This is a running list of the things I am really enjoying right now… Mostly so I can remember the brand names when friends ask me or buy more when I run out! Hopefully you will love these things, too!
Do you have a favorite product or service that you are absolutely loving right now? What about a tool or gadget that makes it easier to eat clean and live healthy? Let me know in the comments! I’m dying to check it out.
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FOOD I EAT
Kitchen Tools and Utensils
- This Magic Bullet Blender, Small, Silver (11 PIECE SET). I actually own two: one for home and one for the office. It’s that important to my life. I keep the office one in a duffel bag at my hotel. It’s the only blender that can make liquid sauces in reasonable portions and it is a jack of all trades: grind nut flour, blend nice cream, make a morning smoothie, create cauliflower “alfredo.” Its perfect.
- Adobe Creative Cloud allows you to get the entire suite on a Month by Month Plan. Never has this powerful software been so affordable! And they offer different packages if you only want a few of the products.
- My Sony α6000 Camera: It’s light and portable, and according to the guys at the camera store, has all the inner workings of a Canon but without the price tag.
- Fabletics. I was super skeptical at first, but these clothes actually made me more motivated to workout. I love em!
- Le Tote. Its my way of wearing all the trendy clothes without turning to disposable fashion. I select 5 items in each tote which I can wear as long as I want before returning them. Then I get another 5. I can do this as often as I want under the monthly rate.
- TailWind – schedules pinterest and Instagram. Social Media marketing is a whole new world to me and I need tools to make it easier.
- Food Blogger Pro – This helped me learn all about blogging, from photography, to recipe plugins to WordPress to SEO. It’s worth it! Plus, if you read through all the courses, you can discontinue the membership, so you can get a lot of value out of it if you want.
- Food Blogger Pro Podcast – the same guy gives a free podcast with a bunch of very useful information and guest speakers each week.
- BlueHost is a great hosting option for new blogs. It integrates seamlessly with WordPress and is easy to use.
- WordPress.org – this is the better way to do wordpress. You have to pay for hosting, but you get access to modify your site through plugins which are a must for any serious blogger.