“Paleo Treat.” It’s been a big buzz in the paleosphere these days and I typically live in my own little bubble, ignoring the big buzzes and focusing on taking the best care of my family that I can and using what’s left of my energy dedicated to running this little blog, working on books, and helping to run EPLifeFit. I love doing what I do.
What has happened in our past does not have to dictate our future. We can choose if we want to move forward. We can choose if we are worth it. We can choose if we want to be stuck. I used to find myself feeling as if the hand that life had dealt to me was simply “what it was” and that I was destined
*Note from Sarah: Coby. My oldest son. My teenage hero and the kid that keeps me sane when his little brothers are driving me crazy. I wish I could explain to you what Coby means to me but how could I? It’s like trying to explain the vast expanse of the universe, so I won’t even try. Anyway, I asked Coby a while ago if
Play is extremely important and play is NOT just for children. Even without kids of your own, playing is something we all need to make time for. What does play do? Play is a natural part of our existence and playing reminds us that life should be enjoyed and having our noses constantly to the grindstone does not produce the quality of life that we
I am beyond excited to announce that my new book, Paleo Pals: Jimmy and the Carrot Rocket Ship is now available for pre-order on Amazon!! Release date is scheduled for February 7th, 2012. I was inspired by my mom, Carol Purdy, to write this book. My mom was a children’s book author and her spirit has been my bright light during this amazing journey.
Living a paleo lifestyle, as with anything else that starts to become mainstream, will be accompanied by debate (can you say bacon?), differences of opinion, scrutiny, blatant sarcasm, humor, mean spiritedness, and politics. I have been asked by several people; what is my opinion about this, that, or the other, or are you ANGRY at something that might be happening, like the recent article spouting
Why do we push through the pain? In life, in a workout, at work, at home, with the kids, out with friends. We push through the physical and emotional pain that is inevitable in our lives because it’s a basic instinct for human survival. We slap on our smiles when we are sad, pick up the barbell again even when our arms have lost their
By request, over the last week I attempted to record our daily food and exercise for an entire week to share with you all. Last week was a big thumbs down in the exercise department. My husband and I both took it pretty easy after recovering from our Las Vegas trip and the previous week for me had been harder than normal as far as
It seems like an elusive concept. Kids eating veggies, meat, and healthy fats and enjoying it? Aren’t kids supposed to eat kid food? According to our media, kids will only eat foods that taste insanely sweet, salty, or comes neatly packaged in bright colored superhero boxes. I challenge you to consider this: Who made this rule and why are we supposed to follow it? Something