Navigating the world of “fats” is confusing. It’s so hard to know who to listen to and discern the truth without a lot of research. In this Truth About Fats series, I’ve gone through some intense research on saturated fats and why they ARE good for you. And if they contribute to heart disease (whichClick to Continue »
Archives for February 2013
Grocery budgeting is challenging. First, you’re figuring out how much you already spend on food. Then you look at how much you should spend on food. Then you have to stick to what your budget says to spend on food. My head is already spinning.
My grocery budget is $330 each month for a family of four – two adults and two kids. This real food budget includes food, toiletries, household items as well as health & beauty products. Can you believe it’s been six weeks since I last shared my shopping trips with you guys?! What’s even crazier isClick to Continue »
For the past two years, my husband and I have given serious consideration to fasting. Maybe it’s the impending new year that begs us to start with a clean start. Maybe it’s the continuous grazing of rich foods for the last two months of the year. Whatever the cause, I’m fairly certain the abundanceClick to Continue »
On a scale of 1 to 10, with 1 being “hate” and 10 being “love,” how do you feel about beans? Second question… How do you feel about tortilla soup? When Facebook fans were asked this question over the weekend, the results were undoubtedly clear: you either love them, or hate them. When I wasClick to Continue »
For MONTHS you’ve heard me preaching on meal planning. You’ve seen my own plans (both monthly AND weekly). Just last month you were challenged to plan SOMETHING. Now you’re told to stop? Has Tiffany lost her marbles?! Not yet, but I have been introduced to a pretty neat meal planning tool that just may easeClick to Continue »