I had a fellow Clean Eater write into me asking about the best way to manage her bi-monthly trip to the movie theater with her husband. As a clean eater, she wanted to maintain her healthy diet, but still enjoy a snack.
Wednesday, January 30, 2008
Friday, January 25, 2008
On Wednesday evening of this week I held a seminar in Alton, Ontario at the beautiful Millcroft Inn. Having only been in this area for about 4 years now I am still learning about the lovely little spots in this neck of the woods. The Millcroft Inn is definitely a hidden gem tucked in behind the trees and set next to Shaw's Creek.
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Thursday, January 24, 2008
The cooler post really heated things up around here and sparked quite a few questions. Please read below for further clarification:
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Monday, January 21, 2008
With a fresh pile of snow on the lawn after last nights flurries I started my Monday with a great outlook for the week. A fresh cup of coffee, my laptop fired up and ready to go, and a quiet calm throughout the house. This is the time when I get the most work done...
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Friday, January 18, 2008
With January comes the onslaught of resolutions about health and fitness. People nationwide, continent-wide, and worldwide are looking for the best plan to get the best body. Luckily, here at The Eat-Clean Diet we know the secret...
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Wednesday, January 16, 2008
Good day Clean Eaters. Who saw American Idol last night? I know I am Canadian and should support Canadian Idol, but I just love that show! I'd say it's my one guilty pleasure on TV and probably the only show I watch all week. My husband and I (that's us in the photo at the Getty Villa in Malibu at Christmas) were getting a big kick out of some of the auditioners last night. There was some definite talent, too.
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Monday, January 14, 2008
I am back from my whirlwind trip to Arizona. It was a great experience and one I hope to repeat soon. Now I am settling back into my routine. I was home for one day after the holidays before jetting off to Arizona, so there is plenty of laundry to be done and groceries to be bought. I always find it takes a good week or two to get back into the swing of things after the holiday season. Do you find the same? And it's always so anti-climactic.
Posted by Tosca Reno at 8:34 AM
Thursday, January 10, 2008
Well, I've been thoroughly enjoying my time here in Arizona. I was in the lovely city of Prescott on Tuesday and Wednesday. It's a picturesque place with rolling hills and jutting red-rock mountains in the background. Such a different scenery than what I am used to in Ontario. Bonus: there is no snow here!
Now I am writing to you from Phoenix, where I am curled up in my bathrobe because it is 6:30 in the morning!!! I have an appearance on Sonoran Living television this morning, as well as a book signing at Costco this evening at 5pm.
After touring around Phoenix and the surrouning suburbs yesterday, I've decided this would be a lovely place to live. I guess this is why they call Scottsdale the "most livable city".
I've managed to squeeze in my workouts, even though the hotel fitness centers have been less than stellar. It actually presents an excellent challenge to me to figure out how I can use the equipment to work the muscles I need to. Eating Clean is also quite easy here, too. Of course, even if it wasn't easy, I would find a way.
Well, I should be going to get ready for my appearance this morning. My tummy is rumbling and it's time for breakfast. I hope to see some of you this evening at my book signing. For those of you not in the Arizona area... I hope to meet you soon, too! Keep it tight!
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Tuesday, January 8, 2008
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Monday, January 7, 2008
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Wednesday, January 2, 2008
Here we are standing at the doorstep of a brand new year. Happy New Year to you all! I have a good feeling about this year. 2008 is going to be a fabulous year - I can feel it. And what a celebration we had at our home. My girls chose to have their friends come over for a New Year's celebration so the mix ran from 14 and up. The adults enjoyed partying with the young people - there was so much good spirit in the air. We kept our celebratory food as clean as possible with an assortment of appetizers including turkey meatballs, piles of jumbo shrimp cocktail, Thai lettuce wraps and nuts. We had a sit down dinner for forty which consisted of soup and salad, roasted winter root vegetables, bison and chicken. I confess dessert was an indulgence of molten lava cakes with loads of fresh berries. Yum!!! And we toasted in the New Year with champagne. There was much laughter and kissing.
So let this year begin with my wishes for the best for you and your loved ones. Let's visit a lot and enjoy each other's company as we journey forward in health and happines.
Posted by Tosca Reno at 2:05 AM