Two ET bagel thins with two eggs, sriracha sauce, and one sliced peach.
Slice strawberries and blueberries with 1/2 cup of vanilla chobani yogurt. Cheesy rice = 1/2 cup of brown rice and 1/2 cup of broccoli cheese soup
Leftover garlic couscous with tuna, corn, pepper, and garlic powder.
Whole wheat pasta and grilled chicken with italian seasoning.
A salad with cucumbers, cheese, banana peppers, blueberries, and poppyseed dressing (not shown).
I love cooking in my apartment. Last night I made couscous for dinner and I had so much leftover!! I didn’t want to eat the same thing for lunch so I changed it up by adding corn and tuna.
Eating healthy can be incredibly easy if you just put the time and effort in 🙂
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Hey all! Kelsey here!
This coming year, Alison and I will be entering our sophomore years in college at separate universities. Alison will be living in an off-campus apartment, while I will be staying on-campus in a dorm. Because of our mutual desire to be healthy, but from two different perspectives, we can offer varying points of view on living a fit lifestyle in college. This will be our trial-and-error approach to getting healthy. Basically, as we experiment with what works for us for a healthy college lifestyle, we will share it on this blog!
That being said, we will never claim to be professionals. We won’t ever do anything drastic or dangerous to our bodies, and it is up to you as a reader to determine what – if anything! – you apply to your own life. Our view is that, if your goal is to live a healthier life, then you should make changes that can be permanent – not temporary “quick-fixes”. We will always suggest seeing a doctor before making any drastic changes in your diet or exercise, and we will also always support only healthy dieting.