Those first couple weeks during my back surgery recovery (I’m four weeks post-op tomorrow!), the husband stayed home to take care of me and I got a Silk yogurt*, granola, and fresh berries breakfast every morning.
Now that I’m up & about on my own, I’m sticking with that breakfast. I can’t wait for mornings now!
*Silk does not advertise on this blog, and I do not gain anything financially from mentioning Silk. I simply no longer eat yogurt made with dairy.
Editor’s note: I’ve never been pregnant, so I am unable to write about post-baby weight with any authority. A friend from high school was generous enough to write a blog post on this topic for me. She has three babies and lives in the Syracuse, NY area. Enjoy her wonderful post about battling the baby weight! – ATH
Lately, I’ve pursued the frightening task of figuring out my BMR (Basal Metabolic Rate) and what it means to my daily calorie burn and calorie intake. With the help of a friend who is a nutrition major graduate and bariatric nurse in training, I think I’ve figured it out. So, here goes.
I’m working on a substantial post that involves quite a bit of math, so while I’m putting that together, here’s a little fluff post about a topic that’s much on my mind because, well, I’m confronted with it often.
Apparently, maternity yoga is the royal answer to keeping pregnancy weight at bay (not that Kate Middleton had to worry much about pregnancy weight gain, considering she was a stick figure to begin with).
We’re currently preparing to have guests stay with us this weekend (yay St. Patrick’s Day parade & related festivities!), so in the absence of time, here’s a little picture post for y’all. Continue reading →