If the Appstore is any indication, Paleo is a hugely popular diet trend right now. I counted 35 iPad apps on the subject, not including magazines. Dedicated to eating as our ancestors did during the Paleolithic era, this eating plan focuses on hunter/gatherer-style foods like fresh fruits and vegetables, free-range meat and poultry, fish and seafood plus seeds, nuts and oils.
Paleo goes by a host of other names, including the caveman, primal and ancestral diets. The goal is the same for all: cut out inflammatory foods created by the agricultural revolution, like dairy, legumes, cereal grains, processed foods and refined sugars. The payoff? Consistent energy levels, a healthier body and reducing the risk of chronic health problems like heart disease, diabetes and cancer.
The Appstore may have a ton of apps to choose from, but if you’re interested in going Paleo you’re going to need solid advice from experts and delicious recipes to keep you going. Keep reading for the best apps to help you go primal.
Over the past couple months, I’ve had the absolute pleasure of discussing the iPad and Professionals here on AppStorm. I’ve chatted about photographers/artists, filmmakers, musicians, journalists, medical professionals, stock analysts, and business owners. Today, I want to say I feel like we covered the gamut. This is the final post in AppStorm’s feature series on the iPad and Professionals. I want to take this opportunity to thank you for going on this journey with me and the rest of the AppStorm team.
Today’s post is going to go in a different direction than you might expect. We’re not talking about another professional category. Instead, we’re going to talk about the best ways to unwind after a long day. But because I care about yours and my well-being, I’m not recommending Angry Birds. I want your mind to be stimulated, even while you’re enjoying some time away from work. Here’s some of what I’m looking forward to after clocking out tonight.
I’ve been writing this series on the iPad and Professionals for a long time, and even I’ve learned a lot in the process (having to write about job categories you’re not involved in forces you to do that). That being said, there is one huge category we’ve largely been ignoring: The average person.
In this week’s article, we’re going to be taking a look at the iPad and business management. The apps I want to take a look at cover the gamut from time management to invoicing, and hopefully get you off to a good start.
The season for parties is here, it’s time to put the extra leaf in the kitchen table and warm up your entertaining skills. As the holidays approach you’ll be hosting dinner parties and open houses, brunches and cocktail soirees. Don’t distress over the thought of planning a party from A to Z, there are plenty of great apps to help you along the way. I’ve selected my favorite, most inspiring and most useful iPad apps for party planning, decor and menus.
From practical utilities for managing guests lists and scheduling kitchen tasks to fanciful apps for coming up with party themes and decor, you’ll find everything you need to make your next bash memorable. As they say, the devil is in the details: fun party invitations build anticipation, thoughtful place settings make guests feel welcome, even your hostess outfit is an opportunity to make a statement.
To learn more about how your iPad can help you be the hostess with the mostess, keeping reading.
With our series on the iPad and Professionals, we’ve spent a lot of time focusing on creative professions. With rare exception, like our article on the iPad in the medical industry, we haven’t spent much time discussing too many industries outside the realm of creative people.
Today, we’re taking a look at a broader industry — the financial industry of Wall Street. The iPad could have a profound effect on how your stock portfolio is managed. What makes it so unique is that there are a ton of apps available for both you and your broker that might give you a bit more control over your investments than you’re used to. This goes way deeper than Mint. Read on for our roundup on some of the best financial apps available for your iPad.
Last week, we took a hiatus from our series on the iPad and Professionals to focus on the great new apps being released for iOS 7. This week, I’m thrilled to say the feature is back for another few instalments. If you’re new to the series, catch up on our articles about the iPad and professional artists/photographers, filmmakers, musicians, and journalists.
Today, I’m writing about what might be the most exciting field for the iPad. We’re going to take a look at the iPad in the medical industry, particularly with a focus on how practitioners are using it.
The month-long series challenging you to cook dinner at home five nights a week is coming to an end. At this point you’re probably feeling pretty confident about getting supper on the table. You’ve learned how to turn inspiration into organization, narrowing down recipes and using favorites lists to plan a week’s worth of meals. Now you know how to scan an app for recipes conducive to weeknight cooking — quick and easy or slow and hands-off. You’ve built a repertoire of dishes and mastered basic cooking techniques. After conquering the recipes from The Photo Cookbook – Simple and Delicious, BBC Good Food Quick Recipes and Jamie Oliver’s Recipes, I think you’re ready for the epic Must-Have Recipes from Better Homes and Gardens.
The challenge with this app is that it’s got a ton of recipes to choose from. Now that you know how to set yourself up for success in the planning stage, you’re ready to manage an app with 1,000 recipes without being overwhelmed. Must-Have Recipes from Better Homes and Gardens is an endless source of inspiration for your weeknight suppers.
Keep reading to find out how this app can help you maintain your routine of cooking dinner at home all year long.
You’re halfway through the September challenge of cooking supper at home 5 nights a week. You began the routine of preparing meals at home with The Photo Cookbook-Simple and Delicious, a collection of basic recipes with step-by-step photos to guide you. After building a bit of confidence you branched out with more global flavors in BBC Good Food Quick Recipes. Now you’re ready to unleash your creativity and master a few more cooking skills with Jamie Oliver’s Recipes.
This app is for people who love to cook and eat, whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned cook. Jamie’s recipes are bold, flavorful and generous. It’s not just about feeding your family; it’s about providing nourishment. Cooking with Jamie is bold, brash and fun. You’ll enjoy mounding a pile of salad leaves in that big wooden serving bowl you never use. Serving grilled meat and veg on that platter collecting dust in the china cabinet will bring your intention and focus to the table. This app helps to cement the new practice of cooking supper at home as something bigger than a routine — a ritual.
Are you ready to take home-cooked suppers to the next level? Keep reading to learn more.
We’ve been doing a series on the iPad and professionals for several weeks now, and each one has required a fair amount of prep work on my part. After all, I’m not a professional musician or artist. I like to dabble, but trying to round apps up without truly being a professional in any field requires a lot of digging. In some cases, like our post on the iPad and musicians, I ended up missing a lot of apps. Sometimes, an entire professional field is impossible to cover.
This week is a little different. Although I never expect to completely cover an entire category, I’m a little more confident writing about iPad apps for professional journalists because of the work I do in this very sector. I’ve got a degree in communications and used an iPad in my later years of university. I’m thrilled to share some knowledge in an area I feel extremely knowledgable in this week.
This month of Foodie Fridays is all about apps that make it easier to gather round the table as a family. I’ve issued a challenge: make a goal to cook supper at home five nights a week. Autumn is the perfect time to start fresh, creating a new routine. The key to success: keep it simple. This isn’t about fancy recipes with long lists of ingredients and complex steps. It’s about getting dinner on the table fast, everyone in the family pitching in and maybe even having fun.
Last Friday, I encouraged you to make a fresh start with The Photo Cookbook – Simple & Delicious. We’re taking baby steps in the right direction, beginning with a collection of basic recipes for busy people who don’t necessarily love to cook but want to avoid ordering takeout. This week I’ve selected BBC Good Food Quick Recipes, which offers more creative dishes featuring global cuisines. Keep reading to find out how this app can help you continue your new routine with quick, easy, flavorful meals.