Thanksgiving is merely days away. I’m super excited to be having an intimate celebration this year after traveling the past two. Sometimes it’s just nice to stay home, you know? I’m not a homebody by any means but during the holidays I feel more inclined to stay home and enjoy quality time with the ones who matter the most. For those of you who will be going elsewhere this year, I’ve put together a gift guide for the hostess. This guide has tons of great options other than just a boring bottle of wine.
Thanksgiving is just under 2 weeks away, isn’t that crazy? The past two years we’ve been traveling for Thanksgiving so I’m a little relieved to be staying home this year. Whether you’re traveling or staying home this year it’s time to start thinking about what to wear. Look no further because I’ve put together 4 easy Thanksgiving outfits that you can copy this year.
As I mentioned last week, I’m starting to plan my Thanksgiving menu, pretty soon it will be time to start Christmas shopping. Is it just me or does the time between Halloween and New Year’s Even seem to go by 10 times faster than the rest of the year? I’ve even started seeing Christmas decorations in the malls which means the season of gifting is officially upon us. There are so many things to do and places to go that make this season equally magical and overwhelming.
We as a nation are so incredibly diverse but I think that there is one thing we can all agree upon and that is our love of pizza. Who doesn’t love pizza? I mean c’mon, there are so many different variations that there truly is something for everyone. Even your gluten free paleo vegan friend’s can find some form of pizza that they enjoy. I feel like families unite while eating pizza. I’ve tried Chicago deep dish and New York thin. Call me biased but, I think California does it best. If you’re visiting from out of town or a SoCal native, here are my top 8 Southern California Pizza Places to Try Before You Die:
November is here and it is officially the holiday season. I don’t know about you guys, but temptation is everywhere right now! The world series concluded (unfavorably) last night and there have been parties, Halloween candy and soon, Thanksgiving goodies galore. This time of year in particular is when everyone seems to struggle the most with staying on a healthy eating and fitness regimen. To help mitigate some of the damage of your seasonal indulgences make sure not to skip out on workouts. It’s also a good idea to make sure you’re eating as clean as possible throughout the week.
As we are wrapping up October and starting to prepare for the holiday season, our fitness routines and healthy eating regimens often get thrown out the window. Since this is the season of indulgence, I know most people aren’t thinking about trying to get into stellar shape right now. However, as January approaches I’m sure we’ll all be singing a different tune. With that in mind I’m debunking some of the most popular fitness myths to help steer you in the right direction when you are ready to jump onto the fitness bandwagon.