I first would like to apologize for being neglectful to my followers. As many of you know life gets in the way.
So this weather the past few days sure doesn’t feel like fall is coming. I must admit I am enjoying soaking up every last bit of the warmth and enjoying my summer clothes and flip-flops! I have been enjoying outdoor activities like running, biking and paddle boarding. I must give credit where credit is due theses humid hot days running outside is torture to me…so for all of you who get out there and run you are my hero! I am happy to report I am really liking avocado and especially guacamole. It’s good to try new things especially being open to things your thought you couldn’t possibly like.
So although the weather hasn’t cooled down quite yet your mind might be doing the dance of joy for the upcoming baggy sweaters and sweat shirts but don’t allow the fall clothes to keep you from your journey. Summer gives us a bit more perspective because squeezing into shorts and a tank top can be eye opening. Putting on a baggy sweater and comfy pants can convince you to sit down and enjoy a bowl of ice cream. Stay on your healthy journey and find some great new recipes. Get out there and walk, run, bike, walk the dog. Enjoy the fall weather before the real cold comes. Keep your body in the healthiest shape you possibly can. If you fuel your body properly and add exercise where you can you will sleep better, feel great and overall just be happier. Think of your body like a furnace. Fuel your body with lean protein, good carbs, veggies, good fats and fruits. This combined with activity you will see that your body will be like a constant burning furnace. Keep in mind your portion control and eating every 3 hours. Choose a realistic time to stop your food intake in the evening.
This is a journey. Remain on your journey regardless of any slips. This is a journey about you. About being a healthy you. Do this because you believe in yourself. Do this because you can. You can so you will!
I love this soup! I don’t add cheese and saute in coconut oil and add a touch of olive oil:) Hope you like it as much as I do. Who doesn’t love a crockpot recipe!