I’ve come to the conclusion that life is confusing and decisions are hard to make. I’m sorry if I just blew your mind with this discovery. I’ll hang on a second while you regroup. I read a quote the other day from Charles Bukowski that said “The problem with the world is that the intelligent people are full of doubts, while the stupid ones are full of confidence.” This quote may be a bit extreme, but I’d like to think I’m fairly intelligent, yes I have my dumb moments, but I certainly doubt myself and my ability more then I should. What am I afraid of? Failing? Well, if we don’t try, we’ll certainly never succeed. I read another quote, likely on Pinterest┬ábecause that’s where I waste the majority of my time, that said “Ability is nothing without opportunity”. Okay you’re probably wondering what I’m rambling on about at this point, but basically, I’ve taken some risk in the past, leaving the corporate world to pursue my passion as a CrossFit trainer and athlete, which has also given me more time to focus on my blog and nutrition which I’m extremely passionate about. But what else lies ahead for me? I have a lot of goals and things I’d like to accomplish, but how am I going to get there? Someone has given me the opportunity to turn my dreams into a reality, and I’d be silly not to take the risk and try. Am I worried I’m going to hurt someones feelings? Yes, that’s just who I am. Does that mean I shouldn’t do what I know is best for me? No. I’m going to take a leap of faith, I’m going to work hard, and I’m going to make it happen. I believe in myself, and I have people who believe in me. Playing it safe is dangerous, and in my opinion, if there’s something you just can’t stop thinking about, you need to go out and do it. Suck it up and get out there, you’re worth all that you imagine. If you have the ability to do something great, and opportunity knocks on your door, you better be ready to take the reigns and roll. Stay positive, stay motivated, work hard, and as always…eat pancakes.



Simple pancakes even better
Prep 5 mins
Cooking 5 mins
Servings 1

  • 1 egg
  • 1 banana
  • 1/2 tbsp pumpkin pie spice or cinnamon
  1. Smash the banana with a fork and mix in the egg and spice of your choice
  2. Grease a pan with some coconut oil
  3. Pour batter on skillet (approx. 3 small pancakes) over low heat and brown both sides
  4. Top with whatever you like; fruit, pure maple syrup, honey, etc.


  1. I love simple pacakes like these! I used to make them more often but since I cut back on bananas I haven’t in awhile. Although I have a bunch of sweet potatoes baked in the fridge right now and am thinking this would be good with those!

  2. Girl, you are speaking to me! Do what’s best for YOU and keep pursuing your passions. It sounds like you’re on the right track. Your pancakes look amazing, by the way. I just may have to make these for breakfast tomorrow.

    It was great seeing you this past weekend! Hope to see you again soon!


  3. Mmm they look so delish …and simple is always best.

    One of our favourite 2 quotes:

    Just believe + you’re halfway there.


    The only way to do great work, is to do what you love.

    Have an amazing day! e & c

  4. i started making these from the SCD book and they are great. they are so sweet that they don’t need maple syrup but it tastes AWESOME to add some. i liked melting some nut butter on top and topping with shredded coconut.

  5. So tasty and easy! Thank you for sharing. I added a 1/2tsp of baking soda and a 1/2tbs
    of coconut flour just to make it easier to get out of the waffle maker. My first batch just fell apart. :(

  6. Brilliant! I just added a touch of coconut flour and shredded coconut. Although, they are perfect just the way you describe! Thank you so much!

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