About

megan

Well, hello there!  Thanks for stopping by.  I’m Megan, a college senior, majoring in music therapy.  I love Jesus, people, music and sugar. SO much sugar.  It’s become a rather inconvenient problem.  You see, sugar is delightful because it holds such great memories and can be used to create those memories too.  Here’s what I mean:  you don’t call up a friend and say, “Hey! You want to go grab coffee and brocoli and chat for a bit?” No!  The lovely little bakeries where memories are made and hearts are shared usually don’t serve up brocoli or lettuce as a side for coffee. A movie night just isn’t the same without ice cream and I consider a good froyo trip to be one of life’s greatest pleasures.  So, that’s one reason I love it.  Another reason is, it tastes really good (shocker).  But, it has its problems, such as weight gain, sluggishness, sickness, skin problems, to name a very few.  I’ve decided it’s time to go radical.  It’s time to cut out the sugar and focus on taking care of this body I’ve been given.  I have a sensitivity to gluten and dairy as well, so those are going too (waaa). I’m not just doing this for appearance, I do have some health issues that need to be addressed, and I feel like this approach is what my body needs, plus, I need to work on self control, telling myself “no, Megan, you can’t stop at Yogurtville today and spend $4 on that stuff.” (ouch)

I hope to post recipes I’ve found that are tasty (because I believe healthy food can still be enjoyed) and other life adventures that pop up.  I’m not a professional photographer or food blogger, so be warned, I don’t really know what I’m doing. 😉

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