Paleo Pumpkin Crunch Cereal

Paleo Pumpkin Crunch Cereal

This Paleo Pumpkin Crunch Cereal is healthy, easy, and super delicious!  It’s packed with nuts, seeds, pumpkin and sweetened only with a bit of pure maple syrup.  Perfect for breakfast or snacks. Fall is my new favourite season.  Especially now that I’m back home and I get the full experience. I spent that last 4…

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Sausage and Apple Stuffed Squash

Sausage and Apple Stuffed Squash

This Sausage and Apple Stuffed Squash is a crowd-pleasing, comfort food favourite that’s easy to make ahead.  It’s served inside the squash skin for a playful presentation that’s sure to impress your guests. Fall is upon us.  And with it, comes a pretty incredible selection of beautiful squashes at our local grocery stores and farmer’s…

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Just Fine As I Am: My Journey

My Journey

Confession:  Writing this post terrifies me. My business coach has been telling me for months that I need to share my story.  That I need to be vulnerable. I’ve been putting it off. For the last 4 months, I’ve found every excuse possible to avoid writing this. I’m not sure exactly why I’m so scared…

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Paleo Pumpkin Protein Muffins

Paleo Pumpkin Protein Muffins

Fuel your morning with these sweet and savoury Paleo Pumpkin Protein Muffins.  They pair perfectly with a steaming cup of gourmet coffee.  Enjoy! I wake up early because I’m far more productive when I start my work day around 6 am. But I’m definitely NOT a morning person. My early morning work usually consists of…

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Pumpkin Spice Paleo Pudding

Pumpkin Spice Paleo Pudding

This thick and creamy Pumpkin Spice Paleo Pudding is a convenient make-ahead breakfast or snack that you can feel good about eating. Summer’s not even over yet and it seems like everybody’s already going crazy for pumpkin. I blame Starbucks. When they launched their Pumpkin Spice Latte the day after labour day social media pretty…

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Achilles Tendon Pain

Achilles Tendon Pain

Achilles tendon pain is common among both competitive and recreational athletes.  In this post, I’ll discuss some of the common causes and I’ll share four exercises to treat and prevent it.   As an athlete, I’ve had to deal with a few injuries. Most of the injuries I’ve had have been traumatic — things like strains, sprains…

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Kale-Slaw Salad Jars

Kale-Slaw Salad Jars

Make these Kale-Slaw Salad Jars on your next meal prep day.  They make for a colourful, crunchy, and convenient lunch on the go. I love these Kale-Slaw Salad Jars because you can store them longer than salads made with more delicate greens. They’re an excellent meal prep option. Not only that, kale is packed full of…

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Program Design Part 6

Program Design

This is the last post in my Program Design Mini-Series.  In it, I’ll teach you how to select your rest periods. Program Design Part 6 — Rest Periods In the first 5 Program Design Post I explained how to… set your training goal select your exercises outline your weekly training schedule arrange your exercises into individual…

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Program Design Part 5

Program Deisgn

The fifth post in my Program Design Mini-Series explains how to select your intensity (load).  If you lift the same amount of weight every time you hit the gym, this article’s for you! In the first 4 Program Design posts I explained how to… Set your training goal. Select your exercises. Outline your weekly training schedule…

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Program Design Part 4

Program Design

The fourth post in my Program Design Mini-Series will teach you how to choose reps and sets. If you’ve been following along, then you’ve set your training goal, selected your exercises, and arranged those exercise into individual workouts. Today, you’ll continue to build those workouts by selecting your reps and sets. Program Design Part 4 —…

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