Riding the waves…

It’s been a week, y’all. I’m just trying to muddle through like everyone else. The heat and humidity that is summer in Virginia is really wearing down on me. It’s not fun to run all these miles in this oppressive heat. I almost cried on my 6 mile run today when my NBC12 Weather appContinue reading “Riding the waves…”

Bake the World a Better Place

I was trying to come up with a clever title about cake for this post. The one I chose stuck with me. Because what I actually wanted to write about was the amazing cake I made last weekend. The interesting part of this wasn’t actually the cake, though. It’s the reason why I made itContinue reading “Bake the World a Better Place”

Finding Fitness Motivation: Pandemic Edition

I recently revisited my post from February about finding motivation. I wrote that post knowing that the novelty of our New Year’s resolutions was likely fading, evident by the smaller crowds at the gym. Well, now that we don’t have the gym, how do we find motivation to exercise? And where do we look forContinue reading “Finding Fitness Motivation: Pandemic Edition”

Gardening in 2020: Sustainability is Chic Again!

Who is experiencing anxiety when going grocery shopping right now? I’m definitely in this camp! Surveying empty shelves is panic inducing. Who has lots of time on their hands at home right now? Yup. I’m in that camp, too. So what CAN you control? You can create your own food source. That’s right. It’s aContinue reading “Gardening in 2020: Sustainability is Chic Again!”

Grocery Store Tours for Vegans: Trader Joe’s

I began writing this post long before the emergence of our current pandemic, and most of the photos for this post were taken on a trip prior to the outbreak. And although my grocery store tours will be sparse for now, it’s worth touring Trader Joe’s at this time. I visited yesterday, and they haveContinue reading “Grocery Store Tours for Vegans: Trader Joe’s”