I went a little crazy this holiday season and enjoyed a few glasses of wine and Christmas cookies... and by a few, I mean like 100. The start of a new year is a great time to get back on track. I decided that the best way to start 2018 is with a race and… Continue reading Happy New Year!
Fall has FINALLY made its way to northern Virginia! Temperatures have been in the 80's lately, but today was in the 60's and I am so excited because I LOVE FALL!!! I always crave soup when the weather is chilly, so I decided to make hamburger soup for lunches this week. The hardest part of this… Continue reading Hamburger Soup
What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas... or ends up on my blog. We'd planned this trip for almost a year and it was such an AMAZING experience!!! We registered for the half marathon back in December during Rock 'n' Roll's 24-hour global sale. Ed and I decided to do the Remix Challenge, which means… Continue reading Rock ‘n’ Roll Las Vegas
Happy Taco Tuesday!!! For dinner tonight, I made enough beef taco meat to feed a small country. These beef tacos are so delicious and so easy to make (only 6 ingredients!). You will need ground beef (I used Organic 93/7 grass fed ground beef from Wegmans), garlic, yellow onion, tomato sauce, and taco seasoning. You… Continue reading Beef Tacos
This past Sunday, I made Paleo sloppy Joe. Whenever I think of sloppy joes, I can't help but sing the "Lunchlady Land" song by Adam Sandler... You will need ground beef (I use organic grass fed beef from Wegmans), yellow onion, green bell pepper, tomato sauce, tomato paste, apple cider vinegar, dijon mustard, garlic, parsley,… Continue reading Paleo Sloppy Joe
This was probably the most fun 5k run I've ever done. And the best part? It was completely FREE! This run started at the Potomac River Running store in DC and ended at the Embassy of Switzerland, hence the name "Run to Switzerland". We arrived at Potomac River Running around 8:30AM to check-in. At check-in, we… Continue reading Run to Switzerland
Ed and I love to eat at Moby Dick House of Kabob. However, we don't love how much it costs for the two of us to eat there (it's around $30!). We decided to make our own Moby Dick kabobs at home, and I even made them Paleo! You will need chicken breasts, coconut milk,… Continue reading Paleo Moby Dick Chicken Kabobs