In my review of my custom meal plan from Gauge Girl, I mentioned that the plan sucked and was a waste of my money, so I went ahead and created a bare bones log to track my macros my damn self, in Google Sheets.
I should have known that a bunch of people were going to ask me for it, which I was loathe to do because 1.) like I said, it’s really simple, and it is easy enough to just make one yourself, and 2.) inevitably, people are going to complain about it, even though they didn’t even pay for it, and it wasn’t made nor intended for them in the first place. (I’ve been in the YouTube game long enough to know how some people are.) Continue reading
I fell in love with a certain paleo hack quite a while back (seriously, a while ago — back when I still used Tumblr for this blog). And, that hack was the paleo pancake.
The most common way to achieve pancake [sic], whilst sticking to your paleo guns, is to use coconut flour. As a basic bitch, I do what is common.
There are loads of recipes out there for coconut flour pancakes. But this one is mine, which I adapted from other people’s. The tweaks I’ve made over time have yielded the best results for me. Here it go.
Long time, no post! I haven’t had a load of time for my hobby projects, so I’ve been slacking on the ‘Tube, and here. A bit better about getting back on track on YT, because that has a lot more eyeballs on it. Just sayin’.
But, today marks the close of week 1 of my latest health and fitness challenge, the #SeptemberSHRED. Here are the details on that, by the way:
You guys! It’s time for another challenge! I hinted that I had something cool in the works, in my last post
, and here it is. This is my first ever Mind, Body & Soul Challenge, and the best thing about it is that it’s in collaboration with Ghana Goddess, a.k.a. Michelle LeBelle!
This year’s #UpYourGame Challenge was quite the roller coaster, but I do feel that I came out of it better than I went into it. I remain a work in progress (FUCKING PERPETUALLY), and indeed, when it comes to challenges, I am on to the next one almost immediately. I want to keep the ball rolling, now that I’m in the right place mentally with my workouts and eating, so that’s just what I’m going to do.
Okay! It may have taken me almost the entire length of this challenge to actually get into the groove of things, but things have been great the past two weeks, or so. I’ve been working out with kettlebells, using that Lauren Brooks program I told y’all ‘bout, and I’ve been going to spin classes about twice a week.
I’ve also been eating pretty well!
Though things took a while to right themselves after my last post, I am finally back on track! For real, this time! I told y’all about the whole mole situation, and not being able to work out because of sweat, and all. Well, I went for my follow up appointment the following weekend, and had to get more moles zapped, which meant another week of having to let the scabs heal, and having to avoid sweating.
Once that was over, I decided to revisit Lauren Brooks’ program in her book, Kettlebells for Women. I did this entire 3 month program about two years ago. This time around, I’m only using the first month (or a portion of it), to help me ease back into exercise, since I’m essentially at square one again.