In my 2nd episode of Caroline’s Fit Tips, I share a key element: storage containers and bags.
Happy St. Patty’s Day! Who wants to celebrate with a Shamrock Muscle Shake? Try it yourself. It’s lower in calories and sugar than your regular Shamrock Shake, no luck necessary.
Life’s too short to not adventure. For five days, I visited Fort Worth and Dallas on a solo vacation. I toured some sights, ate some foods, got my fitspo with Nicole Wilkins and other motivating, fit women, and embraced serendipity.
For the past three years, I have worked in a traditional corporate sales role. I have moved geographically a few times, but the job responsibilities remain the same.
It requires a lot of travel. It takes nontraditional hours many times. It usually consists of lunch meetings and evening gatherings. It makes it very easy for people to succumb to social norms of unhealthy eating and drinking.
I want to share my experience of these challenges and how I am able to stay fit through the process. To start, I am making a video blog series on YouTube titled, “Caroline’s Fit Tips”. The first episode: prepackaged flight foods.
Do you ever randomly crave a food you have not eaten in a long time? I do! This week, it was for spaghetti and meatballs. I have neither made it nor eaten spaghetti since my trip to Europe in 2015 because, let’s face it, pasta in the U.S. does not do justice to authentic, Italian pasta.
I have been spoiled with my family’s home-raised meat products. I’m fortunate to have my roots in agriculture because I understand first hand how cattle are raised for food production. Even this little guy has a bigger purpose in his lifetime. He still gets to enjoy a happy, healthy life on the farm too.
The last time I was home at my parent’s farm in northwest Ohio, they insisted I take home some ground beef. So, I stuffed it in the freezer, trying to decide what to make with it. Well, here you have it, folks. That non-GMO corn-fed, no antibiotic or hormones added, local beef went to good use.