As Thanksgiving quickly approaches I thought I would share my go to gluten free crowd pleaser – cornbread! This recipe was adapted from Gluten Free Living magazine a few years back. I have never tried it with regular all purpose flour, but I know it can be made with regular milk and eggs, I just…… Continue reading Gluten Free Cornbread
In my opinion, pumpkin season starts on October 1st and runs through Thanksgiving. I made this chocolate chip pumpkin bread recipe at least 5-6 times during the month of October. Disclaimer: if you ever watch me bake you will know, I am not a baker that follows recipes to the tee. Here is a gluten-free,…… Continue reading Chocolate Chip Pumpkin Bread
I tried to fit all of this into an Instagram caption…but it just wasn’t working out. So here is the race report I’ve been looking forward to writing for the better part of 3 years. This morning I ran the City of Oaks Half Marathon in Raleigh, NC. The last time I trained for, and…… Continue reading City of Oaks Half Marathon 2015
Per [multiple] requests for the recipe for a breakfast I posted on Instagram that didn’t even look appetizing (but tasted PHENOMENAL) here is the recipe for my overnight pumpkin spice oats. Grad school year 2 has me on a grab and go breakfast plan. This recipe is necessarily gluten free and vegan but I am…… Continue reading Pumpkin Spice Overnight Oats
I’m back!!! It has been a longgggggg time since I posted a blog, and I won’t lie…there are a few in my “Drafts” about my amazing experience on the sidelines of the 2014 Boston Marathon. But, you all will be spared of my Boston Race Report. Here is all you need to know: I ate…… Continue reading Peanut Butter Fathers Day Cake & The Comeback
So, for those of you that do not know…I got the results of my MRI on April 2nd and I do indeed have a stress fracture in the shaft of my femur. This is apparently REALLY uncommon in 22 year old women, typically femoral stress fractures are in the neck of the femur (like up…… Continue reading Stress Fracture…Now What?
We will start with the positives: On Monday I was able to slowly jog about a mile, it was hardly pain free, but it was tolerable. Yesterday I managed about 5 -10 minutes of 30sec jog/30sec walk. I have been cycling for about two weeks (seated, in the saddle) with minimal pain. I have been taking…… Continue reading Boston here I come?!
Its Thursday. I am 12 days in to my aggressive aleve/ice/eompress/elevate/norest treatment for shin splints. At 5:30am this morning I noticed (on my drive into work) that my Garmin screen was blank…thank god I brought my charger in my bag. Jump to 9:30am…I am leaving work to run at 10am…I never plugged in my Garmin…panic…… Continue reading Boston Training Update 1/23 and Homemade Granola!
I guess 18 days into the New Year would be the perfect time to finally post my recap of 2013. It took me a while to finish this because being Liz Hurley in 2013 was quite the roller coaster. Here we go! I’ve seen this quote flying around on Twitter and Pinterest a lot lately -“There…… Continue reading 2013 Recap: A Year That Asked Questions.