Broths and soups have been part of almost every culture’s culinary tradition throughout the ages; from Vietnamese Pho to Italian Brodo to American chicken noodle soup, a flavorful, meaty broth is at the base of many of the worlds’ most comforting dishes. But in the last few years, there’s one type of broth in particular that has hit the food scene (and the fitness scene!) with a vengeance: Bone broth! Bone broth, which has been described by some nutritionists as 'liquid gold,’ has quickly changed the game, and for good reason.
Just this year, I transitioned from working my 9-5 office job to working for myself — woo! With this change came a serious realization: I need to update my bedroom. As the majority of my work is done via laptop in my personal space, I knew the investment and time would be worth it to make a space where I could be productive during the day and cozy at night. I have always been a budget-friendly shopper, typically purchasing only the pieces that are necessary. As a result, I was prohibiting my space from feeling cozy — simply due to dollars! Well, within a matter of weeks I realized that in order to be creative, inspired, comfortable, and productive, I have to love my space. I was pleasantly surprised when I realized that I can love my space while still on a budget. Are you skeptical? Find out how I created the bedroom of my dreams!
Single friends, I am sure you hate this as much as I do. We all have asked the question, hoping for an original, heart-enlightening response; They respond with, "Well, when you know, you know."
How many times have you scrolled through your feed and glanced through comments of followers begging influencers or public figures for the answers to these questions: How did you get your body? What’s your workout routine? Do you meal prep? Are you vegan/gluten free? If your answer is more times than you can count, then I’m right there with you! Every day I have conversations with individuals and read over hundreds of comments from people looking for ways to get healthy, feel strong, look great and be happy, and the answer is far more simple than anyone may realize.
One of the questions I get asked the most these days is "How do you travel so much?" Social media, in particular, paints a sometimes distorted picture of the reality of travel. It highlights all of the breathtaking views, bright smiles with foreigners and crystal clear ocean lagoons but rarely succeeds in opening up about the "how" to the "what."
"Hey! Oh my gosh, I haven't seen you in so long! How have you been?"