Hello fellow starving foodies!

I’m coming to you as a poor vegetarian college student. With less than 100 dollars to my name, I plan on conquering the vegetarian foods world! Sometimes I might rely on salivating over delicious things rather than eating them… let’s just pretend and hope that things won’t come to that. I am a nutrition buff and my tastebuds are too. Maybe I have an odd way of eating, but it’s delicious and nutritious.

I want to explore the world of nutrition in all aspects: food and fitness. I have spent the past several months learning how to be nutritionally competent. I went on a bit of a nutritional hiatus for a while, ignoring my needs and food altogether. Have no fear food, I am back with a vengeance!

I used to be an exercise addict, basically, but now I’m resetting my approach to fitness using moderation. I’m a serious lover of yoga and pilates. Sweaty workouts are no longer for me. My life goal is probably to be a yogi. I like the all over mindset and approach to life that comes with the practice of yoga. Yoga teaches people to be mindful in all aspects, when it comes to food and function. Mindfulness is not the easiest thing to achieve.

My favorite thing to do is food. I’m not sure if you can really “do” food, but you know what I mean… I love food. I love cooking it, I love watching it, I love learning about it. I am about to be a nutrition major (right now I’m undeclared), thus I have a inclination towards health foods. Going to whole foods and all-natural food stores is one of my favorite activities. First semester of college, living in Boston, my best friend and I spent our weekend nights exploring the magical lands of Trader Joe’s, Whole Foods, Shaw’s and any other random food market we came across. Clearly, our idea of fun was a bit different from that of our drunken fellow college students. If that doesn’t prove my dedication to food, I don’t know what does.

Seeing as my greatest passions are food and nutrition, I will be dedicating my efforts for this blog to be a shrine to all things food and fitness. Even though I am poorer than poor, I try to explore the food castles (a.k.a restaurants) I manage to stumble upon and enjoy. I plan on reviewing any place I eat, hopefully to encourage (or discourage) others from spending (or wasting) precious doll-ahs.

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