Over the last 12 years since becoming a runner, I have run a lot of races. Some have been in different countries, lots of different distances, and in a lot of different stages of my running life. I run because I love it and racing gives me the ultimate runners high. Although my intention and goal is to improve with every race, I like looking back and reflecting on exactly how I got there. Today, I want to share with you the ten things I did to make that happen, so you can hopefully learn from them too!
When you walk through the streets of Vietnam, a vendor is selling sandwiches made on little oval-shaped baguettes on nearly every corner. You can smell the spices and aromas filling the air and hear the oil spattering on the grill long before you see it. One of the main types is the Bahn Mi sandwich, usually made with chicken, pickled veggies and mayo.
I’ve rambled and posted and rambled a lot more on brewing your own kombucha. Mostly because I love the stuff, and we can’t get enough of it, but also because it is so good for you and such a good thing to add into your daily diet. Plus, it is so much cheaper to make it at home! Win, win, win! The other fermented beverage I make here at home is Kefir. READ MORE
Who could have predicted that macadamia + honey + ginger would be a match made in tastebud heaven! READ MORE
Chocolate cupcakes are one of life’s little pleasures. There is something about the perfection in the frosting around the top, the overload of chocolate bursting out of the cupcake and the creamy topping, and the combination of cake and smooth, dreamy frosting that always makes them a win. They make your heart happy, your mind at ease, your day’s struggles go away, and leave your mouth covered in a sloppy, chocolate dripping smile. READ MORE