recipe: trailer trash guac

Happy Cinco de Mayo!! Here's a guac recipe -- RECIPE AT THE TOP ALWAYS. Ingredients: 2 or more avocados salsa (of any kind/brand) peel and pit your avos and put them in a bowl as you mash them, add in salsa until you have desired consistency and taste (for 2 avos, I would say at … Continue reading recipe: trailer trash guac

micro-dosing with sugar for an effective workout

I was sitting in my car this one time, eating chocolate chip cookies before teaching a spin class to get hyped up. That's when I realized I was micro-dosing with sugar in the same way someone might take a small amount of a drug (weed, 'shrooms, giggle pig) to feel the effects of it, but … Continue reading micro-dosing with sugar for an effective workout

recipe: trailer trash truffles

RECIPE AT THE TOP ALWAYS. Ingredients: leftover desserts chocolate for melting (leftover or otherwise) sprinkles for decorating and to make the truffles look less trailer-trash Take all leftover desserts out of your freezer -- for me, I had: a third of a Christmas Yule log cake about a quarter of a crepe layer-cake several handfuls … Continue reading recipe: trailer trash truffles

setting new (quarantine) routines

I've used the first few days of quarantine to deep-clean, to organize, to change our internet plan, and to do all the little projects that have been on my forever to-do list. It was on day three of quarantine while cleaning out the contents of the freezer (and clearing all the old Christmas cookies and … Continue reading setting new (quarantine) routines

make muffins, make the world a better place

While nursing a sickness and binge-watching the docuseries "Ancient Aliens" on Netflix last week, I turned to baking as a form of exercise. Sleep, wake up, prep a recipe, throw it in the oven, rest, take out of oven, sleep, repeat. (I realize this sounds like something I shouldn't do if I'm sick, but I … Continue reading make muffins, make the world a better place