Pillowy Pancakes+Ballet Body: Total Body Review

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As silly as I feel typing out these words, I have to admit that despite the curve balls that life has thrown at us lately there’s always something to smile about--even if they are the smallest things that we usually take for granted in our daily lives.  Wouldn’t you agree? Greg and I have been preoccupied with unexpected events that transpired this past week.  Although the emotional side of it is not quite over yet because there’s still a lot more to take care of, the bright side is that we’ll have the opportunity to show love to some people who are very dear to us as they have been facing extremely difficult times.  More than anything, we’re super thankful that we have God to lean on because without His help we would be trudging along on an empty tank, and an empty tank is something we do not want in times like these!

In the midst of all the busyness, however, I’ve been learning to take care of myself and still enjoy the simple, beautiful things in life! At least to the best of my abilities.

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Take for example this stack of pancakes.  They may seem like the overrated diner pancakes that you used to order as a kid (or maybe still do), but the fact of the matter is that they’re super healthy pancakes that are hearty yet pillowy-like-white-clouds.   I think that these are a great alternative for those who need gluten free cakes.  And hey…I hear that oats help in the nursing department so I’m trying to get them in my diet as much as I can.  Yeap, that’s my excuse story and I’m sticking to it.  Winking smile

Pillowy Oat Pancakes

Makes 2 servings or 1 large serving


1 C oat flour (I processed rolled oats)

3/4 tsp baking soda

3/4 tsp baking powder

1 TBSP chia seeds

1 whole banana

1 large egg

2 TBSP greek yogurt

3 TBSP milk of choice (or more to thin it out)

oil spray for skillet


  1. Add the oat flour, baking soda, baking powder, and chia seeds into a food processor or a Magic Bullet.  Pulse it until the chia seeds are pulverized.
  2. Add the banana, egg, yogurt, and milk to the flour mixture and pulse it while stopping a few times to scrape the sides.  Add more milk if you want a thinner batter.
  3. Immediately heat up a large skillet on medium heat and spray it with oil.  Let it sit for 30 seconds and start to pour the batter onto the skillet.  I prefer to spoon them with a 1/4 C measuring cup, but the size is up to you.
  4. Top, drizzle, and enjoy!

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Worth Mentioning

Lately I’ve been enjoying some foods that are truly worth mentioning—some of them being new and some of them making a comeback after a long hiatus.

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Up until now I had only heard of the great benefits and taste of Hemp seeds.  These hemp seeds by Manitoba Harvest are so chewy and soft, and they taste extra nutty full of good-for-your-heart fatty goodness.  I’ve been using them as toppings on my morning oatmeal, yogurt and cottage cheese mixes along with the Kind granola that you see above.  Now, I’ve always been a huge fan of Kind snack bars because of the ingredients and amazing taste, and I have to give them some recognition for succeeding with their extra crunchy granola recipe.

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Cottage cheese has made its way back into my life, and so has PB&CO's Cinnamon Raisin Swirl peanut butter.  Mmmm.

Ballet Body:  Total Body Review

Another thing that is worthy mentioning is Leah Sarago’s new Ballet Body: Total Body DVD!

Ballet Body Total Body DVD review

I have said it before and I’ll say it again.  Leah definitely knows her stuff and has such a creative way of going about fitness.  I just cannot rave enough about her knowledge of the human physique because her techniques clearly rend results in building up “elongated” and graceful looking muscles.

Going back a few weeks ago when I was hosting the Ballet Body giveaway, I was pleasantly surprised when I tore open the package that contained the giveaway DVDs.  Not only had she sent me a sweet hand written note, but she also sent me her newest Total Body DVD as a little gift of appreciation.  As soon as I unwrapped it,  I popped it into the DVD player and gave the upper body segment a try.  Needless to say, I was instantly hooked and knew that this workout would be going into my weekly fitness rotation.  Here’s a brief rundown of the routine.

  • All you really need is a yoga mat, 2-5 lb. dumbbells, and a sturdy chair or a waist-high bar or stand.
  • The total routine is about 75 minutes long and each segment is broken up so that you can choose what you want if you’re in a hurry:  20 minutes of upper, core, and lower body.  There’s also a great 10 minute stretching segment.
  • The movements transition rather quickly so the workout seems shorter than it really is.
  • The upper routine is very challenging and contains a variety of push-up and plank inspired movements.  The dumbbells are used to mimic swan arm type of movements.
  • The lower routine is comprised of plies, releves, and countless of pulses.  It does a great job at working the hips, glutes, hamstrings, inner thighs, and more.
  • Instruction is not voice-over like the other DVDs.  Leah actually instructs and gives alternative modifications as she performs each exercise.
  • Great for beginners because it contains so many eclectic movements, so long as they go at their own pace and fitness level.
  • Makes you one sweaty dancer (wannabe) at the end of the workout!  It provides a good amount of cardiovascular benefits.

So there you have it!  I’ll be more than willing to answer any additional questions you may have so don’t be shy.  :)

What food or food products are new to you right now?

Do you actually like diner pancakes?

-Depends where it’s from and how hearty they are.


Ellie <33

Back to 1833

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And we are back! Alrighty, so we’ve actually been back since late Monday night from our super mini trip to Big Sur.  With all the speeding driving, hiking, and eating our way through Big Sur and Monterey,  a city about 40 minutes away from Big Sur which was our final destination, we came back home wiped out!  It was the good kind of wiped out though.  You know, the kind where you feel like you’ve earned your rest after the ultimate experience of being out in the wild, and then walking for several miles with a big ol’ belly that makes you feel like you’re walking with a weighted vest?  Haha!  I perceive you know what I mean by now. Smile


As soon as we arrived at the Monterey-Marriott hotel at around 7 o’clock, we quickly changed into our fancy date night outfits because Greg had made some reservations at a restaurant.

Fortunately, I found this simple yet beautiful dress at Destination Maternity last month while it was on sale.  Don’t be too surprised if you see this dress more than once on the blog, since I’ll probably wear it for upcoming events because I’m quite limited as to what I can wear as my stomach grows larger.


I have to be honest that man, I felt so feminine and somewhat presentable in this dress, as I hadn’t felt like that in a long time!  I’m not sure if other expectant women feel the same way as often as I do, but it’s definitely not easy getting used to not feeling very ‘feminine’ during these 9 months of carrying my blessed bundle of joy.  Read:  feeling like a penguin ready to pop out of my leggings. Smile with tongue out  Of course, those are just my own thoughts and perception.


Greg reserved a cute and romantic spot for us at a placed called Restaurant 1833, which is located at the end of the downtown strip of the charming little city.  As you can tell from the picture above and the unique name of the restaurant, this location is rather captivating because of its rustic feel.  Everything seems to have been kept the same since the year 1833, except of course, they have maintained the place very clean and up to date in terms of necessary facilities and furnishings.



Restaurant 1833’s weekly menu is an extensive one, but since we were there on Sunday night, they gave us a condensed one instead.  I actually liked the fact that I didn’t have to overwhelm myself with too many menu items!


Every server that we came in contact with raved about their famous fried chicken.  Fried chicken?!  In a fancy place like this?!  Yep folks, it seems to be a hit with all of their customers and naturally, Greg couldn’t pass up on that opportunity to try one of the best friend chicken dishes ever.  As soon as we ordered our food our amazingly knowledgeable and kind waiter brought us deviled eggs.  Now, I love eggs in all shapes and sizes and Greg does not, so he made me suggested that I eat them both.  Yep, he totally had to force me to do that.  (Note the sarcasm, hehe)


Our order of small plates consisted of these ooey gooey bacon and cheddar biscuits!  They were pillowy like a soft cloud and perfectly savory with tiny pieces of bacon studded into the batter, and bacon is not even something I’m crazy about when I eat it by itself!  But much to my surprise I have to admit that the bacon is what made these biscuits taste so unique.


So Greg got his herb-y fried chicken placed on a bed of gritty corn bread.  Although we’re not used to eating foods quite this heavy, let alone so gloriously dripping in oil, we have to admit that it was one of the best fried chicken dishes we’ve had!  The texture of the skin was so perfectly crispy and full of flavor, and the meat was so tender that it literally slid off the bone.


I went with this delicious Cod fish that had a base of Yukon potatoes, tomatoes and mussels all simmered in a reduced sauce that tasted like corn chowder.

Both of us highly recommend this place to anyone visiting Monterey!

Out in Nature

On Monday morning we headed out to Big Sur to do some hiking and exploring out in nature.

Since we wanted a lighter option for lunch, we stopped by Subway to get a sandwich for Greg and a refreshing salad for me.



Our original plan was to go down to the shore and then hike our way through the Julia Pfeiffer trail to enjoy some beautiful waterfalls!  But then things got super confusing once we got there and ended up going on the Pfeiffer Falls trail!  Big difference you guys, so if you plan on seeing some really pretty waterfalls, we recommend that you don’t get the two hiking routes mixed up.  Smile with tongue out


Even so, we managed to have a wonderful time talking about life, laughing about the silliest things, smelling the blossoming greenery, and taking in all of our surroundings.


This was Greg’s face after we found out that we arrived at the wrong waterfall, hah!  It was so tiny that when we were making our way back down and a group of hikers asked us if this was the path to the waterfalls, Greg’s response was, “well, if you can even call it a waterfall”, and they just cracked up!  They thanked him for setting their expectations straight before they even got to their destination.

Now I can’t believe how fast this week is flying by!  I hope it slows down a bit because I still have things to catch up on.

Do you prefer rustic type settings or more modernized restaurants?

Any interesting stories about hiking?

-Greg and I always manage to get lost somehow.


Ellie <33

Green Tooth, Sweet Tooth

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Somebody has been slacking when it comes to joining Jenn’s WIAW editions, and I don’t have the slightest idea of who that might be. Smile I just realized today that the latest What I Ate Wednesday series has to do with keeping it green and healthy.  I was pretty excited about that because I’m all for healthy eating and getting in as many vegetables in our bodies as possible!  But let’s remember that in the end, the definition of being healthy means that moderation and holistic health are far more important than obsessing about eating 100% clean.  Sure, I believe that there’s a time and place for going 100% “clean” with our eating habits for various personal reasons, and after all, it is a good way to keep our bodies cleansed from time to time, but enjoying the small things in life like these devilishly cute cupcakes every now and then is healthy for both mind and soul.


What’s the point of striving for health if we can’t let ourselves have some fun while we’re at it, right?  And these cupcakes?  I’ll get to them in a minute.

As it turns out, I finally gave in to everyone’s advice and got myself a Snoogle pillow last weekend.  I have to be honest and say that for the most part it has been doing wonders for my sleep and I was able to catch up on some zzzzz’s for at least 2 nights in a row.  However, last night was a whole different story.  As with everything else that I’ve been blaming on my pregnancy hormones, I’m also blaming those same hormones for my tossing and turning and getting merely 2 hours of sleep last night—maybe 3 hours, but that’s about it.  If you saw me at work today you would have been kind of worried for me, haha.  But I just kept praying and pressing on for physical and mental strength because I knew I couldn’t do it on my own.

Lately I’ve been loving freshly squeezed juice after dinner, because it helps prevent any bit of queasiness or indigestion that I might experience afterwards.


Particularly grapefruit juice!  Last week I scored some big honkin’, juicy grapefruits at the Filipino market where they were on sale at 3 for $1!  Mmm-hmmm.



Luckily I was being quite the planner last night despite my type AB personality.  I whipped up a creamy bowl of overnight oats and started cooking some chicken in the crockpot.  Now, you have to give me some credit for doing all this because I’m far from being a planner and I SO wish that I was more of an A-type individual.  Smile with tongue out

The oatmeal bowl consisted of:

  • 1/3 C oats
  • splash of milk+water
  • chia seeds
  • mashed banana
  • frozen blueberries
  • Artisana coconut butter
  • granola
  • peanut butter+Greg’s Reese’s cereal


I always pack my lunch whenever I go to work because it saves me money and allows me to consume as many vegetables as possible.


I had a little bit of Chipotle leftovers from another day, so I mixed it with some roasted brussel sprouts, tomatoes, avocado, and gouda cheese.  It was such a satisfying and heart-healthy meal!

And since my favorite cupcake shop is located just about two blocks away from work, I stopped by to try their key lime and s’mores cupcake.  I had a few bites of each and took the rest home for Greg.


I’ve got three words for you guys—they were amazing!  The key lime wasn’t as strong as I’d like it to be, but it was still finger lickin’ good.



By the time that 4 o’clock rolled around, I was pretty hungry so I refueled myself with Chobani’s new pear flavor.



I mentioned yesterday that our 1 year anniversary is coming up this weekend, and if you recall the time that we came back from our honeymoon in Kauai, I wasted no time in remaking the most amazing quesadilla ever, which is what I ordered at one of the restaurants and have been dreaming of since!  Lately the more I think about our anniversary, the more I miss those pulled chicken quesadillas, so I used this recipe last night to make the pulled chicken in the crock pot.  Dinner came together in a flash tonight after I was done with work thanks to the crock pot,because all I had to do was warm up some tortillas on the skillet, toss in some cheddar along with the meat, flatten, flip, and voila!  And of course, we had to have some guacamole to top it off. Open-mouthed smile  I was quite proud of all the energy I had since I was even able to make some more for the young people at church, yay!

I hope you have a beautiful day guys and keep it cool!

Have you been adopting the ‘moderation’ philosophy of eating, or do you go to one extreme or the other?

What dish reminds you of a special time or a trip with your loved ones?


Ellie <33

Date Night

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As I’ve mentioned in other posts, Monday is usually date night for me and Greg, and I can happily say that 99% of the time we’ve been really good at keeping it that way!  Even if we have other important things to take care of, which we end up doing earlier in the day anyway, we still do our best to at least go out to dinner or take a walk wherever the road leads.  Of course, date night is never a forced aspect of our marriage because we truly do enjoy it and look forward to it each week, and besides, delicious food is always present!  So what’s not to like? Winking smile DSC05799

Woops!  Caught him chewing his food.  But he’s still so handsome Winking smile

Yesterday was no different as we made our way to the Third Street Promenade in Santa Monica without a real set plan.  We kept it simple by satisfying our craving for a basic—but delicious nonetheless—American meal at Johnny Rockets.  Although I’ve never been the biggest fan of burgers and the all too popular classic American meal, lately I’ve been more than okay with having it whenever my stomach feels like it could handle all the meat [and potatoes] and bread, especially if Greg is craving it!  Boy, he must be happy about my pregnancy because it’s making me do and eat things that I wouldn’t otherwise!


Greg ordered a regular cheeseburger while I went with something spicy.  Of course.

I got The Houston burger, which is basically a regular burger sandwiching their oh-so-perfectly-thick patty with all the fix-ins plus spicy jalapenos and a good measure of their special buffalo sauce.  I always like to order those kinds of special sauces on the side though, so that way I can control how much goes in it.  And obviously, I just had to ask for lots of mustard since I kind of can’t live without it.  We were both more than satisfied with our food as it hit the spot, and I'm pretty sure Selah didn't complain either.

After walking through the Promenade and popping into several stores like Zara, Guess, Aldo, and some men’s shoe stores, we both ended up wanting quite a few items that are out of our budget, not to mention that it really made me miss regular clothing!  Although I’m extremely grateful for this pregnancy and Selah’s arrival in June, I also can’t lie that I’m looking forward to feeling normal again…and wearing regular clothes again… Smile

Anyway, coming back from that tangent.


This plate of fluffy deliciousness was also consumed last night.  We decided to have dessert at Café Crepe and devoured a crepe with nutella, banana, and hazelnut chunks!  The chunks truly made this dish in my opinion, and the vanilla ice cream balanced it out.  This reminds me…sometime soon I should make my healthy buckwheat crepes for breakfast!  I guess I will be going on a crepe excursion very soon because I haven’t had those in way too long.

Last night was a simple but great evening full of walking, talking, and people watching, which is pretty much what we love to do anyway!  I know, we’re so wild.


This morning I toasted two waffles topped with sunflower seed butter, coconut butter, greek yogurt, and fruit.  On the side I had a strip of turkey bacon.  Great way to start the day if you’re trying to save some time in my opinion.

1 Year Anniversary

Oh my goodness I cannot believe how fast time flies!  I feel like I got sucked into some warp zone where I got married yesterday and got spit back out today, haha.

We actually got married last year on March 24th and this coming Sunday will mark our 1ST ANNIVERSARY!!!  We’re planning to drive up to Big Sur on Saturday afternoon and come back on Monday; however, things are getting a bit complicated in our personal lives (not our relationship, other stuff) and we’re now hoping that things work out in favor of this trip as I have reserved the hotel and everything.  We’re just trying to make the best of our situation and thank God despite any circumstances, even if it means us potentially not going anywhere far.  Either way (and thankfully so), we enjoy each other’s presence more and more with each passing day, and I feel like that in itself disproves any claim that marriages will eventually end up growing cold and less “fun” 5 years from now.  Sure, things will inevitably happen and we’re still newlyweds, so we haven’t seen things that older couples may have experienced, but we’re firm believers that marriage should/can be just as wonderful 20 years from now as it was on the day that we said ‘I do’ on March 24, 2013.  We have no doubt that with God as the center of our lives this marriage can only thrive from here on out.  Although no marriage out there is perfect, including ours, we’ve learned that it’s the LITTLE things that truly make a HUGE difference!  A simple “I’m so proud of how far you’ve come”, a nice chat on the couch, or even a nice home cooked meal together can make such a monumental difference in keeping the marriage sweet.  Smile  I may still be young, but that’s what I’ve witnessed in old couples that I admire as well!  Now, that has to have some truth to it don’t you think?

So we’re crossing our fingers that we can go up to Big Sur, but if that doesn’t happen, oh well.

Do you enjoy classic American meals, or are you more of the variety type of person?

-I’m definitely a lover of variety!  But lately simple foods like burgers have been more than welcome!

Do you believe that marriages and relationships can grow sweeter through the years?  I hope so!


Ellie <33

First Time Foods

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Everybody has an experience of ‘firsts’ every now and then, whether it be your first time trying Indian food, taking your workouts outside, or something even as monumental as being pregnant with your first child.  Welp, today I want to talk about a few awesome things that happen to be my firsts as seemingly small as they may be!  Open-mouthed smile iceddrink

BAM!!!  Let’s please take a moment of silence and behold this beauty that we deem to be the Caramel Macchiato over ice.  Oh my word.  How come I’ve never tried this gloriously creamy and most refreshing drink?!  Oh yeah, that’s because I was never a fan of sweet drinks to begin with, let alone if they constituted of gazillion ingredients that would do nothing but hurt my taste buds and mask the taste of true coffee.  No one messes with my coffee and cappuccinos because you see, I’m a purist when it comes to my beloved caffeine addiction…That is until now that I’m pregnant, and until just this morning when I saw the tempting drinks that Katie and Courtney allured my sweet-drink-virgin-eyes with. Smile

I guess some food/drink preferences have drastically changed in me now that I have Selah living in my stomach, but we’ll see how long that will last.  Haha!  I ordered the drink just about 30 minutes ago and I’m still sipping on it as I type because it’s still too sweet for me despite my request for “less caramel”.  I’m actually waiting for my car to be serviced at the Honda center in Buena Park (right around my parents’ hood) and since there’s a Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf about a block away I decided to be un-American and walk to CBTL!  I’m kind of amazed that I walked on the streets of Orange County because that rarely happens for those of us who own a car.  It’s actually kind of sad that in most of the U.S.  we barely get to walk outside, and the only daily walk we might get is from the garage to the car and to the store.  That is, if we’re lucky…


After a filling hot oatmeal breakfast I had a glass of homemade fruit+veggie juice.  I used my trusty Breville juicer two nights ago to make a huge pitcher of fresh, healthy juice.  This mixture contains really sweet grapefruit, apple, kale, celery, and carrot.  It’s still a bit more on the tart and bitter-ish side due to the grapefruit, but it’s super refreshing and helpful for my digestion—not to mention the fact that I’m trying to cleanse my system because I can only take so many days of irregularity.


Lunch today consisted of a large salad plate with Trader Joe’s organic baked tofu (so delicious!), a pan fried egg, cheddar, tomato, avocado, balsamic vinaigrette, and one of my favorite additions to any salad—slices of pepperoccini.  I loved the addition of TJ’s baked tofu in my salad because as you know I’m an omnivore and not at all vegan or vegetarian, so it’s really nice to be able to switch up the protein for some meals because let’s face it, who likes to eat meat for EVERY SINGLE MEAL every single day?  Not I, that’s for sure. Smile


And this is how big my belly has gotten lately!  I think Selah is going through a major growth spurt right now because there are days when I have trouble with swift mobility and I definitely feel bigger and heavier in my stomach area.  Hmmm I think I might be hitting that stage where I’ll start waddling like a penguin.

Sleeping has been quite the challenge because I’ve been struggling to actually fall asleep and sometimes my body gets super restless!  I’m also thinking that I can’t sleep with a regular couch pillow between my knees anymore, and I’ll just have to suck it up and spend some money to buy a Snoogle.

Aside from my terrible sleep pattern, everything has been rather smooth with this pregnancy.  I haven’t spotted any stretch marks [yet] and I’m hoping to keep it that way by faithfully lathering some Mustela Double-Action cream after seeing Veronika’s rave about the product!  Something about the non-sticky and easy to rub consistency makes me actually want to slap it on my skin, and the smell reminds me of an Argentinean sunscreen that I used to wear as a child!  Hehe, I love those little memories.

Have a glorious day and talk to you soon.  Peace!

What’s your go-to drink order at coffee shops?

How do you get your protein everyday?  Do you tend to switch things up a lot?

Any suggestions to sleep better for this sleep deprived pregnant woman? : )


Ellie <33

Completely Baked

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DSC05787 Last night after work I drove through the traffic of Torrance and L.A. to meet my two good friends, Sena and Grace, whom I’ve known ever since I came to the states at the ripe young age of 12.  It seems like whenever we get together there’s just so much to talk about that we jump from subject to subject till we wonder to ourselves how in the world we got to talking about insects, and sometimes that kind of topic will follow a much more deeper topic like relationships and faith.  Haha!  I’m kind of curious if you guys can relate to that as well…Open-mouthed smile

Grace chose a joint called Arashi Sushi which is located around the Staples Center area.  Arashi gives off a rather relaxing yet fun atmosphere, where the waiters are very friendly and welcoming to the customers; our waiter definitely had those qualities.  It turns out that Grace is not a fan of raw fish at all and I was quite flabbergasted at the thought that she could have as much of it as she wanted, while I could only have the cooked rolls!  I mean, how could she do this to me?

*Cue the violins*

We pretty much spent a whole five minutes going back and forth with our waiter by asking him, “Is this baked or fully cooked? How about this one?  Ohhh well, this one?” Thankfully he was more than willing to help out with those recommendations because some dishes that are completely baked actually contain a tiny bit of raw spicy tuna, so I went with the dish that I will show you down below.


We all started off with a shared appetizer of spicy sauted calamari.  We loved every bite because of the bold flavors from the soy sauce and the spices, as well as the lovely texture coming from the green onions and jalapenos.  Those two combined together is one of my favorite combos!  It oddly tasted a lot like a Korean side dish, but we definitely didn’t mind because it was finger-lickin’ good.



We were ravenous by the time our rolls came out so I forgot to snap the other rolls the girls ordered!  Smile with tongue out  We actually got 5 cooked rolls and shared most of them, and the one I decided on was the beauty up on top.  I got the baced caterpillar roll which had cucumber, eel, and a hearty amount of avocado on top.  This is one of the “fresher” baked rolls that I recommend for anyone who doesn’t want all the frilly fried stuff.

By the time I got home I was feeling really full and indigested, which is a common occurrence for me whether I’m pregnant or not.  Fortunately, I’ve recently discovered that I’m loving tart, zesty drinks more than ever before because they’re refreshing and help me digest a lot faster!  So last night I went ahead and squeezed some HUGE grapefruits that Greg’s parents brought us from their stay in Arizona, where they went right before meeting us here.  And now I think I’ve found one of my new favorite things to drink besides water and the occasional caffeine—grapefruit juice!  It’s good for the soul, my friends.



This morning I had another glass of grapefruit juice alongside some hearty oats made with frozen banana, blueberries, egg whites, and chia seeds.  The chocolatey goodness up on top is a fudgy dessert that I made with coconut butter last week.

And once again, thank you guys for the input on the topic of pregnancy weight gain!  It’s very comforting to know that the numbers suggested by the doctor are merely a guideline to go by and not necessarily what determines a mother’s and her baby’s health.  I guess I sort of knew the answer, but after reading countless of books and articles stating the dangers of it kind of freaked me out!

Have a blessed day guys!

What food or drink “epiphanies” have you had lately?

Do you prefer raw or cooked fish?

-raw is my favorite, but cooked is a close second since fish is my fave food ever.


Ellie <33