I think in a different life, I’d be an herb farmer. There’s something so dreamy about being surrounded by herbs and I’ve found that it’s about the only thing I can easily grow in our small patio garden. If I’m having a stressful day, I walk outside and pick a bit of marjoram to rub [...]Read More »
One of the scenes in Arthurian legend I love the most is when Arthur first declares peace in a unified Britain. He’s standing on a hilltop with all of his knights, battered and exhausted, but…Read More »
It’s always hard to choose favorite produce during each season because I love experimenting with all the different flavors and textures. However, during the fall, sweet potatoes become the staple for a solid amount of meals. Sweet potatoes are affordable and can be turned into almost any type of meal or snack you might be [...]Read More »
What you do after a race is just as important as your pre-run training. Here, expert advice on how to recover smart.
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From accurate splits to recovery-boosting Sleep Stages, find out all the ways Fitbit can help you peak for your A-race.
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There are a few meals meals on which my husband and I can always agree. One of the easiest decisions: fritters. There’s something wonderful about fritters. It might be the ability to make fritters out of almost anything or the fact that you can toss in herbs, grains, and cheese. I think it’s the fact [...]
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With the weather cooling down, learn how to take your summer run indoors without sacrificing difficulty or excitement.
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One of the reasons I tout cooking in small batches of components is because it makes meals super simple and fast. Take for example, this romesco polenta. It seems like I always have romesco on hand (it’s a favorite in our house) and this millet polenta is fast to whip up or reheat. Combine the [...]Read More »