Tag Archive | healthy eating

10,000 Before 10. 

I’m reclaiming my time, sorry, my abs.

I’ve been so unfit, lazy and eaten all the things that easily disolve any amount of packs your abs may feign.


A few weeks ago, I went on the scale and the number I saw, Continue reading

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Eating Out 101.

Thank my colleague for that headline. If my blog paid, I’d be giving him some royalty for each hit this post generates.

I’ve had one too many posts about terrible service I’ve received at several restaurants and businesses.IMG_8002 (1)

Needless to say, if there’s one thing that grinds my gear,it’s got to be mediocre service.
In the last year, I think I’ve boycotted several eateries around my office. It’s getting so bad, that Continue reading

Smoothie Spree.

Boys and girls,
I’m still on the smoothie craze!

Forgive me,  soon I’ll be back to writing the Nigerian Husband!
Want to try this out? Here’s what you’ll need:

One large carrot (Grated)
Two bananas (Frozen or not, doesn’t matter)
Three pilled oranges
Two table spoons of lemon juice
1/4 cup of orange juice

Pour orange juice and all liquids into the blender first just to allow the blades of the blender to rotate properly. Follow up with all other ingredients and BINGO, you have you a nice carrot smoothie.

Enjoy
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More Smoothie. 

Still on the smoothie matter, I think I’ll spend the next couple of days just blending fruits!

Here’s one I made this morning and named it Purple Paradise.
It’s a mixture of blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, banana, Chobani yogurt and a dash of lemon juice.

I garnished it with some chocolate crumbs and almonds.

And of course, I had to torment y’all will with the lovely view from my apartment. You’re welcome. 😊

Almost Vegan Dinner. 

 Dear Nigerian Husband,  I’ve not been to the gym in almost three weeks. Needless to say, there are a few unwanted flabs here and there.

Until I’m able to go to the gym again, I shall try my best in the kitchen department.  Here, my favorite and go-to/feel-healthy/easy-to-prepare dinner; kale, mushrooms and salmon.

I made Nigerian meals, you didn’t show up, now I’m making meals a typical Nigerian man would consider as snack. Let’s see if this makes you show your face.

Yours in marriage eventually,  vou.