Keto = 80% fat, 15% protein, 5% carbs I am publishing this partially written because I wanted to get *something* up today. After catching up on the last few weeks, during which I fell off because I was failing the slow carb diet but also because I got busy with work and life, I am … Continue reading Keto Diet – Week 1
Tips for Traveling
As a dietitian in Washington, DC, many of my clients have some amount of travel associated with their job. Whether traveling 10% of the time or upwards of 50% of the time, there are a few tenets to take into account when eating healthfully on the road (or in the sky). You have to, HAVE … Continue reading Tips for Traveling
Intro In the middle of January, I spent time in both Lyon and Dijon. Here I'll discuss how I spent my time in each place, and of course what I ate and some foodie-related tidbits about each city. LYON (Jan 12-17) After a relaxing 8 days in Nice, I hopped a train to Lyon to … Continue reading Lyon, Dijon
I left Barcelona really early in the morning on January 3rd to catch a flight to France. After a strange layover in Munich where a man screamed at me and called me “nuts” for walking past him on the escalator, then another man asked to see my passport while buying a bottle of water, it … Continue reading Nice
Venice, Florence, Rome
Here is a timeline with some pictures from my wonderful 11 days in Italy, which was not nearly enough time! Click each city to jump around if you like 🙂 Cities Venice Florence Rome Venice Sunday 12/18 - The bus from Munich took all day because we stopped roughly every two hours for 15 minute … Continue reading Venice, Florence, Rome
(Pictures coming) I had a great time during my week in Munich. There was lots of time for me to relax as well as plenty of time to take in the sites and even make a day trip to a famous castle! Read on for my timeline in this beautiful city, which I will update … Continue reading Munich
Leipzig -> Nuremberg -> Heidelberg
Introduction - On this post I will feature highlights from my travels to the smaller cities in mid-Deutschland. Some may consider my trek through Germany a "Christmas Tour", and I did attend the Christkindlmarkt / Weinachtsmarkt in each town. This was a good way to experience the differences of each region. For instance Nuremberg's market … Continue reading Leipzig -> Nuremberg -> Heidelberg
It's been a while since I published "Armenia"... And I've been in Berlin for over a week now. Honestly I've been having issues with integrating photos from my phone and camera onto the Mac Book in a way that lets me organize them the way I want, then more issues figuring out some things on … Continue reading Copenhagen
I spent eight days in Armenia, visiting my sister who is in the Peace Corps. I took a lot of pictures, and instead of writing multiple posts (which I had planned to do), I decided to spend more quality time with my sister and her wonderful Peace Corps Volunteer (PCV) friends. So, this is a … Continue reading Armenia
The First Post!
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