I try to keep my blog a positive place, but I am just SO OVER the constant Food Fibbing in our pop culture. And it just so happened that a recent article by Refinery 29 entitled “This is Exactly How Gigi Hadid Dines on a Normal Day” (which was probably so far from the truth we should realistically call it a spoof or satire piece) was the straw that broke this camel’s poor tired back.
Is it just me or is keeping your summer bod especially hard in the summer?! I mean sure, winter brings heavier dinners and holiday grubbin’, but summer sneaks in its little temptations as well. Um, helloooo ICE CREAM!! That creamy devilish treat alone can cause the unwelcome bridging of a hard-earned thigh gap!
WE FINISHED P90X!!! GO TEAM TREV!!! 😉 As you can tell, I am pretty darn proud of myself and my husband for completing this grueling 90-day workout regimen. I’m super excited to share our experience with you!
When Stephen and I were driving back from our trip to Florida, we stopped at Zaxby’s for dinner. I figured I’d keep it healthy-ish, so I got the Zaxby’s chicken salad sandwich. And I only ate 3 of Stephen’s fries! 😉
Did anyone read the kids’ book The Mudflat Olympics when they were little? If you didn’t, let me catch you up to speed: the animals are competing in (you guessed it!) the Mudflat Olympics and the antagonist is a really competitive machiavellian crocodile named Crocker. He plays dirty to win and as he crosses the finish line: “‘HOORAY FOR CROCKER!!!’ shouted Crocker.”
When I was a kid in Key West, we had aloe plants. My mom would break off the fat juicy leaves and spread the gel on my skin whenever I’d gotten a little too much sun. Sometimes a bit of aloe juice would find its way from my arms or face to my six-year-old tastebuds. YUCK. Accidentally ingesting that bitter stuff was enough to wreck my day, or at least ten minutes of it. Which is a long time when you’re six.