This weekend I was on Tia/Aunt duty and my first responsibility was taking my nephew into the city for his art class. After dropping him off I realized I didn’t really have a plan for what I would do for the next four hours, poor
I have been Paleo for 3 years, and in that time have had one struggle.. Desserts. I am the queen of ice cream, cakes and cookies. And as much as I love to bake, Paleo baking hasn’t come easy and to be honest I just
Italian Food holds the key to my soul. I love all the rich sauces, the lightly fried meats and well of course the cheese, all of which are usually not paleo friendly. I’ve tried to remake my favorite recipes without things like breadcrumbs but
There are two complaints I hear most often when I talk about living a paleo lifestyle in New York, first how expensive it is (which we’ll save for another post) and second, there are too many choices and not enough healthy ones. And to both
Last summer after a lot of hard work we kicked off our first family fit brunch and it was a success. I wasn’t able to host as many as I wanted mainly because I might have been too ambitious thinking I could plan one
When I started on my paleo lifestyle journey I was 100% gung-ho. I stuck by all the rules and no matter how I suffered I stuck by it. The more involved, the more I evolved, the more I realized an 80/20 diet served me better.
I know, I know it’s all of 15 degrees in New York but it’s also the perfect time to start planning out your spring and summer veggie gardens. Last year I waited too long and missed the opportunity to have some kick ass cucumbers and
Over the last two years I’ve dabbled in paleo baking but have never been quite satisfied with the end product. The cakes were just okay, so I opted out of baking or used my 20 split on delicious butter rich desserts (hey! owning your addiction
A few months ago, I had the pleasure of sitting down with the lovely Marie Grace Berg to discuss the changes I’ve made on my quest to a healthier, happier Paleo life.
When you live in a place that has extreme seasons you often become a bigger fan of one. For me it’s always been summers, but lately my second favorite Autumn, is catching up. The changing of the leaves, the cooler (but not cold) temperatures, and