Our family escaped from smoky Northern California for the weekend to visit with awesome contributor here at Everyday Paleo and the other half of Everyday Paleo Lifestyle & Fitness, Jason Seib and his beautiful and wonderful wife Sheryl and their three precious girls. I’m so grateful for my family and friends, and this weekend has been a great reminder that there is simply nothing better than playing,
Many of you know that I have a book coming out and I am thrilled to announce that the actual release date will be April 25th!! If you have not yet pre-ordered from Amazon, now is the time!! My book has a good chance of making the New York Times Best Seller’s List, and with your help, we can hopefully make that happen and give
Hello dear friends! I made a guest appearance on The Paleo Solution Podcast over the weekend with Robb Wolf and Andy Deas. I had such an awesome time answering listeners questions so if you have a chance, check it out here. My time with Robb and Andy is a preview of sorts of what topics and questions I will be answering during my future podcasts
Here’s a fun food project for the weekend that’s sure to get you ready for the busy week ahead! On Saturday make an Easy and Amazing Roasted Chicken and eat it! Do NOT throw out the carcass or the juices from the roasting pan!! On Sunday, put the chicken carcass and the pan drippings into a large soup pot.
Currently, my entire life is revolving around the completion of the Everyday Paleo book – and I wanted to give you all an update! First, I want to thank each of you so much for your continued support and kind comments: I wish I had time to personally respond to everyone so please know that this big THANK YOU goes to everyone who has posted
Alright all you goal setters out there. Are you ready? Goal setting is great, I’m a big fan of the idea but I’m not a big fan of setting goals only at the New Year. I hate to be a party pooper, but statistically folks who decide to turn over a new leaf starting January 1 are usually setting themselves up for failure.
As a general rule, our family does not eat out during the week. Establishing this family “rule” has helped in many ways. We save money, we spend more time together at the table than time at a busy restaurant waiting for a table, and we eat healthier. On the weekends we will sometimes eat out once or twice and we have found a couple of