The lovely Sara from Words to Run By, tagged me in her “11 Random Things” post, so I thought today would be a good day to have a little fun. Here are rules:
Post these rules. You must post 11 random things about yourself. Answer the questions set for you in their […]
The first month of 2012 is almost over. I can’t believe how fast it went by. I am sure it seemed to go fast because we weren’t locked indoors with snow & horrible weather like we normally are, or have been for the past few years. There has been a lot of rain, but […]
I have been doing a lot of soul searching recently. I have been thinking about what I will do when the kids are older and don’t need me at home as much as they do now. I used to be in property management and while I liked what I did, I want something a […]
I heard it through the grapevine that Chobani had several new flavors out, so I made it my mission to locate the new flavors & give them a try. Apparently the mango has been around for a short while, but it has somehow escaped my radar.
I was so excited with my purchases, […]
Nuts.com has over 700 products that are certified gluten-free by the Gluten-Free Certification Organization. How is that for a huge selection? More about Nuts.com:
· If you thought your baking days were limited, never fear, it’s time to fire up the oven and make some delectable dishes using flour made from coconut, almonds or […]
Sometimes you don’t.
Okay, now that I got that out of my system… Just try and get that song out of your head – go ahead, I dare ya!
I had some very ripe bananas, one request for banana bread with chocolate chips and one for banana bread with walnuts. The walnut dude didn’t […]
Earlier this month I shared the news that Gluten Freely was introducing the new “Ask-a-Doc” series. Questions were taken up until January 20, 2012 and now the answers to many of the questions have be posted here.
A little more about Dr. Guandalini:
Dr. Guandalini, a world-renowned pediatric gastroenterologist and celiac disease […]
So, who is ready for spring? I am! We got some ice this week that ended up causing a bunch of cancellations and driving many runners to the dreadmill. I don’t think MIT has ever cancelled since I have been a member (1 year), but they did Saturday in the best interests of the […]
Strength training is an important part of my workout regimen. It should be a part of your life, too, especially if you are a woman. Why? It helps keep our bones strong as we grow older. My biggest struggle with strength training has always been not knowing what to do, when to do it […]