….Happy Holidays (#16)

I would like to think of myself of an experience meal prepper.....if there is something like a meal prepper. I believe the only way to survive is to meal prep. I've share my take on meal prep before on the blog and I still live by it. So over the weekend we visited our favourite … Continue reading ….Happy Holidays (#16)

….Happy Holidays (#15)

What would your Christmas lunch be without the vegetables and other strange side dishes. Most of the traditional side dishes we hate... I think Micheal McIntyre summed it up perfectly. In South Africa with the African sun, side dishes mainly consist of salads - or at least for our family. the traditional, pasta salad, potato … Continue reading ….Happy Holidays (#15)

….Happy Holidays (#13)

Holidays should be all about traditions. Whether they are old or new, it doesn't matter. Some of my fondest memories from my childhood is about those family traditions. Over the years we have developed a few family traditions of our own. Our first tradition we started was long before low carb. A day of celebration … Continue reading ….Happy Holidays (#13)

….Happy Holidays (#10)

We all know the saying - healthy body, healthy mind. I totally believe this is true. Staying active during the holiday season seems like a drag - let's be honest - if you are not training for a marathon or compete in a fitness competition, why would you visit the gym or work out everyday. … Continue reading ….Happy Holidays (#10)