1. Sally

    I’m glad that you’ve figured out a great-looking way of eating that works – simple changes/swaps sometimes work wonders and aren’t too difficult to incorporate. As with most of life, it’s a case of finding the right balance, so it’s nice to see all of your eating out dinners too. I think that for most of us it’s a battle to fight against long-held bad food habits, so it’s encouraging to see as well as hear about delicious-looking healthier alternatives.
    As an aside, what does Matt do work-wise? – those are some late nights!

  2. Ann

    Just a quick comment (from a mom who has a kiddo with food allergies) – if you’re bringing your overnight oats to school, the almond milk you’re using would violate the “no nuts” policy. I’m guessing you need a non-dairy option for your oats, so maybe soy milk, rice milk or coconut milk would give you a nut-free meal for school?

  3. Danielle

    I’m guessing Matt works in finance? My bf does also and I’m no stranger to the late nights they put in. Although I’m not complaining, it is hard to plan dinners when you expect they aren’t going to be home for it and then they are!

    Btw, I just got home from Greece two days ago and used your old posts as references! We did the sunset cruise and loved it! Thanks!

    • Oh yay, I’m so glad you enjoyed Greece – It’s my favorite place on Earth thus far! My husband works as a consultant so he’s always working:(

  4. I love seeing what other people with stomach issues eats! I have Celiac Disease along with IBS..which is a bit of a struggle figuring things that my stomach will actually like. Thanks for sharing.

  5. Kate

    Thank you for posting this! It was super helpful. Also my husband and I just went to Greece for our honeymoon and stayed at Astra Suites while in Santorini, unreal!

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