Grain Free Sundried Tomato & Basil Fritters

April 2, 2014

We are in the middle of a recovery/rest week. Yes, it feels good. In order to keep the recovering process going, we need to eat well. Recovery foods are crucial for athletes (you are an athlete), and one of our favorite go to recovery foods is Daisy cottage cheese. Real ingredients, no additives or thickeners, […]

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Why You Need More than One REST DAY

April 1, 2014

It’s early. I’m up. I’m always up early. I like my “coffee time and reading” before the day starts. But this week I’m liking it even more. It’s rest week. Not day, week. Actually 2 weeks for the Kiwi. That means there is less rush in the morning. That means I only teach one class […]

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PB Coconut Trail Mix Healthy Bites Recipe and Giveaway

March 31, 2014

I have this little problem. You see, I’ve be making a lot of Healthy Bites for my local customers and kind of got carried away with creating new flavors. That’s what happens when they ask for a “you decide for me” type of order. So yes, it’s a problem because I had a very hard […]

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Fitness Friday: Taking your Workout Outdoors

March 28, 2014

Okay, I think Spring is here to stay. We hit 80F twice this week, which means we’ve been training outdoors almost everyday. That’s a good feeling (minus the allergies). Don’t be jealous, come June it will be 100F in Texas and I’ll be cursing the humidity and hibernating indoors after 10am. Ha ha. The poor […]

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3 Gluten Free Recovery Snacks for Coffee Lovers

March 26, 2014

This week and next week have some pretty crucial recovery days for the kiwi. Why? Well, race season is about here. I can’t believe it, but his first race of the season is just a week away. That means he needs to train smart and recover properly in order to stay SHARP and HEALTHY! And […]

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Savoring Springtime Suppers

March 24, 2014

The first few days of Spring have been all about savoring. We had my father in law in town from New Zealand and soaked up every minute of family time we could. No agenda. No rush. No plan. No worries. That’s the one of the many things I really enjoy about these Crazy Cotters. There […]

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Why Barre Workouts WORK

March 21, 2014

Happy Friday! Glad we made it. Today I have convinced my lovely blend Jolene to write a second guest post on the Benefits of Barre workouts. Well after that post, I had the chance to stay with Jolene and take one of her classes. I adored it (and her teaching)! And I felt worked, but […]

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More Tips for Kombucha Brewing and a Kombucha Kamp Giveaway

March 19, 2014

Okay here we go! Another Kombucha post. But this one will definitely benefit you, promise! Stay with me here. So remember how I’ve professed my love for Kombucha and it’s health benefits in this post? And how I shared the Scoby making tutorial and Brewing process? Well if you didn’t, it’s okay, you’ll get it […]

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Bolder Blogging: Writing with Intention

March 18, 2014

If you asked me what my “blogging intention” was 5 (almost 6) years ago, it would be pretty simple. To share gluten free recipes that I make for my hungry and hard training triathlete husband. Yes, that’s how it all started. I’d get recipe requests from his fellow triathletes and friends to post them. Gosh, […]

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Good for You Green Recipe Round Up

March 17, 2014

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! If you’re like most, you might have celebrated a wee bit this past weekend. Hence the GOOD for YOU Green recipe round up today (recovery meals). But if you’re like me, you spent your weekend recovering from a tiring previous week, and still need these recipes. Win-win situation, yes? So I […]

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