Kitchen Survival Staples (Podcast #25)

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What are those grocery items you MUST have on hand at your house? Join us for episode 25 where we go into detail with our grocery short lists… the things we absolutely can’t manage without, and the things we must have to make the simplest of meals. From pasta and bottled pesto to carrots and hummus, join the kitchen and cooking survival journey with Delish and Healthyish!

And if you can’t listen right now, here’s a teaser:

  • Carrots
  • Onions
  • Celery
  • Garlic
  • Soymilk
  • Cereal
  • Pasta
  • Bottled pesto
  • Marinara
  • Hummus
  • Bread
  • Tortillas
  • COFFEE!

What are your must-haves…. the things you’ll go to the store for at 10pm when you realize you’re out?!

xo, Jen & Corinne

Realistic Resolutions (Podcast #24)

Realistic Resolutions

Happy New Year from the Delish and Healthy-ish team!

Jen here. Corinne and I kick off Season 2 of the podcast with episode 24 discussing realistic ways to set New Year’s Resolutions. Here they are summarized:

  1. Celebrate what you’ve done well last year and keep those habits going strong. For Corinne, she’s celebrating her triumph over sweets and I am celebrating making my kids’ lunches at night (consistently since September) rather than making them in the middle of the morning chaos. What have you conquered in 2018 that you can keep up in the new year?
  2. Pick out just a few things you want to work on each month or each quarter, and be REAL. Take your yearly to-do list and prioritize the items. If those things don’t make you happier or healthier, kick them off your list! Aim for a TOTAL of 4-6 things this year. I have been putting off scheduling a dermatology appointment and a neglected check-in with my GYN, and I’m going to get those done by March. Can I do it? See number 4 below…
  3. Be consistent and show perseverance about your new challenges and habits. Maybe you want to take control of your finances, get your meal planning groove on,  try healthier eating (um, have you SEEN our incredible 5-Day Detox full of Reilly and Bowen Family Favorites?!?!), or start jogging every day. Really DO those things, and if you can’t go all the way, go part way. Don’t lose interest easily, don’t give up, and you’ll make those things habits for years to come. I’m working on exercising 30 minutes daily no matter what this month. I’m taking 1 month at a time, but so far so good! Corinne is doing daily yoga despite her busy house, and is motivated by how amazing she feels.
  4. Find someone who can help you stay motivated. The buddy system will help you stay motivated and on track. Just this morning, Corinne challenged me to make my dermatology appointment if she made her’s…. and it worked! Boom. Bring on the freckle exam!

New Year’s Resolutions can be an amazing way to make your life better.  Use them as an excuse to try new things and finally cross some chores and headaches off your to-do list. You got this! 

xo,

Jen (& Corinne)

Navigating Type 1 Diabetes (Podcast #21)

Navigating Type 1 Diabetes

In honor of November being Diabetes Awareness Month, Jen and Corinne talk about the symptoms of type 1 diabetes, the stories of how Jen’s two kids were diagnosed, and gives resources for parents and adults living with type 1.

She mentions the Juicebox podcast (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/juicebox-podcast-type-1-diabetes/id962416631?mt=2), the books Think Like a Pancreas (https://amzn.to/2DRQGty) and Sugar Surfing (https://amzn.to/2zwkCIX), and the facebook group the T1D Mod Squad (https://www.facebook.com/groups/Modsrus/) as being especially helpful resources. And Jen also talks about how she manages her kids’ diabetes much more easily thanks to the Dexcom G6 Continuous Glucose Monitor (http://www.dexcom.com/) and the Omnipod tubeless insulin pump (https://www.myomnipod.com/home). Take a listen for all you need to know about type 1!