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Meal Planning For Simple Dinners

With less than 30 days left until we move to Kentucky, my weekly meal planning focuses on using the ingredients in my pantry. This week I need simple and sustaining! I’m no stranger to moving – we’ve done 7 moves in the 10 years my husband and I have been married. Despite being a complete […]

Ride Report – Making Hard Work A Habit

Although I’m only riding on the weekends, I’m focusing on making hard work a habit, even when my trainer isn’t looking at my ride.  I’ve always had a tendency to take it too easy on my Elf-pony. Some of that comes from our first 6 months or so together when my primary objective was to […]

Weekly Menu – Embracing Meal Planning Basics

With our move 5 weeks away, meal planning this week went back to basics – meals that we eat regularly and enjoy with a minimum of fuss (and that I can shop for online and pick up). A few years ago, meal planning felt like one of those things that other, more together people did. […]

When it comes together

Riding as an adult amateur means that sometimes, life’s other priorities need to take center stage. But that doesn’t mean that I take time off from my riding goals. Instead, I chase them a little differently.  I mentioned in my last Ride Report that between work, kid activities and preparing for our October move, there […]

Balancing Home & Barn

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Fit2Ride

I'm working to lose weight, build strength and improve my strength and flexibility. I share my recipes, my workouts and my struggles. We also have a Facebook group just for riders looking to get more fit. Want to join me?
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Around My Table

Creating and sharing a meal with family & friends is as nourishing to the soul as good food is to the body. Come gather around my table.
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  • With less than 30 days left until we move to Kentucky, my weekly meal planning focuses on using the ingredients in my pantry. This week I need simple and sustaining! I’m no stranger to moving – we’ve done 7 moves in the 10 years my husband and I have been married. Despite being a complete… [Continue Reading]

    Meal Planning For Simple Dinners
  • Although I’m only riding on the weekends, I’m focusing on making hard work a habit, even when my trainer isn’t looking at my ride.  I’ve always had a tendency to take it too easy on my Elf-pony. Some of that comes from our first 6 months or so together when my primary objective was to… [Continue Reading]

    Ride Report – Making Hard Work A Habit
  • With our move 5 weeks away, meal planning this week went back to basics – meals that we eat regularly and enjoy with a minimum of fuss (and that I can shop for online and pick up). A few years ago, meal planning felt like one of those things that other, more together people did.… [Continue Reading]

    Weekly Menu – Embracing Meal Planning Basics
  • Riding as an adult amateur means that sometimes, life’s other priorities need to take center stage. But that doesn’t mean that I take time off from my riding goals. Instead, I chase them a little differently.  I mentioned in my last Ride Report that between work, kid activities and preparing for our October move, there… [Continue Reading]

    When it comes together
  • My family is loving Thai flavors so I’m finding creative ways, like this Curried Cauliflower Soup, to work them into easy weeknight dinners.  Although I have a regular meal rotation that fill the majority of my weekly menus, I make a point to make one new dish each week. I enjoy the variety and it keeps… [Continue Reading]

    Curried Cauliflower Soup with Micro Green Salad