Georgia Roadtrip, Grad School, and Eating Like a Caveman

Hey everyone! So it’s hump day and I have a had a busy weekend and week so far, from my roadtrip to Georgia to adapting to Paleo (two days in and going strong). Here are a few pictures from my weekend; my friend Nykita was a beautiful bride and we had a great time seeing her and visiting Atlanta. It was short lived (and a longggg ride) but a fun roadtrip!

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Such a beautiful bride!

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Pre-wedding selfie!

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The trip would not have been complete without some Southern ribs and a Fat Tire…

…or possibly the largest peach in the world?

My sister is a manager at Dillards in SC…had to take a pic!

I also started grad school yesterday! I am only taking 2 classes since I work full-time, but I am still excited to get started. I am taking Experimental Study of Foods and Management of Food and Nutrition Services, both of which will come in handy as a dietitian (and just in the kitchen)!

Yesterday also marked day 1 of Paleo, which has been going quite well. I made frittatas for breakfast (recipe in the next post), Paleo-ized my salad for lunch, and had chicken skewers with broccoli for dinner at the bar. Tonight I am making sausage and sweet potatoes with peppers and onions!

Made my usual salad of spring mix, tomatoes, green peppers, cucumbers, and avocado while swapping walnuts and bacon for my usual feta and croutons. Was delicious with balsamic and olive oil!

Thanks for reading 🙂

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