Mindfulness: Appreciating each day for what it is (even if it sucked)

Hello from London! I am currently sitting in Gatwick airport, waiting for time to fly as I occupy myself through a 12 hour layover. Despite leaving Babe after two months of what I can only call pure bliss, I can't honestly say I'm heartbroken to go. I learned a lot about myself, my boyfriend, our… Continue reading Mindfulness: Appreciating each day for what it is (even if it sucked)

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Tips for the fashionably late

There is nothing I love more than a weekend getaway. This weekend I whisked myself away to one of my girlfriends' cabins about two hours away from home out in the middle of nowhere. We made brownies and peach mojitos, roasted marshmallows over a bonfire, and spent the day basking in the sun on the… Continue reading Tips for the fashionably late

Sun-Kissed Suggestions

I really like those books that describe a pale woman's skin with words like "porcelain" or "alabaster" or any other artistic sounding word because I personally am used to hearing things like "Casper" or "pasty" and really who has ever heard of a sexy ghost? Now I am not saying that there's anything wrong with… Continue reading Sun-Kissed Suggestions

Simple & Savoury

As a kid, I was never forced to eat the dreadful Brussel sprouts that were a common joke in sitcoms. At 23 years old, I tried them for the first time and to tell you the truth- I'm obsessed! My babe puts them in a pan on low-medium heat with olive/coconut oil, fries them then… Continue reading Simple & Savoury

Guilt free Greek Snacks

I seriously wish I were one of those people who constantly craved a 200 calorie, leafy green salad on the daily. Does that mean I wish I were a rabbit? I don't know. Anyway... I'm not, and my favorite part of a salad is usually the candied nuts, dried or fresh fruit, or cheese (if… Continue reading Guilt free Greek Snacks

Monday Mouthful

Spinach Cons: shrinks when cooked Pros: shrinks when cooked! Okay... So there are a lot more positives towards spinach, one of the leafy greens along with kale, that is considered a superfood. Spinach is low in: calories carbs fats Spinach is high in: Vitamin A (good for eyes, teeth, skin, tissue) Vitamin C (an antioxidant… Continue reading Monday Mouthful