With warm weather finally making an appearance, it’s only right that I let you in on the latest scoop: Hoffman’s Ice Cream. There’s nothing more refreshing or delicious than homemade ice cream on a hot day.
If you’ve read my posts on my daily diet and diet breakdown, you know that a huge portion of what I eat is chicken. Breaded chicken cutlets are a staple in my house. They’re delicious, can be made into an array of different recipes and are a great source of protein. People are constantly asking me how I can be eating the same thing daily without getting tired of it, so I thought I would share a few of my favorite, fit-friendly ways I incorporate chicken into my diet!
If you follow me on Instagram, you’re likely to see me posting a picture of my morning bowl of oats approximately once a week. Oatmeal is my go-to breakfast that I just can’t get enough of.
There are too many coffee shops to check out in Asbury (not that I’m complaining). If you’ve been reading my blog and my last two blog posts (if you haven’t you can find them here and here), you know that my roommate and I made it our mission to scope out some of the best in Asbury my final weekend of college. America’s Cup was third on our list.
If you didn’t read my last blog post on Asbury Park Roastery, you may want to click over there now! I mentioned in the blog that the coffee company advertises that they sell by the cup and by the bag. The Twisted Tree Café in Asbury has taken advantage of that and serves their organic coffee and espresso!
Another day, another opportunity to scope out new coffee shops! After all, this blog is brought to you by coffee. To make my last weekend of college memorable, my roommate and I planned to spend our Saturday checking out a few of the many local coffee shops in Asbury Park that we had heard so much about. Stay tuned for more posts on those to come!
Hello lovely readers! I’ll admit that I have way too much to write about and simply not enough hours in the day to write it all! This last semester of college has been a bit crazy with balancing classes, being an editor for my school’s paper and applying for jobs (let alone everything else). But enough with excuses; I know the reason you clicked on this article was to find out another location you can get your caffeine-fix (as I am always trying to find new places for).
My roommate and I are always trying to find healthy ways to eat our favorite foods, one of those being pancakes. We also always joke about being hungry an hour after eating, so finding recipes that allow us to add in some protein powder to stay full is always a plus!
For the most part, I try to maintain a healthy diet. But now that I’m back living in my apartment for my last semester I’m surrounded by all the delicious food options I miss so much when I’m in my hometown. One of those places is Broad Street Dough Co.
Yes, you read that title right. No, this isn’t clickbait. If I’m being honest, I wasn’t quite sure the “21 and fun” life was for me. After all, there are only so many nights out a girl can afford on a college student budget (if guys want to start buying me drinks now, that would be great).