I hate cooking. I hate baking. But I DO try to eat healthy, balanced meals. Especially with a diabetic husband. I won’t make a dish/meal if it requires more than 7 ingredients. I won’t usually make a dish if I have to babysit it for more than 30 minutes... but sometimes I do and groan … Continue reading I hate cooking, so I keep it simple
And so far I haven’t had any tragic treadmill incidents…or would that be accidents? Either way, I’ve kept all my teeth in my mouth, no head crashes, no twisted ankles, no blood. I love reading books and I love multi-tasking. I don’t care what anyone says about how you shouldn’t multi-task – that you need … Continue reading TREADMILLS AND EREADERS – PERFECT TOGETHER. JUST DON’T STUMBLE.
I exercise in the morning. For many reasons, it just suits me better. But I realize everyone’s schedule is different… when or if they go into a JOB, time allotted to bathe after a sweaty exercise, a person’s energy level in the morning versus evening, other activities that can interfere with exercising, making/eating/cleaning up after meals … Continue reading ARE YOU A MORNING, DAY OR EVENING EXERCISER?
I always keep a bag of boneless, skinless chicken breasts in the freezer. The bag averages 8 pieces of chicken, which makes 4 meals for two people. Or at least it does in my house. I never fry the chicken. Too messy and not as healthy. And I never seem to know WHEN the chicken … Continue reading BUY A BAG OF BONELESS, SKINLESS CHICKEN BREASTS & GO CRAZY