Last weekend, I took my first ever "momcation" and visited my friend Sylvia in Montreal. Having a weekend away not only allowed me to recharge and reconnect with myself, but I was able to catch up on some much needed R &R! Here's a look at some of the highlights of my trip! I unleashed my inner foodie. In the last few years, even though I've changed my perspective about food and have developed healthier eating habits, I also recognize the importance of enjoying yourself. . . .
This past weekend was jam packed with Passover AND Easter celebrations. Celebrating both holidays can sometimes be complicated (I'm Jewish, my husband is not) but over the years, Adam and I have embraced the convergence of both our religions. With Passover and Easter landing on the same weekend, Adam and I were determined to honour each day equally.First stop: my parents home for the second night seder. The SederThe Seder is a traditional meal that takes place on the first and second . . .
When it comes to dining out on Weight Watchers, I'm a bit of a rebel. Sometimes, I don't feel like tracking. And you know, that's okay. Hear me out. Since embarking on this health journey, I have found eating in restaurants to be complicated. On the one hand, of course I want to stay on track. But guess what? I don't want to be THAT girl who takes an hour to order. We're often told in our meetings that dining out can be easy if you plan your trip, research the menu, figure out . . .
Happy Monday everyone! I am writing this post Oscars and with a full hangover. A sugar hangover that is, but I'll get to that in a moment. First things first! Some of you have been wondering where the Weight Watchers updates have been so here it is: YES! Of course I'm still on weight watchers. Thank you so much for checking in and keeping me on my toes (you know who you are). I know it has been a while since I've done a detailed update but I'm happy to report I've still . . .