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    The Bare Necessities of a Foodie

    It’s been a little while since I’ve written a helpful blog post, sorry for the silence over the past month! I’m currently in the process of moving from Austin to Denver, so things have been pretty crazy for me lately! Recently, I’ve had several people come to me asking how I go about grocery shopping and planning my meals for the week, so that’s what I’m going to focus on in this post. It’s really simple to eat healthy and most of the items I buy are not expensive, so get your grocery list ready! First, I have my pantry staples. If I don’t have the following in my pantry…

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    5 Healthy On-the-Go Snacks

    As we ramp up the new year and try to stick to our goals, there’s one thing that can really get in our way- the office snack shelf. It’s so much harder to stick to your healthy eating goals when there’s a wall full of chips, crackers, and bagels staring at you from across the room. You think “one bagel won’t kill me”or “I could use a bag of chips to go with my salad” then before you know it you’re eating bagels for breakfast everyday and your diet is over before you began to see any results. I’ve had this problem and have given in to the snack shelf…

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    8 Bulk Items I Always Have in my Kitchen

    It’s that time of year again. The Holidays are over, you’re trying to get back in your normal routine, get healthy, and start preparing for the summer but there’s one thing holding you back- your bank account. January is often the lowest-spending month of the year, with good reason! After splurging on gifts for friends and family, ordering an extra round at the bar, and paying for flights across the country (or the world) it’s understandable that we want to cut back this month. But how am I supposed to afford the boutique fitness classes? Those adaptogens that every food blogger seems to have an abundance of? The answer is…