Salad for Breakfast? Rethinking Why We Eat, What We Eat, and When We Eat It

Early this morning, while standing in front of my open fridge, I decided I’d have a salad with tuna. Yes, I did say this morning. Stop the presses. Joyce just had tuna for BREAKFAST. I mean that’s weird, right? I felt like I broke some sort of unspoken rule. I’ve been around the health, fitness, and sports industries for a […]

The 3 P’s of a Healthy Life

Whatever is good for your soul…do that. ~ unknown I’ve never been one to follow the crowd. Even when I managed a gym, I wasn’t fond of promoting the newest fitness trend. Maybe it was just a personal go-against-the-grain kind of character trait or maybe I never really like the idea of telling everyone else […]

Pondering Life and BBQ Chicken #SandersonFarms

If you’re 20, you might feel like you have all the time in the world. I remember feeling that way myself. Time wasn’t something I really thought about in a deep way. But that was before I started collecting various responsibilities. Now time is something I seem to think about quite often these days. When […]

3 Healthy Reasons to Create Home Cooked Meals #SandersonFarms

Okay, I won’t sugar-coat it: most of us would prefer to grab a frozen pizza and pop it in the oven for 12 minutes rather than shop for and cook a meal that we will eat in a fraction of the time it took to make it. But there is so much more gained from […]

Let’s Get Personal – New Year’s Resolutions #SandersonFarms

I think New Year’s resolutions can be a great idea. The good intentions are there. It’s positive. And if you makes a change that’s healthy in your life, that’s a wonderful thing. Maybe our problem is that we choose broad goals with vague deadlines. Random lists of “Top Ten Changes for the New Year” is […]

How I Made the Best Grilled Chicken by Mistake #SandersonFarms

This weekend I made some really awesome chicken on the grill. It was sort of an accidental recipe. I placed the Sanderson Farms boneless chicken thighs in a ziploc, added olive oil, lemon and garlic pepper, garlic salt, and placed in the fridge to chill for a few hours. I thought I had a bottled […]