It's October. Fall is here. And along with that, other than pumpkin spice errythang, the cooler weather also brings on cravings for savory meals. This week's post is here to help with that. 

Enter: All-Week-Long Breakfast Hash. Two reasons behind this name: 1. you’re going to want to eat it all week long because it’s so yummy. And 2. it keeps well in the fridge all week and you can use it for not only breakfast but really any meal of the day; it’s easy to reheat each day for a quick and easy meal on the go. And, as an added bonus, if you don’t like reheated eggs or eggs at all, this is a great breakfast option for you.


This curry bowl is the bomb, y’all. If you’re sick of the same old chicken and rice with veggies, this is a great way to spice it up. Every time I make this recipe, I can’t wait to eat it again. Other than awesome flavor, I love this recipe because I can make a big batch of it and eat it the whole week - easy peasy meal prepping and it tastes amazing!

Nutrition and ‘eating healthy’ can be a HUGE roadblock for a lot of people and is one of those things that people always talk about but never start. Part of the reason is people don’t know where to begin, so they don’t.

If this sounds like you or you’ve been struggling for one reason or another to get your nutrition in check, then this post if for you! Today’s post is inspired by one of the most common questions I get when it comes to food: “What should I be eating?” And I typically answer that question with another question: "Do you eat at least three meals a day?" Many times the answer is no. Before I even help someone assess what they’re putting in their mouth, my first piece of advice on what you should be eating is to start by eating three meals a day and then layer on what those meals consist of.

It's no secret that there are only 24- hours in a day. I used to think there was never enough time in the day to 'get it all done' or do #allthethings. But I've shifted my mindset and believe that 24-hours in a day is plenty, if you're using them wisely.

This week’s post will walk you through a series of exercises for setting your priorities and ultimately creating a plan for spending your time doing things that use your time smarter without necessarily working harder. My goal is to help you see that you can spend your time doing things you love that support your goals and still have free time to have fun.


I love these banana nut muffins y’all. They are really easy to make and taste super delicious. My favorite part is that they are Paleo, so they have no added sugar and they are gluten-free and long as you don’t eat them all in one sitting. But I warn you now, because you’re gonna want to!

Oils are tough because there are SO many of them. If you’ve ever stood in the aisle at the grocery store looking at the oils, you know they are endless. They can (and should) be used for different things, but how do you know which to choose? Some oils are better for cooking at higher temperatures, some are better for their flavor, and some you should just stay away from completely. Today’s post will provide you with a quick reference guide to what oils you should include in your arsenal, what to use them for and which ones to eliminate.

This week is ALL ABOUT FAT. I’m talking about the fat you eat (dietary fat), not necessarily the fat on your body. People don’t like to talk about fat because we use the term to describe how someone looks, however it is an essential part of you diet! Similar to carbs, there are ‘good’ fats and ‘bad’ fats. Your body definitely needs the good ones. So, we’re going to talk about what fat is and how your body uses it, how much you should be eating and the breakdown of ‘good’ fats and ‘bad’ fats.

This week is ALL ABOUT CARBS. Everyone loves carbs but even still, they tend to get a bad rap. Are they good? Are they bad? My goal with this post is to give you a better understanding into what carbs are and how your body uses them, when you should be eating carbs and how many you should be eating, and the difference between good carbs and bad carbs, with some examples of each.


Pork tenderloin is one of my go-to proteins. We eat it at least once a month because it’s FULL of protein and it’s lean, especially when compared to other cuts of pork. It’s relatively inexpensive, too, especially if you find it on sale. This post features TWO super easy ways to prepare pork tenderloin along with some meals to try it with!