It’s almost 2017 (and maybe already 2017 when you’re reading this), so I thought I would share my top health and fitness posts from this year. I’ve combined my top posts all in one post, so you can gain a lot of knowledge all from here.
2016 was a life changing year for me. I left for Europe for a couple months to Au Pair, traveled Western Europe solo, went to Europe again to see London (my new favorite city!), moved to Texas (never thought I would, but I LOVE Austin!), and became a full-time blogger. 2016 was a huge learning experience for me. 2017 is going to be another amazing year and I’m super stoked to see what the future holds.
My posts are divided into these categories to make viewing as easy as possible:
When you’re on a budget, it may seem like eating healthy is out of reach. Luckily, that’s not the case at all!
I’ve found that switching from my regular diet to a whole foods diet, my spending has actually decreased. That always comes to a surprise to people, but eating healthy means eating extremely basic foods, such as beans, lentils, potatoes, vegetables, and fruit.
In order to stay healthy on a budget, you’re going to have to learn a few skills in the kitchen.
Keep reading to find out how you can keep your grocery bill low without sacrificing your health.
Mostly everyone agrees that making more money and having more in savings is beneficial. Making extra money at home can be quite convenient, which is why many of the ways to make extra money I’ve listed can all be done at home. That extra $50 a month can really change someone’s life.
Making extra money each month can do a lot good for someone. Some of these good things include:
pay off student loans
pay off a car or house sooner
feel satisfied in knowing you are doing well with money
I made this page so you all can easily find all of the companies, services, and products I use or recommend using. On this page, you’ll be able to find out how to make extra money, save money, make life easier, and more. I’ve only included what I use myself or what I would highly recommend to others.
Disclosure: There are some affiliate links below, but they are all products I encourage using. I won’t put anything on this page that I haven’t verified or personally used.
Cooking an entire meal at home can seem like a lot of work, but with the right tools, cooking can actually be an exciting, rewarding experience. There’s nothing like seeing people truly enjoying your food. It seems as if a new kitchen gadget is being invented every day, which is quite awesome for al lof us newbies or even professional chefs that want to lighten the load of preparing, prepping, and cooking a meal.
All of the tools I included are going to slash your time of prepping by half, more or less. Clean up will be easier, and your patience won’t get too tested by the food taking so long to cook. (I’m not the most patient person in the world).
About a year ago, I started cooking my own meals almost every night. This was in large part due to transitioning into a vegan lifestyle and truly starting to care about which ingredients were going into my food. YouTube and other FaceBook chefs were regularly in my life, with me watching new videos of recipes every single day, even if I knew I would never be creating the food. There’s just something about watching food get prepared.