Pretty much everybody knows that you can grow herbs in your kitchen, but I was in my 30s before I learned that lots of vegetables-and I mean lots! -are just as simple and low-maintenance to grow. Plus, you can grow them both in containers and indoors. I had no idea. You might like Gardening 101: Everything You Need to Know to Actually See Your Garden Grow Now I'm growing produce I was buying every single week.
In nearly every gym it seems there are people who are fatigued, exasperated, and exhausted. But they may be overlooking an everyday food item that could help them pursue their fitness goals, not to mention enjoy the process: caffeine. Beyond The Morning Boost - Analysis Could caffeine have benefits above and beyond overcoming Mr.
First, a confession. I count calories. Haven't missed an entry since May 7th, 2011. No, I don't have an eating disorder. Yes, some days my calories counts are stupidly high (Could someone please invent some low calorie chicken wings and ribs?). With that off my chest, let's get into some unfortunate truths about people, weight, and calories.
I had always heard that someone shouldn't talk about an ex too much (if at all) with a new significant other. I had heard that if they do at all, it means they aren't over them and you should run away because you're in for a mess of heartbreak. Sorry, but I'm calling B.S.! Unless someone is still moon-eyed about an ex, it's actually super insightful to hear them talk about previous lovers.
Paleo pancakes are genius. Fluffy, delicious, low-carb stacks of joy. We'll take 100. But they can actually be quite bland and the epitome of a #PinterestFail. Recipes claiming to be fluffy are often flat, gluten-free flours (if not used correctly) can taste eerily like cardboard, and the pancakes can be so doggone hard to flip that you end up with an inedible pile of melted banana.
Remember the days when “work” meant manual labor with a side of blood, sweat, and tears? Neither do we. These days it seems we're more likely to log hour after idle hour with our bums glued to our seats. And while you may be an Excel champ by day and gym rat by night, recent research suggests that the recommended 30 minutes of cardio five times per week may not undo the health risks of a sedentary lifestyle.