I am a real pizza lover! And before I started to eat clean I backed my own home made pizza every time. And it was sooo delicious. When you take the fresh backed pizza out of the owen…it will fill your house with delightful smells.…Continue reading →
Training for a long distance race is not just about going out there and run. Several factors and conditions needs to be considered for a successful training. Here are some quick tips and lessons learnt based on my experience so far in half marathon training preparation.…Continue reading →
If you have ever tried the QUEST BAR protein bars, for sure you got addicted! It is just something that everybody should taste once! But what is all when you heat them up, or bake them? Well, they must know something! And that means, I must try it too!
The flavor escalate after the microwave. They turn into delicious, soft, warm something. Something which became immediately my Nr. 1 LOVE! ♡
So here it is, my very first Quest Bar Muffin turned out so AMAIZING, that I don’t miss the well known sugar bomb CINNABON rolls any more!…Continue reading →
It was a sunny Sunday morning. B and I woke up early, at 6am to prepare ourselves for the race. The day before, we did everything that the big book suggested to get our energy level the highest possible: carbo-loading in Vappiano, paid extra care to hydration, prepared the running clothes …Continue reading →
Oatmeal in Persian style
I was always a fun of all nations’ cuisine, especially the Middle East one! In Persia they have the so called Shole Zard dessert full of sugar. I loved it so much; however it does not fit into my recent healthy & clean eating habit.
But as a clean eater foodie, I am challenging myself to recreate the healthy version of my favorite foods. So I created this delicious oatmeal in a sunny morning.
The recipe is simple, based on my everyday oatmeal.
▪ 4 tbsp oat
▪ 1 tbsp rye flakes
▪ 1 tbsp wheat bran
▪ 1,5 dl any choice of milk
▪ 1 dl water
▪ 1 tbsp rose water
We have decided to share our adventures and challenges with you, hoping that along our way we may inspire or motivate some of you and also, selfishly, hoping that it gives us persistence in achieving our set goals and challenges.
We have realised the power of noting down your goals. It makes you actually taking steps toward your dreams. Why is that? The reason is because we are all human beings and want to avoid failure. And this is exactly why, making those resolutions are not easy but once they are made and written down on a paper black and white, you made a commitment to yourself and you do your best to achieve those goals.
I put down on a paper my bucketlist for 2013. I was very ruthless, I had goals that didn’t even seem realistic at that time but surprisingly, life was making the way toward my goals. Was it really life or me or possibly both? However, making a small step may trigger a series of events you could have never imagined to happen.
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