- Welcome to After Dinner Dance! I'm Caroline, a 26-year-old living in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. My blog follows my love of cooking delicious and nutritious meals that make veggies taste good, and a bit of my life including my running and adventures with my toy poodle, Teddy! I recently graduated with a Master of Public Health in Health Promotion and am also a Certified Personal Trainer and Certified Health Education Specialist. Feel free to contact me at email@example.com - I'd love to hear from you!
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Category Archives: Travel
We had a fabulous trip from Portugal and I am finally getting around to recapping our trip! Whenever we travel, especially internationally, I love to read blog recaps of the places where we are going. They’re so helpful in planning … finish reading A Week in Portugal: Lisbon, the Douro Valley, Porto, & Ericeira
Happy Monday! We had a great fall & fun-filled weekend in North Carolina. First we drove to Asheville to enjoy the foliage, hiking and great food. I crossed “driving the Blue Ridge Parkway in the fall” off my bucket list … finish reading Rosemary Roasted Chicken with Apple and Fall Vegetables (Plus Lots of Fall Hiking!)
Hello again! Life has been busy lately. In the last three months, I: • Got married! • Graduated with my Master of Public Health • Became a Certified Personal trainer (through NASM) • Became a Certified Health Education Specialist • … finish reading Orange Carrot Smoothie
Good morning! I am officially on vacation. Well, not really vacation, but I’m not working . Luke and I did take a little getaway to the White Mountains over the weekend though. We stayed at the Adair Inn in Bethlehem, … finish reading Weekend in the White Mountains and the Mythical New Hampshire Moose