I am the epitome of yin and yang. I seem to like and do most everything in extremes. I love eating cold ice-cream while wrapped up in a blanket by the fire. I love laughing so hard that I cry. I love staying up way late, and then getting up bright and early for a morning run. My IPOD has Ozzy Osborne on the playlist as well as James Taylor. I enjoy huge parties with lots of friends on a Friday evening and then going out with my husband by ourselves on Saturday night. I love watching animal planet, but am scared to death of dogs. I LOVE to eat ( I noticed a talent for this at quite a young age), but I also LOVE to exercise (This didn't come so naturally). Right now my exercise of choice is running. Everything has a balance to it. For me, the balance of eating is running.
I started running about 2 years ago just on a whim. I wanted to see why this ability had seemed to elude me my whole life. I played and did all kinds of sports, but couldn't seem to run more than a quick sprint to catch the ice-cream truck. After many months of just plugging away at it, I all of the sudden realized I was not only enjoying it, but I was doing well with it. So I continue to run daily.
I have a hugely supportive husband and 4 understanding children that put up with me and my ways. I am so blessed to have them.
I don’t' see me changing my yin and yang ways in the near future. That makes me who I am. I will continue to do things like laugh and cry, and eat and run. Maybe I'll try a new extreme like..... skinny dipping in a fat suit.
I have been eating all my life, and loving every bite of it! I really enjoy going out to eat with my friends, which is where the idea for this blog was born. I have only been a "runner" for about a year and I'm still getting used to the idea, it's not something I would have ever thought I would be doing... but I am! I have a wonderful husband who takes good care of our family, and four great kids ages 14, 12, 9, and 6. I run in the mornings or evenings, so I have the rest of the day to run the kids to school, piano, football, scouts, and dance. It's a lot of running, so I'll just have to keep eating to keep up with it all, right? When I'm not running, I love to read and work on my amateur photography skills!
I have been running for fifteen years and eating for 31, so I'm pretty accustomed to doing both, and doing them often. I love trying new food, particularly ethnic food. At the moment I am especially fond of Thai, Indian, and Mexican, but I'm on a quest to find the best burger around. I hope my reviews help you choose a yummy place to eat (but don't forget to run it off)!
I am a stay at home mom of six, ranging in ages 21 to 4. I began running the summer of 2009. It began as a grueling task and has turned into a mostly enjoyable form of exercise. I really enjoy yummy food, especially if I don't have to fix it.
I am a Wife, a Mom to three beautiful daughters, 21 to 16 and I am an eater. I love photography, love a good book, A soft blanket, A clean home, A good movie, popcorn and a phone call with a friend.
I love to eat out! I am more on the fancy side of things. I like a slower paced atmosphere, with a cloth napkin and would rather sit outside than inside (weather permitting of course). I was spoiled living in New York City. I have come to really appreciate nicer things and I would rather save to get something of quality. There are some amazing places to eat in the Valley that offer such dining with reasonable pricing. I would never turn down a lunch with friends and could eat anywhere just to be with a friend and good conversation.
I am the vegan of the group, or what I would prefer to call “CLEAN EATING”! You see this whole thing is new to me, but something I am doing for myself. The challenge is, to see what is available for vegan’s or Clean Eaters on the menu’s of restaurants that dot the Treasure Valley. This is a challenge I have gladly accepted and am excited to report on my findings. It’s going to be a great journey!