Got hangry? These 3 easy snacks are what you need to help keep hangry at bay and your brain fueled! My tip is to also keep snacks in your car or bag so you’ll be less tempted to hit the drive thru when hunger strikes!
- Homemade trail mix: unsweetened coconut, almonds, peanuts, cashews, dried fruit and dark chocolate. You can switch it up and add however much you want of each.
- Jerky/meat sticks. If you have a dehydrator and the time, you can make it yourself. Me? I like to buy them. My favorites are ones that don’t have added sugar and limited ingredients. Tillamook and Chomps are two brands I trust.
- Plantain chips. I’m a salty over sugar type person and love the good crunch of chip. Most are fried in canola oil which is a no go. Plantain chips that are fried in coconut oil are a great alternative.
If you're not sure where to find the highest quality version of these snacks, you should check out Thrive Market!
Thrive Market is my new favorite place to find healthy, natural products. Join me and save hundreds on your grocery bill every month -- never pay premium prices for premium products again!
Our brains - as amazing as they are - can sometimes be the obstacle standing in our way of reaching our goals... whatever the goals may be.
If you haven't heard of Mel Robbins' 5 Second Rule, I wanted to share it with you today.
Implementing the 5 Second Rule in our lives may be exactly what we need when we are aiming to make a change or reaching for a goal.
Check out the 5 Second Rule by clicking the link below. Then, I'd love to hear your thoughts on it!
Always good to bring back a favorite! Because I don’t know about you, sometimes I forget things that work for me! If I get out of the habit, then I just forget!!
The Pomodoro method is fantastic for time management and productivity.
The method is easy.
25 minutes of work.
5 minutes of break.
Do you use the Pomodoro method?
Something we don’t talk about often but I believe is huge for your well-being. Volunteer work.
Volunteering is a mood booster and a great way to meet more people who might have things in common with you!
Example: if you are volunteering at the dog shelter, you probably love dogs/cats and will meet others who love dog/cats!
Do you enjoy volunteering?