Back at it again with discussing reverse dieting! I receive DMs on Instagram quite often about exactly how to pursue reverse dieting, the quantity of calories one should eat, and exact weight gain, both in my case and on a general basis. As you most certainly know, this post will center around how much weight … More Reverse Dieting Part 3: How Much Weight Will You Gain?
Put me on “My Strange Addiction” because I am officially obsessed with cauliflower rice sushi. Granted it has been a while since we’ve had cauliflower rice in our kitchen…same with raw and crunchy almond butter. By that, I mean it’s been a day. I’m suffering. Sushi tends to be quite expensive and often quite modest … More Cauliflower Rice Sushi (healthy, vegan, and gluten free)
By nature, we idealize. This pretty much applies to every aspect of our lives: looks, morals, expectations, religion, politics, health, the future, etc. It’s also part of human nature and human psychology to idolize–we need a leader and we always look to the individual who holds the qualities of a legitimate leader. Many of the … More Tuesday Thoughts: Ideals and Idols
Theodore Roosevelt held an interesting point when he said “Comparison is the thief of joy”. Soon everyone around the world preached his mantra. I cannot count how many times my parents, teachers, other authoritative figures, and even friends told me not to compare myself to anyone. But suppose we were at Trader Joe’s buying apples. We compare all of … More When Comparison is Not the Thief of Joy