It took me awhile for me to get into this trend, because I was confused as to why anyone would want to eat cold oatmeal. But after some trial and error, and a comment on my Vegan Chocolate Breakfast Pudding, I am now one of the converted. This stuff is not just for breakfast either. I’ve had variations of this recipe for lunch, great for traveling and taking to work and even a late night snack. And if you don’t want it cold, heat it up in the microwave or on the stove! It’s still delish. Continue reading
Read that again. Anyone can have a stroke. Your chances of having a stroke are higher if you fall into a higher risk factor category. And yes, there are things that you can do to lower your risk of having a stroke.
I can’t take credit for this one guys. I found the original recipe here. But it’s PUDDING FOR BREAKFAST. (Or whenever). It’s got Chocolate and coffee and I’m kind of all into Chia seeds right now, and it’s less than 200 calories per serving! Why chocolate for breakfast? Because reasons. Continue reading
Back in February of this year when I decided to use some credit card points towards a new fitness tracker, I was actually looking to get the FitBit. However, after it was reportedly giving people chemical burns, I decided against it and went with the next highest rated tracker within my price range, the MisFit Shine. This review focuses on the Shine and the related free iPhone app ver. 1.13.2. (warning: this post is pic heavy) Continue reading
Ok, so I’m kind of addicted to those quick desserts for one (or two really). I’ve been watching my weight, and smaller desserts help me splurge a little bit without falling off the wagon completely. I found this recipe for Strawberry Cobbler on the web and altered it a bit so that I could lower the calories down a bit. Here’s the result! Continue reading
Continuing my series on stroke for Stroke Awareness Month, I wanted to talk about what stroke feels like and what it felt like for me. Stroke feels different for everyone, but some of the common symptoms are extreme tiredness, shortness of breath, blurred vision, prolonged dizziness, migraines, facial droop, slurred speech and numbness or loss of functionality of certain limbs. Continue reading