Many people are faced with lots of traveling during the holiday season. Our health and fitness is usually jeopardized based on poor food choices at the airport and lots of sitting around. We tend to indulge, spend a lot of money, and feel guilty about it. Here are my 7 tips for making the right choices while traveling and staying fit.
Your goals in life are controlled by YOU! We’re in control of ourselves and our actions, as we tell our brain what we WANT to do. The problem is that we frequently allow the brain to control us. It’s a mental game and battle.
I have come across a lot of people that said I “USED” to be vegan, but they switched back for various reasons. It may be because they gained weight, lost muscle, or some other explanation. I made the lifestyle change to become a strong vegan and have been successful.
I created a vegan pierogie recipe to keep my Polish tradition. Since I’m 100%, first generation Polish, pierogies is a tradition for the holidays since I was born. It’s my favorite Polish food, the mushroom is my second fave and the Ruskie is my first.
The trick to saving money and losing weight is to first learn how to fill your shopping cart the right way. Your kitchen also acts as your gym so it’s important to make sure you shop smart and have the right foods to get healthy and reach your goals.
You will love this vegan doughnut recipe. It has simple ingredients that will make your mouth crave for more. They are super moist, easy to make, healthy, guilt free, and all vegan. You don’t need eggs and butter to make an amazing treat. It’s perfect for the fall weather and for any holiday parties.
I created the best vegan potato pierogie recipe. Since I’m 100%, first generation Polish, pierogies has been a tradition for many years. Potato pierogies known as “ruskie” pierogis, has been the staple for many holiday dinners.
If you want to see changes, you need to take the time and vegan meal prep! If you meal prep for the week, you are less likely to spend money on fast food joints or at restaurants. So why not spend $30 for a weeks worth of groceries vs spending $30 for dinner of two.