what's good around the web + weekly meal plan // the muffin myth

what’s good around the web + weekly meal plan

Hi folks! I hope the week has treated you well. We’ve had glorious weather all week in Stockholm until today, the first day of spring, which was greeted with snow. Typical! Ah well, I’m in the mood for doing big fat nothing this weekend, so hopefully the gloomy weather will be rewarded with some cozy… 

Read More »

what's good around the web + weekly meal plan // the muffin myth

what’s good around the web + weekly meal plan

Hi from NYC! The theme of this past week has been walk, eat, and repeat. I’ve got a pedometer app on my phone and have been tracking our steps each day, and we’ve clocked in some pretty good mileage. On Wednesday we did an epic walk from the East Village, over the Williamsburg bridge, into… 

Read More »

what's good around the web + weekly meal plan // the muffin myth

what’s good around the web

Happy Friday, folks! There’s no meal plan this week because tomorrow morning I’m leaving on a jet plane for New York City!!! It’s my first time there and I’m beyond excited. I’m meeting one of my best friends in the entire world there (it’s half way between Vancouver and Stockholm), and we get to spend… 

Read More »

what's good around the web + weekly meal plan // the muffin myth

what’s good around the web + weekly meal plan

I flipped back through my notebook this morning and realized that I started writing these meal plans exactly one year ago! I didn’t start sharing them here until towards the end of April, but was sketching them out for myself and sharing them on instagram. It was interesting to flip back and what I’d been… 

Read More »

what's good around the web + weekly meal plan // the muffin myth

what’s good around the web + weekly meal plan

How bonkers is it that this is the last meal plan for February?! I’ve decided this week to practice what I preach and I’m making some of the same meals that I’ve put on a recent meal plan for a client. A big bowl of roasted vegetables, chickpeas, and a bit of quinoa. So simple,… 

Read More »