If you’ve been thinking of starting the keto diet, then there are a few things you should know to avoid. This time we’ll be walking through the drinks to stay away from during your keto journey.
As I’ve been on keto awhile and done research upon research to get the most success out of my own journey, I’ve done the work and love sharing with you all my keto tips and tricks. With all the work you put in to be a success, you don’t want to mess it up with the wrong food or drinks. That’s why I am sharing the down low on the drinks that you should avoid while on your own keto journey. Indulging in these drinks will throw you out of ketosis and cause weight gain. This list will ensure you have the information to help you make the right choices. Be sure to give me your feedback in the comments! I love hearing from you!
We work hard to earn a living. We should make sure we spend the money we bring home wisely. That’s where a household budget comes in. It’s a good tool to see at a glance what we have coming in, what’s going out (and what that money is paying for) and if there’s anything left at the end of the month to put into savings.
A common misconception for those looking into or starting keto is that you won’t be able to snack. While it IS important to choose the right ones so they don’t knock you out of ketosis, you can in fact snack. There are also many great snacks that will cut your cravings and keep you satiated until dinner.
Snacking with keto isn’t what you were used to snacking on before keto. You’ll need to rethink what snacks are to you. Gone are the days of packages of cookies and bags of chips. Stick to low carb, high-fat options. There are many great ready to go snacks and some awesome recipes to keep you in ketosis, cut the cravings, and keep you from feeling deprived.
Living on keto in a low carb lifestyle does not initially come easy, but it does get easier. There are “hack” foods that will make life easier, and we’ll go over them later on. If you ever get stumped on what to eat, check out some of our recipes. It’ll make life easier. I’ll go over some tips for making a keto diet easier and be successful. So whether you are eating out or just eating on the go, I’ve got you covered with the foods you should and shouldn’t eat.
IS BUYING IN BULK BETTER?
Honestly, people either seem so for or against bulk buying and there seems to be no middle ground for them. But the truth of the matter is, it can be good or bad depending on what you are buying. You can save a lot of money on the right products.
We all have busy days that make it difficult to get a dinner on the table, on a budget and KETO. Especially with a family!
The mundane nightly trip to the store, followed by the speedy attempt to get a dinner on the table often means it isn’t healthy or worse yet, it’s take-out.
We all have the same struggles.
By now, you’ve probably heard of the KETO Diet, especially if you are a regular follower of mine, in which case you already know I will turn you onto the best recipes, products, or tips that will help you to excel at KETO. For the newbies, yes KETO will help you lose weight fast. But, KETO is not a fad diet. It is positively a lifestyle change. Did you know that diabetics following a KETO diet have better numbers on KETO?! I also know for newbies and even those on KETO for awhile, it can be confusing selecting the best products for KETO. That’s where I step in! I’ve done the research to find the best products to help you out with your KETO journey. After all, I am on KETO for LIFE!
Staying organized just before leaving and while on a trip helps keep me on track and keep my family on track. These past few years I’ve traveled more than ever. While some are road trips, some are weekend trips or even longer stays, it’s always important to stay organized. To keep it all together, I’ve learned a few tips along the way I’ll share. Let’s face it, we all have mishaps and out of those arise some great ideas and reminders!
To some, the habits they strive to master lead to things like getting more sleep, to read more, etc. While those are fine, they simply impact only oneself. I am a believer that the road to this better life that we are chasing, should be filled with things that impact more than just ourselves, but those around us that share our daily lives. In doing so, I believe they will, in the end, also impact those singular desires once we get our lives in order.