WIAW #15: My Anti-Aging Weapon

Hello, hello!

I was so excited to see my interview go live today on Daily Fitness Interview.

Daily Fitness Interview

There were a lot of fun questions to answer, and I enjoyed the Q&A witth the founder Dustin Sanchez. You can check it out here.

If are new to reading the blog then welcome. :-) I have been participating in Jenn’s What I Ate Wednesday as a way to showcase a regular day of eating for me. It is in no way edited or altered from my normal routine. I hope to inspire you with a few of my healthy creations too. Since I am sharing my eats, I do attempt to make the food look a little prettier than usual. Perhaps I will use a plate or nice dish rather than just standing up in my kitchen. Something crazy like that…so onto the food!

What I Ate Wednesday

Time for a full day of eating with WIAW!

What I Ate Wednesday Tuesday

If you follow me on Instagram, I shared that I followed Brittany’s recipe the other day for Protein Pumpkin Oatmeal with Egg Whites. I had been looking for a creation like this ever since I posted a breakfast of oatmeal a few weeks back, and a few of you lovely readers suggested I add egg whites to get more protein in my breakfast.

I was out of pumpkin so I decided to make a variation of her oatmeal creation:

  • Vanilla Oats with Egg Whites

I heated a half a cup of coconut milk and a half a cup of water on the stove along with a half cup of oats. I cooked it for 5 minutes and then added a teaspoon of cinnamon and ½ a teaspoon of vanilla extract. I then included a ¼ cup of egg whites and stirred vigorously for two minutes.

The egg whites make the oatmeal a little fluffier, but the texture is still the similar. I added raw pecans, a packet of Stevia and a little MCT oil to top off the oatmeal. Stevia is my go-to sugar replacement. It is completely natural and I have come to really like it. It does have a little bit of a bitter aftertaste at first, but I think you start to adjust to it. It is a great way to lower your sugar intake.


After breakfast I spent quite a bit of time editing my pictures and going through all of the information I received from the R3 Summit over the weekend. I went through all of my notes and wrote my post. I had a great time at the conference, and it was so fun to share the highlights on the blog.


There were some emails and such mixed in there too. I realized I had better make lunch before the afternoon completely got away from me…

I am a big fan of Applegate Farms and was very happy to see them in attendance at the R3 Summit. I cooked up their Grass-Fed hot dogs for lunch and enjoyed them with mixed veggies and a wedge of avocado. Even though we are deep into fall, the temperatures are still high in Austin, and I am still enjoying iced tea as a nice cold beverage that has more taste than just water alone.


After lunch I put together a workout for a client who would be arriving to work out at the garage gym.


I also had to clean the gym and organize some equipment so this took up quite a bit of the afternoon.


I stopped home to grab a quick snack, and had a few raspberries:


Plus a Quest Bar.

Quest Bar

Dinner was another staple of mine: Grilled Chicken, Broccoli and leftover butternut squash. I had a glass of wine because well, why not. And then I concluded the day with a piece of dark chocolate.


I also realized that I have never shared my little “anti-aging” cocktail with you before since I craft it later at night right and I forget about snapping pictures. I mix Collagen Protein from Vital Proteins (this is a staple in my protein shakes) with Natural Calm. Natural calm is magnesium which has been shown to aid in sleep. Magnesium is one of the most common nutrient deficiencies so I hedge my bets with this little concoction which is part of my nightly ritual.

That is all folks!

I guess that does it for this edition of WIAW! I am plan to head to the gym, study for my nutrition certification, and work on some writing. In no particular order. Have a great Wednesday!Nightly Ritual

Question of the Day: Do you have a nighty ritual? I have my “cocktail” and then read for a little bit before shutting down.

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R3 Prevention Summit

The Ultimate Health  & Wellness Weekend

R3 Prevention Summit

Refresh. Revive. Reinvent.

Hello! As promised a review of the R3 Prevention Summit is here. I was fortunate enough to attend this health and wellness conference through the generosity of Austin Fit Magazine. I was awarded tickets to enjoy the event at the Long Center for the Performing Arts in downtown Austin this past weekend. It was a weekend full of great health, fitness and wellness resources.

This is only the 2nd conference I have attended, and I have some advice for you if you are ever planning to attend any in the future. Do not make yourself crazy trying to get to every event, and see everything. The nature of these events is that there are multiple speakers, workshops and demonstrations happening simultaneously. Inevitably there will be two things you want to attend at the same time and you have to choose. There is a little bit of an art to enjoying a conference, and I am only scratching the surface. I chose a mix of panel discussions, fitness classes, cooking demos and happiness workshops to attend, and it worked out very well.

My other advice is to bring a snack, a pad/pen for notes and to wear comfortable shoes.

R3 Prevention Summit

The Set Up

I loved the setup of the conference since it was on the rooftop of the performing arts center and all the workshops and discussions were close by. Sometimes you can get lost trying to get to one end of a hotel or conference center, but this was very well situated. It also helped that it was a gorgeous Saturday. This was the mainstage set up for the panel discussions.

R3 Prevention Summit

  • A Conversation with Andie MacDowell


Find the best “you” you can be…

I was a little star struck at the idea of seeing Andie MacDowell in person. I have followed her career since I saw her in movies years ago. She is probably best well known for being the tolerant reporter/love interest to Bill Murray in Groundhog Dog. I always thought she was seriously beautiful and growing up I would pick up magazines where she was giving beauty tips or advice.

Andie talked a bit about her history as a model and the years she spent starving herself on grapefruit and eggs to stay as skinny as possible until she could not do it anymore. Who can be happy starving? Since putting her foot down and choosing to be a healthy weight she says she started to work more than ever? Her advice was to stay active through the things you enjoy doing and to fuel yourself with the best food possible.

Andie MacDowell

This star’s recipe for happiness was to be your own best parents and discover what makes you happy. It is not always getting what we want and that is hard to remember. She also reminded the audience that “stuff” does not make us happy and she is currently trying to get rid of hers! Instead of a big house that a movie star/model could afford she lives in a smaller cabin style home and dedicates a lot of her efforts towards farm land preservation. She also keeps busy working with her new show on The Hallmark Channel – Cedar Cove.

  • Conscious Breathing & Guided Meditation with Mallika Chopra

Mallika Chopra

I am not very good at meditating. Scott and I have gone through periods where we tried to do it together and even though I relaxed I never truly “meditated.” For me, if the anxiety and random train of thoughts stop I consider it to be a successful meditation. I struggle even with the corpse pose in yoga. For real.

So I was excited to see what I could learn from Mallika Chopra who is the daughter of the famous Deepak Chopra. I loved her tip for moments of anxiety and I am going to try to incorporate it into my daily living.

In moments of panic or anxiety we should practice the “Stop” technique:

  • Stop.
  • Take Three Breaths.
  • Observe.
  • Proceed.

It will help to gain contract over situations and our reactions. In moments of stress it can be a real lifesaver.

Sometimes we don’t even know what we want…

In the 2nd workshop I attended later in the day she took us through a guided meditation which was really neat to do as a group. She explained that there are no rules in medittaion and we focused on our breathing for 5 minutes. That 5 minutes can make a huge difference in your whole body.

  • AHA Moments

Some thoughts on those “AHA Moments” when it all clicks and comes together.

This was another panel discussion that included Dr. Gary Kaplan and Dr. Holly Phillips who went into a more in-depth discussion on inflammation, and how it is an underlying cause in many of the health issues we face such as headaches and stomach issues.

R3 Prevention Summit

Sleep is a huge problem behind what Dr. Phillip’s referred to as the “exhaustion” epidemic. The women she sees in her practice do not get enough sleep and have expressed they feel tired every day. This leads to losing enjoyment, productivity and that feeling that can creep in of existing and not really living.

Their recommendations for feeling better were straightforward:

  • Diet: Nothing processed or from a box. No bleached white flour products
  • Sleep: Strive for the same bedtime and wake up time every day and sleep in a dark room.
  • Exercise: 30 minutes of activity three times a week.

I liked how they made it really simple and actionable. I think those are all good tips for everyone.

  • Vendors

I decided it was time to wonder around to check out some of the vendors and get a snack. I enjoyed two Grass-fed hot dogs courtesy of Applegate and a mini Peanut Chocolate Chip Larabar. I also drank tons of the iced tea provided by Salada. It was an herbal mix and very refreshing.


I also went out of my comfort zone and got a henna tattoo. I had never thought of getting one, but figured it would be fun. It took 5 minutes at most and it is holding up really well!

Henna Tattoo

There was a huge line to get one and everyone was showing their body art under the hashtag “R3 Summit” on Instagram. Very cool stuff.

  • Farm to Table Cooking Demo

There was a great little kitchen set up near all of the food vendors where they did various food demonstrations throughout the day. I chose to attend the Farm to Table Cooking Demo with Chef Sonya Cote.

Cooking Demo

Sonya truly believes in sourcing produce and meats from local farms and helps run two Austin restaurants I am dying to check out soon – Eden East and the Hillside Pharmacy.

After her demo they served her grilled shrimp on a lettuce wrap to the audience which was delicious.

Cooking Demo

  • Love Your Lower Body

Getting out of balance will help you find balance…

After my snack and catching up on a few emails via my phone I decided on a whim to check out Sadie Lincoln’s Barre3 demonstration.

I was not really dressed for it but I decided that if that were any moves that did not work I just would skip them. I enjoyed the quick demo which included a background on Sadie and how she started Barre3. As a working fitness professional for many years, she and her husband took a mortgage out on their house so she could start her own studio. She is thriving and recently published the book “Love Your Lower Body.”

I introduced myself quickly after the class and took this quick pic of Sadie. She was absolutely lovely and you could tell everyone taking the class really connected with her.


  • Eat Clean

Health is dynamic, not static.

The clean eating panel focused a lot on digestive issues and understanding what eating clean truly means. The things we do every day make the most impact on our health. If we are getting take out for dinner every night it is going to become a problem.

There was a real focus on the reality of needing to live a lifestyle of homemade meals, but how difficult it can be in today’s society. Even if we focus on farmer’s markets and shopping organic we have find time in our day to prepare food.

Sonya Cote, the chef, was on this panel and said that you need to commit large portions of your time to shopping for and preparing food to avoid needing processed meals and snacks.

Even as a “healthy” person I still eat processed foods. Almond milk, nut butter, and yogurt are a few things that come to mind that I eat that are pre-packaged for me. In this instance, I think we just continually gain more knowledge, read the labels and do our best to make smart choices when eating home or out at restaurants and such.

  • Shake Your Supplements

This panel focused on a lot of what I currently believe in terms of supplementing our diets. I take supplements, but my regime is primarily through guess work. I have not gotten around to have my blood panels done so sometimes I have no clue if I need some of the vitamins I am taking.

Vitamins are truly personalized and there is no true way to figure it out without the scientific data. I mentally reminded myself about the blood test that is a to-do item on my health checklist after finishing to hearing the speakers discuss it in depth.

  • Passion 10x

The Daily Zen Zone…

This workshop was the perfect way to end the day. It was led by Anne Alexander who is the Senior Vice President and Editorial Direction of Prevention Magazine. She discussed an activity which she has found very helpful in finding her daily Zen zone. She made a pie chart and broke down her day and the items she needs to get done on any particular day.

Pie Chart

She has an amazing job that requires quite a large percentage of the pie, but she has found small ways to discover her own Zen.

When she wakes up she has stopped grabbing her phone to check email and avoids LED screens when she wakes up and right before bedtime. She takes 10 minutes to sit, think and enjoy her coffee every morning. This lead to starting to meditate. She also started a support group for women at Prevention where they come together every 3 weeks or so to discuss different helpful lifestyle habits.

If Anne does not look at her email first thing every morning than I can too! She recommended this habit can be a great gateway to meditation, and I am hoping it might work well for me.

  • The Swag

I left with an absolutely amazing bag of treats. There were magazines, snacks, coupons. You name it. It was a very generous goodie bag.

Though I was not compensated to write this post I received my ticket to the conference for free as well as the bag of gifts from the vendors who attended.


Thank you Prevention Magazine and Austin Fit for an amazing day! It was a pleasure to attend the conference.

Question of the Day: Have you ever been to a conference?

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10/17: Friday’s Favorite Things

Hello and Happy Friday to you! Excited for the weekend? Can I get a TGIF?

Keep Calm I'm the Birthday Girl

Today is my birthday! It crept up a little bit on me this year, because I wanted to keep it a relatively low key day. Scott and I are going to venture out this morning to Picnik in Austin which is an awesome outdoor Paleo-Cafe. They serve all kinds of butter coffee, gluten-free baked goods as well as healthy smoothies and gourmet local food. It is a pretty amazing place that is unique to our area. Here is a picture from when we went several months ago and enjoyed lunch.

Picnik in Austin

We are looking forward to going back today! I plan to go to a yoga class and tonight is the first session of the conference I am attending through Prevention Magazine. We will be heading out on the town for a birthday celebration dinner tomorrow night.

So let us get down to business and get started with this week’s edition of Friday’s Favorite Things! As always I would love to have you share something that is bringing a smile to your face in the comments section below.

10/17 Friday’s Favorite Things

  • My Birthday

I think it is really important to celebrate your birthday however makes you happy. It should be a little special, and out of the ordinary. Make it unique to you, and the way that you love to experience life. Sometimes my expectations get out of control because I feel everything should be executed perfectly on this one day. We all know nothing ever truly goes according to plan!

I am just looking forward to having a nice day hanging out with Scott, and doing a few of the things that I love to do. I am lucky it is a gorgeous day in Austin so that makes me happy too.

It is touching I have received so many lovely birthday cards this week. I happen to love greeting cards, and I especially love this Wonder Woman card my mom somehow found to send me. Wonder Woman holds a nostalgic place in my heart.

Birthday Cards

Last night when I was shopping at Trader Joe’s…

Trader Joe's Fearless Flyer

The checker gifted me these lovey flowers.

Birthday Flowers

He felt bad that I mentioned a few items in my last shopping trip went bad extremely quickly. He not only gave me replacement items, but he placed a flower bouquet with my order. He did not know it was my birthday, but I consider them birthday flowers.

  • Hot Yoga Towel Mat

I go to yoga about twice a week. Sometimes the classes are hot and sometimes they are just very warm. Either way, I have totally been in need of one of the cool hot yoga towel covers that I have seen other class attendees using. My sister sent me this fabulous one from Yoga Design Lab, and it is perfect.

Hot Yoga Towel

I love the hot pink color, and I cannot wait to use it. This company is also eco-friendly and the fabric is free of harsh dyes and chemicals.

Having your own accessories and such makes yoga feel much more personal. Thanks for the nice b-day gift, Les!

  • Gray Nail Polish

I am a complete devotee to nail polish, and enjoy the process of switching up the colors. I felt a little sad retiring my coral and pink shades, but it was time to proceed with the seasonal change. It is still hot in Austin so I am celebrating fall by mostly eating pumpkin and wearing darker nail polish.

I am currently crushing on this gray color from Zoya called Normani. Who gets to name all the new nail polish colors? That would be such a fun job. I have mentioned Zoya on the blog before because I am a huge fan of their products. They are free of unwanted chemicals and hard ingredients, but still do a great job. I highly recommend them if you are a nail polish addict like me.

  • Amazon Prime

No matter how many times I seem to write a list for the grocery store we always seem to run out of that thing. You know, the one thing that you must have on hand like paper towels or tissues. After coming home from the food store the other night I realized we were indeed on our last roll of paper towels.

I decided to check to see if I could somehow order them online, and there they were on Amazon. The price was also much cheaper than I normally pay. My model was feeling shy, but here is the HUGE box that showed up on our doorstep.

Amazon Delivery

I also threw brown rice in my order for good measure.

Amazon Package

We might be eating rice for a while here. Thank goodness for my rice cooker

  • Dark Chocolate

Dark Chocolate is a staple in our apartment, and I typically have a piece after lunch and dinner. Or sometimes in the afternoon with coffee. You get the gist…it is an everyday thing. Any habit that you have every day ends up being some sort of cost. Scott and I typically buy Endangered Species or Lindt Chocolate brands because we love them. They are also a reasonable price point.

Well, this week we decided to branch out. Divine Chocolate was on sale at Whole Foods, and the other two were finds from Trader Joe’s.

Dark Chocolate

The Dark Chocolate Lover’s Chocolate Bar is seriously amazing. It is also very inepensive at approximately $1.50 per package. Plus there are two full bars in each package. Run out to buy it for yourself. You will not regret it! :-)

Hip hip hooray it is finally Friday! Thanks to Heather, Katie, Clare and Cynthia for getting this party started.

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Bikini Kitchen Essentials 201

Greetings! Hope your Thursday is off to a good start. One more day until the weekend begins!

This will be a jam packed one for me. Friday is my birthday! I am also attending the Prevention R3 Summit in Austin this weekend. My friend, Gianna, will be in town so I am hoping we can coordinate meeting up too. It is going to be a busy couple of days!

Today, I have another installment in the video series that I started last week on Kitchen Essentials. Scott was a great help in lending his filming and editing skills once again. These You Tube videos have been so much fun to put together.

What appliances are necessities and which are simply extras?

There are tons of infomercials and noise out there about the new “must have” piece so my goal was to cut through all that jazz. Every piece I mention in the video is an appliance I use frequently if not daily.

This video covers the appliances I use the most, and to my surprise I do not own as many as I thought. There are actually a few extras include in here that would not be crucial, but that we enjoy having on hand. Of course, I have some collecting dust that I only use a few times a year too. There is a lot of trial and error.

This is the second installment of a short video series on basic kitchen essentials. I reviewed the selected items and explained why I feel they are important. My recommendations are easy to find and very affordable. I have bought many of them on shopping trips to Walmart, Bed Bath and Beyond or Home Goods. I also do a lot of my shopping online at Amazon (affiliate link).

I think these suggestions could be hugely helpful if you are looking to start cooking some healthy meals or are stocking your kitchen for the first time. I remember the first time I moved out on my own, and I did not even know where to get start! It can all be completely overwhelming like anything else that is new.

On to the video! Please click below to check out my video on You Tube.


The list of kitchen appliances I included in the video are below:

  • George Foreman Grill (this version has removable plates)
  • Rice Cooker
  • Crock Pot
  • Magic Bullet
  • Blender
  • Immersion Blender
  • Mini Food Processor
  • Ice Cream Maker
  • Yogurt Maker
  • Mini Sauce Pan

Linking up with Amanda today for Thursday’s Thoughts!

Question of the Day: What is your favorite kitchen appliance?

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WIAW #14: Treats from Whole Foods

Good morning! It is time for another What I Ate Wednesday!

Almost every week, I have been sharing an entire day of my meals and snacks in order to give a feel for what I eat on a regular basis and to give a glimpse into my ideas for healthy eating.

What does an entire day of eating look like for you?

The answer is not always the same for me. Whether I work out or not is a huge influence on my appetite, and what I need to consume on any given day. Sometimes the style of workout or training from the day before can make a big impact too. I might only be going to a yoga class for example, but I did a hard workout the day before and I am hungry all day as a result. Whether I am home or out on the go has a big influence on my selections as well.

Thank you for hosting another week, Jenn!

What I Ate Wednesday Tuesday

What I Ate Wednesday

Breakfast started with some basics including scrambled eggs and toast.

Eggs and toast

I scrambled 2 eggs plus 2 more whites and cooked them on the stove with coconut oil. In the meantime, I popped the last piece of Ezikiel bread into the toaster oven to do its thing. I am not a huge fan of the end piece of bread, but a girl has to do what she has to do.

When my eggs were done I added a little extra MCT oil on them for some extra fat. MCT oil is amazing for inflammation and overall function. I typically have two teaspoons a day. I added Kerrygold butter and cashew butter to my toast along with some cinnamon. I sometimes add cinnamon or spice instead of jelly or honey. I tried it as a way to cut back on sugar, and I actually enjoy the change of pace.

Speaking of cashew butter, this stuff is absolutely delicious. I had trouble finding an almond butter the last time I was at Whole Foods. Shocker, I know! I asked around and it turns out there have been a lot of issues with almonds hence making that type of nut butter more scarce. I grabbed this cashew butter instead (it was a little pricey), but it is so good we are almost through the entire jar. Scott swears it tastes like aristocracy. I believe he might be right.

After breakfast, Scott and I headed out to the Animal Center. We wanted to start with the process of adopting Pen and needed to get him registered. Before we got started we asked if they could scan him to make sure he did not have a chip linking him to an owner. I had called the Police Station over the weekend, but no one had reported a missing dog in our area. It turns out he did have an owner after all. We were very torn…on the one hand it was good to see Pen had an owner that was missing him. However, we were already quite in love with him, and did not want to give him up.

We are grateful we saved him off the streets since no one knows what could have happened, but it felt like a loss to us. We will miss Pen!

After we came home, we were a bit down and not in the mood for a big lunch. We figured we should eat though and assembled some salads.

I made my Simple Tuna Salad:

  • 1 can Wild caught Tuna
  • 2 tablespoons Greek yogurt
  • 1 tablespoon mustard
  • ½ teaspoon of dried parsley
  • Salt & pepper to taste

Lunch Salad

I ate most of the salad, but it just sort of wore me out after a while. I think that usually happens when you are not that hungry. I was feeling like something sweet so I cut up an organic red pear I had purchased at Whole Foods a few days ago. It was delicious – sweeter than a typical pear. I added more of that cashew butter too. I am enjoying it while it lasts.

Cashew Butter

Scott and I went out to run a few errands and I grabbed this lovely beverage in our travels.


I have been drinking Kombucha less frequently so it was quite enjoyable. I love the taste, but it is a habit that can really add up cost-wise. I would love to start try to make my own since I saw a tutorial on Gina’s blog recently, but I have not gotten around to figuring out that project yet.

When we got back I was sort of hungry and also trying to get a few things done around the apartment. I have not had hummus in a while, and grabbed a pack with some crackers for a quick snack.

Hummus & Crackers

Scott was going to be recording a broadcast with his co-host Sumair and I wanted to get out of our apartment so I could get some studying done.

I wound up at Whole Foods again! The is a location that is only 10 minutes from us, and I have been liking getting out to write and study lately. It completely minimizes my distractions. While I was studying, I grabbed a Kale & White Bean Soup from the hot bar.

Kale & White Bean Soup

I got home around 9:30 and decided on a little Greek yogurt as a snack before bed. I added half a scoop of Chocolate Sunwarrior Protein and another tiny bit of MCT oil.

Greek Yogurt

So there you have it! Another day of eats around here.

I guess that does it for this edition of WIAW.

I am off to workout, film a little kitchen video that will be coming your way tomorrow and workout. Have a great Wednesday!

Question of the Day: If you shop at Whole Foods, what is your favorite treat to buy there?

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