Caitlin Lane

Caitlin Lane

Caitlin Lane lives in Tucson with her husband and two kids. An active writer and lazy runner, she is currently studying Japanese. When she isn’t busy typing on her laptop, she’s probably busy drinking too much coffee.

3 Ways to Keep Produce Fresh

I know spring is coming the moment that nectarines start showing up in the grocery store produce section. From a wider selection at the grocery store to farmers markets I stay stocked up on berries and seasonal produce and everything else I can get my hands on. The only problem with produce? It tends to [ keep reading ]

How to Prevent Chafing While Running

Leggings are perhaps the greatest thing to happen to women’s pants since, I don’t know, ever. Leggings with pockets, leggings with prints, leggings with those amazing mesh panels behind the knees. But as much as I love my leggings, the moment it starts getting warm I want to throw on a pair of shorts for [ keep reading ]

My Problem with the New Postpartum Depression Drug

Postpartum depression is a rampant and largely overlooked mental health issue in the United States. It is not being a little sad or wondering what the heck to do with this little baby that is now your responsibility. It is a debilitating mental health illness that needs treatment. And the new postpartum drug that the [ keep reading ]

Iced Coffee and Cold Brew: What’s the Difference?

I wasn’t always the coffee-consuming maniac that I am today. In fact, I worked at Starbucks when I was 19 and didn’t even like coffee when I first started. While the job only lasted a couple years, I did get both a deep love of coffee and a husband out of it, so we’ll call [ keep reading ]

Podcasts for Curious People

If you’re not listening to podcasts what are you even doing with your life? OK, that was a bit harsh. I’m sorry. But for real, I’ve got podcasts constantly playing. When I’m doing dishes, cleaning the house, running, driving, anything that involves even the smallest amount of physical effort. Going through the mail I’ve ignored [ keep reading ]

How to Add Coconut Oil to Your Skincare Routine

For me, the smell of coconuts is the smell of my sister. And since my older sister is like the coolest person I know, I’ve always been drawn to anything and everything coconut scented. Candles, lotions, shampoos, conditioners, wax melts, car air fresheners. You name, I have it in a coconut scent. Coconut oil might [ keep reading ]

Meal Planning Basics Part 3: Dinner

So now you’re an expert at the meal planning basics of breakfast and lunch and are back for more. Once you start the process of meal planning it’s impossible to stay away. One of the best things you can do for your sanity and your budget is to embrace the leftover. The leftover curry, the [ keep reading ]

Meal Planning Basics Part 2: Breakfast & Lunch

Sometimes I forget what a loaded question, “Do you eat breakfast?” is. You get those who think it is the holy grail of weight loss. Others who insist that breakfast is actually the devil incarnate. To be honest, I don’t care who’s right. All I know is I turn into a growly, grumpy, will-eat-everything-in-sight monster [ keep reading ]

Meal Planning Basics: Part 1

You’ve probably already heard of meal planning, but since the process is usually styled as a secret tool of the fitness queens of Instagram, maybe you never tried it. Or you did, but it seemed complicated so you gave up. It could be that planning things out ahead of time just isn’t your jam. But, [ keep reading ]

Valentine’s Day Celebrations for Parents

You might think that Valentine’s Day was created by a greeting card company to make more money. Or you see it as a modern interpretation of a bloody Roman holiday. Maybe it’s just another annoying day when you feel obligated to do something. Regardless of your feelings, there’s no denying that Valentine’s Day celebrations are [ keep reading ]

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