Continuing our 5 part series on spring cleaning your refrigerator and freezer, here is part 2- Refrigerator cleaning. To really get into the cracks and crevices, you have to empty out your fridge. Most fridges have removable shelves, trays, and other plastic parts. Move everything into a cardboard box or on a counter to keep all of the bottles, jars, and other containers nearby. If anything in the box leaks, you can throw it out when you’re done. This is a great time to **check expiration dates and reconsider your condiment collection.** If you’re worried about perishables spoiling while you clean, you can place ice packs on any particularly sensitive foodstuffs. Or, if you have an insulated cooler, you can use that instead of the box. But ideally, this whole process shouldn’t take more than an hour or so. The USDA suggests a “2-Hour Rule” for leaving food out of the refrigerator, which is more than enough time to deal with all that grime! Odds are, as you remove items, you’ll cross paths with dried-out herbs, stray crumbs, or other dusty stuff. Sweep out with a dustpan and brush, or give your fridge surfaces a once-over with a vacuum cleaner. Stay tuned for more tips next week!
Yeaaaa!!! I did it 50 days in. I am so proud of myself. Thanks for the encouraging stories that you all have.
This week on Health Coach Answers we are continuing onto part 2 of “How to practice mindfulness.” When thinking of ways to practice mindfulness, two of the most common and used tools are breath work and meditation! These practices force us to focus not only on our physical body through breathing b...
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I do start each day with a walk.
Welcome to Workout Wednesdays! For the month of march I will be highlighting an exercise that is commonly done incorrect and highlight ways to make sure you have the best form and are performing these exercises in the safest way possible. Todays exercise is BICEP CURLS. Bicep curls involve a hingi...
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Tuesdays Workout 👍🏾
Taking the stairs instead of the elevator! My legs are burning baby!
Ran 2.4 miles on Saturday. biked 5 miles yesterday. hiked 3 miles today
Tomorrow is another day.
Is intermittent fasting imperative to losing weight after 50?
I just made 25 days. I can do this and get better!