I sometimes struggle with trying to stay within a strict monetary budget, eating healthy food, and eating “green”. It’s feasible to achieve, I am living proof of that, but it’s challenging. Continue reading 100 Ways of EarthFit- Day 76: Best Health Insurance is Eating Green
I had my last official shift at the Wildlife Refuge, and even though I’m going back for Book Club and Naturalist Training next week, I felt like it was sort of a “last chance” kind of day. It really was a crummy day on the refuge with rain squalls, but that was okay for me.
Even when I couldn’t find the new eagle nest with the clouds and rain, I was still happy to reminisce about my memories throughout the seasons. Continue reading 100 Ways of EarthFit- Day 41: A Fond Farewell
I have a confession to make that is truly truly the unhealthiest and non-sustainable practice I have right now. Right now, because I’m unemployed, I do not have health insurance. This post isn’t to welcome an influx of criticisms or advice that I’m sure is to follow anyways, but to point out the fact that I am not perfect, and I that I recognize that I still hold onto practices that are unhealthy. Continue reading 100 Ways of EarthFit- Day 26: Healthy Family
I thought I might be on a role today. I finished my grocery shopping and did NOT buy unnecessary snacks (although I was tempted more than once). I stayed within my calories, drank a pre-workout, took all my supplements, and went to a new gym to do a 20 minute interval on the elliptical and a 20 minute round of Death By Goblet Squats. I did cave and snack on some corn tortilla shells while making Teriyaki Tofu Lettuce Wraps for dinner. But all I needed and wanted to do this evening before I wrote my post was to complete my Glute Exercises so I would have “something worth writing about”. Continue reading 100 Ways of EarthFit- Day 8: Something Worth Writing About