Some of you were probably already wondering where my monthly review of the Bulu Box was. I finally found the time to give write a little review of the March Bulu Box and I’m so excited to share with you what I found in there about a month ago. It’s always such an amazing feeling to get a new box delivered. I’m always very excited to see what’s in there and how it will affect my body. Continue reading
Today’s recipe is something that you can eat for breakfast, for lunch or as a regular snack. It’s sugar free, healthy and absolutely delish! It’s also really easy to make, so I recommend you to just try it out! For the people amongst you that are not a big fan of spinach, don’t worry because you barely taste the spinach in the little cakes! 😉 Continue reading
I won’t call myself a good cook, but I make the best breakfasts. Breakfast is my favorite meal of the day and I don’t only want to start the day with a breakfast that tastes good, I also want it to look good! I’m always pretty proud on my breakfast bowl creations and I like to share them on my social media too. I think it’s fun to always try to add different ingredients on regular oatmeal so I wanted to share with you which toppings I used for this bowl. Continue reading
I made some delicious and HEALTHY cookies! Don’t you love healthy alternatives for your favorite sweet threats? 😉 Continue reading
Between all the travel diaries, it’s time to post a healthy recipe that’s really easy to make and that’s perfect to either eat for breakfast or as a snack. You’ve probably heart about chia pudding, the new hype among people who are eating clean. Continue reading
Do you ever have cravings for a healthy snack that contains protein and that doesn’t make you feel guilty after eating it? I wanted to make a raw cheesecake for a while now, but I also wanted to use quest bars because since I’m a runner, I could use the extra protein from protein bars. I decided to combine the two things I wanted to make and what you see in the picture is the result of it! 😉 Continue reading
A little while ago, I decided for myself that I would start living a healthier lifestyle. Every since starting school, I have a pretty busy schedule. I take care of the baby during the day, rush to school in the nights, make sure I follow my running schedule 5 days a week and do homework whenever I find the time. When everything feels like a rush in your life (Don’t understand me wrong, I love the life I’m living and I chose to be so busy!), a good night of sleep is extremely important.
I have always been a bad sleeper. I used to barely need any sleep. I was ok with sleeping 6 hours a night, but after I got mono/Pfeiffer’s disease about 6 years ago, I started needing much more sleep, which was a hard thing for me. The amount of hours you sleep is part of your lifestyle and suddenly I had 2 hours less to be productive during the day. Continue reading