Namely You

Chocolate Covered Cherries

Have you ever been the recipient of one of those boxes of super sweet, chocolate covered cherries and found yourself feeling less than thrilled about it? Well, this is my fresh and fantastic take on a new way to serve Chocolate Covered Cherries - with dark chocolate and fresh cherries. You're gonna love it!

John Joseph Meat is for Pussies Book Review

John Joseph's latest book, Meat is for Pussies, is his own story of transformation from a punk rock icon who indulged daily in drugs, alcohol, and fast food to an Ironman triathlete dedicated to plant-based living. The book includes his own experience adapting to his new lifestyle and offers advice, recipes, and workout regimes for anyone looking to follow in his path. Enter for a chance to win a copy of the book for yourself.

Dreamy Green Tea Pistachio Drumsticks

My latest fetish of choice is green tea. It's sort of an obsession in the making because, although green tea is my drink of choice, I have yet to make too many recipes with it. Until today. Green Tea Pistachio Drumsticks. Creamy. Crunchy. Sweet. Delicious!

Turning Pro Tips: Li Na

Have you read Steven Pressfield's book, The War of Art? If so, you know he's written an entire section (and a separate book) on Turning Pro. So, I'm sharing a series of Turning Pro Tips featuring real-life pros from different walks of life with tips that have helped them take their passions…and their lives to the next level. Today's featured tips are from Li Na, China's tennis star who is currently ranked #2 in the world after winning her second Grand Slam tournament at the 2014 Australian Open.

It’s Not About Stopping

Disciplining yourself to stop eating can lead you down the road of deprivation. That's a perfect formula for yet another derailed diet. In today's post, I offer my top favorite tips for learning to listen to your body and succeed at achieving a healthier life!

Happy First Day of NaNoWriMo

November is the month of writing, according to the folks at NaNoWriMo. And, in fact, the people at BlogHer agree which is why they started NaBloPoMo. If you're already creatively prolific, you may not need these sorts of external deadlines to get you going, but for most of us (me included), having a little push from the outside can help. That's what today's post is all about.