I can’t believe that today marks TWO years of blogging. For the past two years I’ve blogged almost daily, isn’t that crazy? That’s a lot of pictures and words, right?!?! Like pictures of my awesome breakfast the last couple of days….
Sweet Potato Pancakes (recipe coming soon)!
I’ve also been digging tons of salads like salmon and ham, chicken sausage (what happens when I try and have real food snacks instead of bars on my day off) guacamole and plantain chips.
In the last 6 months, since starting in the fitness industry and gaining my personal trainer certification I haven’t been able to post as much as I have previously or be as consistent as I would like. Like always though I received more support and encouragement through this blog then I thought was ever possible. My career change came with many blogging related sacrifices, but ultimately I think my experience will make the content at Hungry Hobby even better. In honor of Blogiversary #2 I put together a fun little summary:
My First Two Posts:
- I started this blog in the summer of 2013 as a hobby while finishing up my dietetic internship, read my first post here. I had no idea what I was doing, it doesn’t even have any pictures or a real title!
- Fun Fitness Survey
My Most Popular Two Posts:
Two Favorite Workouts:
Two Posts I’d Write Differently Today:
My Two Favorite Recipes:
Two Posts I’m Most Proud Of:
Two goals for Hungry Hobby’s third year.
- Include at least 80% of my meals and workouts
- Grow my connections with readers and other bloggers
In honor of the Blog’s Birthday, I’m giving away something that I’ve been obsessed with since beginning at the gym, a tub of UCAN and two UCAN bars, my favorite pre workout drink and snack!
Haven’t heard of UCAN? Check out the website here. It stabilizes blood sugar so you have the energy for your workout and can continue to burn fat. Endurance athletes can go hours on just 1-2 scoops, totally replacing the need for tons of Gu’s, it’s crazy. Fat burn capability sky rockets compared to traditional carbohydrates but it gives you more energy compared to protein or fat.