5 Insanely Healthy Vegetables You Should Be Eating Daily

Vegetables aren’t always the best part of a meal. You’re lying to yourself if you’ve never indulged in a delicious dinner and subtly pushed your veggies to the side. While you shouldn’t feel guilty about that, you should understand the importance of eating at least one serving of veggies with every meal. They provide nutrients in a way that vitamin supplements and your favorite cheat … Continue reading 5 Insanely Healthy Vegetables You Should Be Eating Daily

Creamy vegetable pasta

Creamy Pasta With Sautéed Veggies

Pasta never gets old to me. But as much as I love it, I also understand that I need to make it healthier from time to time (I’ll never cut pasta out of my diet though, because who wants to cut carbs?). I was craving some creamy pasta, but fettuccine alfredo doesn’t provide much in the way of nutrients. I thought that I could flavor … Continue reading Creamy Pasta With Sautéed Veggies

Savory Pepperoni Pizza Crescent Rolls

Sunday football is much less exciting without snacks. And this past Sunday, I was craving a savory snack that wouldn’t require too much effort. I’d had some leftover pizza ingredients from a pizza I had made earlier in the week, but I didn’t have any dough. I did, however, have some of those delicious Pillsbury crescent rolls (the most exciting part is popping the can, … Continue reading Savory Pepperoni Pizza Crescent Rolls

What is Generalized Anxiety Disorder? (Plus, Advice From Someone Who Has It)

Generalized anxiety disorder, commonly known as GAD, affects about seven million people in the United States and even more worldwide. It’s fairly common, but it can be complex to understand and difficult to cope with at first. What is it? How do you know when you have it? Here are some answers to the most common questions surrounding GAD—plus, I partnered with Emily Hein, founder … Continue reading What is Generalized Anxiety Disorder? (Plus, Advice From Someone Who Has It)

Cilantro Lime Shrimp Salad in Avocado Bowls

Summertime often brings huge, unpredictable thunderstorms in the Northeast. So when the power went out today, I was immediately in search of a tasty, summery meal that I didn’t have to cook. Thankfully, I bought some pre-cooked shrimp a while back, so all I had to do was defrost them in room temperature water, and they were good to go. While I tried not to … Continue reading Cilantro Lime Shrimp Salad in Avocado Bowls

mini peanut butter and nutella brownies

I am the world’s worst baker. When I try to bake anything, I always find myself saying, “Oh, that didn’t work,” as I solemnly watch my experiment deflate as it cooks in the oven. Or stick together, or lose shape, or taste like garbage…you get the point. This past weekend, I took the easy route. I bought packaged brownie mix. And it’s not because I’m … Continue reading mini peanut butter and nutella brownies