- It's Brittany betch. I'm a 24yr old vegan "granola" who strives to maintain a balanced, healthy life with good food, long runs, lots of chocolate, and laughing like it's my J.O.B. Welcome to my world!
Monthly Archives: July 2012
It’s a shame I wasn’t more attentive in my 11th grade food science class. We routinely watched Alton Brown on Good Eats, yet I was always working on other homework, goofing off with my friends, or making chewbacca noises in the corner. These … Continue reading
I’m so excitedddd, and I just can’t hide itttt!! I am in love with this giveaway I am about to present to you all. Ever since I deemed myself an RR (real runner) I realized it was time to get … Continue reading
Yesterday I ran race number eight of the year. My first 8K race, which is just .03 miles shy of 5miles (which is the most common distance I have raced thus far). An 8K for the eighth race, how appropriate. … Continue reading
Picture this..you’re walking down the streets of Seattle (or any major city), headed to an overdue baseball game adventure. A tiny girl with a ponytail and a red shirt stops you and utters the most amazing sentence you could possibly hear. “FREE … Continue reading
Tanya, send me a message: firstname.lastname@example.org, and I will get your headband out to you tomorrow! Everyone else, stay tuned for another giveaway in the next few days!
Summer has FINALLY come to visit Washington. Starting this past week temperatures reached high 70′s and low 80′s. These temps are heat waves for us rainy state natives. Anyone that lives in Washington knows that weather like this is hard … Continue reading
Calling all runners, bikers, hikers, walkers, stylists, eaters (I don’t know about you, but I can’t afford to have my hair in my face while I eat), basically anyone that moves, or does a lot of physical activities. I recently … Continue reading
It’s time for another garden update. I have posted about my onions, my swiss chard, and now it’s time to show you my carrots. The beets and carrots both needed to be thinned out again. The carrots that were thinned … Continue reading