes and those wishing to improve their body composition. I have worked with many athletes and am one myself. I know how hard the pressure can be to “look a certain way” and to perform our best at all times. Sometimes that pressure can lead us into unhealthy behaviors in order to achieve a certain goal.