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Recycling Tips and Tricks
My Own Transformation Tuesday

I’ve thought about sharing this for a while. But the fear of putting an incredibly unflattering photo of myself up on the Internet — where it can live forever and ever — got the best fo me.

Then last week, I stood up in front of a huge room of professionals at Life Time and watched as my ‘before’ photo came up on a huge projector in the front of the room.

Everyone gasped.

I’m kidding, of course they didn’t.

But I kind of thought they might. Because my connection to that 'person’ was so distorted, so damaged. My connection to my body and my weight, the history of that is way too long to go into in a blog post (I’m thinking of recording a podcast this week about it). But I have been pretty unkind to my body over the years. Not just physically but mentally, too. And it is a daily battle. Anyone who has struggled with distorted body image, unhealthy eating habits, over-exercising knows how quickly ‘being good’ can go down the drain.

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Meal Prepping 101: How To Simply Get Started

Meal prepping has played a huge role in changing my relationship with food — more on that later — and I felt so lucky to get to share some of my favorite tips on The Jason Show.

Where do you land? Are you a meal prepping expert, do you fall right in the middle or are you someone who needs to add some meal prepping baby steps into your life? Overwhelmed? Just start where you are.

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Easy Ways to Impress Your Guests on Easter

I love hosting parties at our home. But I don’t love the added stress that comes with it. So I came up with some easy ways to impress your guests while still keeping your sanity.

Add some of these into your rotation this Easter weekend!

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What I’m Eating This Week — February 4th
A Cozy Night In With Hot Oil Fondue

Hot oil fondue has been a family tradition my entire life. Every Christmas, we settle in for a long night of cooking meat and veggies in hot oil pots. We’ll have salad and bread, what seems like a million dipping sauces. It’s a slow process — so slow, we typically open gifts while we eat. It is a perfect cozy night in and I love it so freaking much.

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