Snacking does not have to be the enemy. Read how I reinvent snacking in a good way. This is the ninth article of my series, Healthy Foods Creating Healthy Relationships. Enjoy!
It’s time. Go on a “dirty food” date. You’ve done a great job following your meal plan and developing your new habits. To add more to your healthy relationship with foods and your significant other, here are 5 reasons to go on a “dirty food” date.
How can simplicity accomplish your health goals? Subscription! See in my recent blog about the food subscription service options that can strengthen the healthy relationships for you and your loved ones.
Care to share in your healthy foods? Sharing is caring and can strengthen your relationships. In this second article of Healthy Foods Creating Healthy Relationships, I dive in further and also share some favorite seasoning combos I use.
In my 2nd episode of Caroline’s Fit Tips, I share a key element: storage containers and bags.
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…