The reason why I even thought about doing this is because meal prepping is so popular these days, I hear moms talk about it, see it on social media and many people have attested to the fact that it helps them with weight control. However, I have also heard meal prepping be thought of as a thing for "people who have time for it", meaning if you're busy or working all the time then you simply can't have time to meal prep.
Age is nothing-
Jenny walked out of the bedroom with her long, grey walking dress. Her hair was put in a braid with her bangs swept across her face. She picked up the big light bag and her hand touched the knob that would be her exit. However, before she could turn it, a bigger slightly lined hand stopped her departure. She looked up, not surprised. The figure muttered the words "This is really not necessary, we can send the gatekeeper later, we'll pay a little extra and he'll do whatever I need him to, even if it's not part of the job description."
Being someone who's really into nutrition and physical exercise, I have been getting questions regarding cravings throughout my pregnancy. This topic is not only a food related topic but also an emotional one.
It's October 5th, 2018, and today I want to talk about how reducing my coffee intake a few months ago to just one cup a day changed my life. I write this and I still haven't had my morning cup yet. Throughout college, my coffee intake increased, I was always a coffee drinker but in college, it got pretty bad.
I don’t usually talk about this very much on media because I am a lot more focused on writing poetry, some prose, and of course, taking care of my small online business with selling body butter. However, recently I have observed differing trends, like people doing many different diets like whole30, keto, etc. I felt a need to share this because of differing public opinions regarding how to take care of our bodies… inside and out.