Think of a tuna poke bowl as like a deconstructed sushi roll. There is the rice, the marinated fish, creamy avocado, crisp cucumber, sesame seeds, sweet mango and pickled ginger. You could also add in sliced jalapeños, scallions, shiitake mushrooms, or any other number of vegetables and flavors.
For this recipe, I want to share with you a simple way to create this very popular dish. You can also use fresh salmon, or, if you don't like raw fish, you could do this with cooked shrimp.
Hello fellow meal planners!!
To keep life easy, I have put together a meal plan for you that is summer-perfect and healthy. No hot ovens, just fresh salads, grilled goodies and delicious sides.
I know the word "healthy" means something different to everyone, but for this meal plan, healthy simply means using fresh vegetables and good sources of protein, without processed ingredients and added sugars.
These are dinners to take you through the week, with the exception of one night which should be for fun night out.
Recently I was taking a walk through my neighborhood and noticed that almost all the houses had their blinds shut using blackout shades - something that has truly boggled my mind for years.
Why don't people want to let the light in? It's true that everyone needs a little vitamin D in their healthy diet, so why not our homes as well?
Vitamin D can improve our mood, support the health of our immune system and maintain the health of our bones and skin.
A few years ago, I would order out for lunch every day, leading to a terrible looking bank account and a terrible feeling all over my body.
I quickly realized that something had to change, so I overhauled my whole routine and started devoting time each weekend to preparing for the week ahead. I taught myself how to cook again, prep grocery lists and make lunches for the whole week in one day.
Hey travelers, this one is for you!
Over the last few months, I have done a ton of traveling – both for work and play, and it’s not always easy to stay on track when you’re away from the comforts of home and a routine. Whether you stay in the country or go abroad, there are a few tricks that can help you to stay on track.
I’ve had a lot of conversations recently with people who are struggling with the weekly chore of grocery shopping.
Considering you’re walking into a store with thousands of products and so much advertising it could make your head spin, how do you know what the good versus the bad foods are?Continue reading
Here are my recommendations on how to stay on budget at the grocery store: