There is no secret. There is no quick fix. Whatever you want out of life you just have to do it. You have to start. Just go. Do it. Now. Take ownership of your life. No one owes you anything and if you more out of life, get out of your own way. Welcome to the place where I will share everything that has helped me realize this and everything that keeps me hungry.
Simple. Clean. Summer food. I love simple food. Especially when it’s summer and it’s toasty out. No fuss, no stress. Nothing complicated. Simple ingredients imply minimal work. Naturally time saving because they just, natural. They just are. And when you take ingredients
Get strongLife will test you. The least you can do is test yourself.
Strength is cultivated. It’s in us, both mentally and physically. Sometimes we have a lot, other times we feel like it’s gone completely. And I wonder about (and fear for) the untapped potential of who we are and how strong we could be if we just pushed a little harder. But how do we know unless we continuously test it? Push our own self-imposed “limits” to see what we are truly capable of. Life will test us. It will test how mentally and physically strong we are. The least we can do is prepare.
Eat cleanKeep it simple, keep it honest. Nourish and heal from the inside out.
What we put in our bodies directly impacts our mental health, physical performance, and overall wellbeing. If we eat like crap, we’ll feel like crap, perform like crap, and think crappy thoughts. Food is healing. My recipes are research, the ingredients are information, and what I eat is educational. Let’s get back to basics. Food should not be complicated. Prioritize your health. Eat simply. Rest often. Move daily.
Live fullyFight for a full life. A challenging, chaotic, beautiful life.
Why simply live day to day when you can really live, turning every minute into one that will challenge you, change you, and open your eyes to the possibilities around you. Life is hard. Some days really suck. But I have made it my personal mission to not only seek out that struggle, but to live for it. To live for the pain of the process and the gratitude that comes from what we are able to do daily as human beings. For ourselves and for those around us.