The One Breakfast Meal You’re Not Eating But Should Be

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You know how much we love our big-ass salads. So a giant, filling breakfast salad?! Well, that certainly got our attention. The full breakfast salad recipe is over at Fit Bottomed Eats, but , guys, it's brilliant. Sure it does take a little more planning and is probably best suited to a …
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Rock the Crock This Fall and Win!

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This is a sponsored post brought to you by S&W Beans. We received free product and were compensated for this post. For our sponsored post policy, click here. It’s officially chili season! While slow cookers are awesome year round, fall just seems like the best time to bust them out! They’re …
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Healthy Lunch Ideas for Work That Are Anything But Boring

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A turkey sandwich and an apple and some baby carrots is a fine lunch (and one I subsisted on for years), but, well, it gets a little ... boring. To help you spice things up for Work It Week, we thought we'd share a few of our favorite healthy lunch ideas for work. Yes, some are sandwiches, but there …
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21 Days Eating at the Kitchen Table

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It's now been 21 days since I've sat down in front of the TV and ate. And ... it was hell. The first meal I had was breakfast (duh). I sat down in the morning in complete silence, awkwardly (somewhat) enjoying my omelette. It was weird. Then lunch came --- same thing. My only company was three …
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(Awesome) Infographic: Gender Roles in the Kitchen

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Do you guys remember when Kristen asked about feminism in the kitchen? Well, she gathered all the awesome info you guys submitted and put together the most amazing infographic for Fit Bottomed Eats. And, really, after pouring over the numbers and the results (in this oh-so pretty format), I'm pretty …
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I’m Breaking Up With The TV (Okay, Only When I Eat … )

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TV and eating --- they seem to go hand in hand at the Morgan household. I remember the days when my family used to sit down for dinner and there would be a debate between my sister and I about who had to set the table. We actually had conversations about our days and enjoyed the food we were eating. …
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