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Get Inspired Everyday!

Hi, my name is Kari and my husbands name is Tyler. We’re so happy you’ve found your way to Get Inspired Everyday! We hope you’ll find some inspiration with healthy recipes, outdoor travel, and clean skin care DIY recipes.

Tyler is Canadian born and I’ve lived in Montana my whole life. We now both reside in Montana, even though the immigration process when we were first married took years before we could settle down together.

During that time, we had to live on opposite sides of the border, and so we ended up spending lots of time traveling through the Rocky Mountains from Jasper, Alberta down through Montana.

Whatever adventure we might be in the middle of, food has always been the constant for us. Whether we spent the day traveling, or just playing catchup around the house, the day is going to end with some good food for sure!

Tyler & Kari standing in a waterfall in Glacier National Park
Food Tittle
Bacon and Eggs Hashbrown Pizza

You’ll find all sorts of easy gluten free real food recipes here on the blog. Most of my recipes are also Paleo friendly, with lots of Whole30 inspiration as well. We focus on easy dinners, but you’ll find plenty of snacks, healthy treats, side dishes, and breakfast recipes too. We also have a large section of meal prep recipes that help us stay on track with healthy veggie filled eating, and we hope this resource will help you as well.

Travel Tittle
Kari taking a photo of a Glacier in Iceland

On the travel section you’ll find lots of outdoor travel, especially in National Parks. We live minutes from Glacier National Park, and so we hope to inspire you to get out and explore as well. Even when we travel overseas, you’ll still find us in the mountains. So we hope you’ll enjoy the stunning views as well as handy tips for planning your next trip! Finally, the newest thing you’ll find here are some backcountry and camp cooking tips.

Lifestyle Tittle
Homemade Lavender Lip Balm

Over in the lifestyle part of the blog, you’ll find mainly DIY recipes for clean skin care. There’s everything from easy sugar scrubs, face masks, homemade body wash, lip balms, to tutuorials for how to do an at home facial like you’d find in a spa. You’ll also find some how-to’s for meal prepping from seasonal inspiration, to how to meal prep snacks. These go hand in hand with the meal prepping recipes in the food section. 

Farmer's Market Abundance

Our Food Philosophy…

We often get asked what kind of ‘diet’ we follow? And the answer is we focus on as many veggies as possible with real food. If you had to put a label on it, we eat mostly Paleo, which we’ve taken to calling Paleo-ish!

One of the great things about the Paleo diet is the focus on real food with no processed ingredients. However we’re both beyond fond of cheese which isn’t in the Paleo lineup, and so we just call our diet ‘veggie focused’.

It can be hard to ‘know how to eat’ in this day an age with so much confusion. But one thing we started noticing as a theme is any expert you hear talking about different diets all agree on 1 thing… and you guessed it – we should all be eating more veggies!

We try to support our local farmers with their amazing produce for a few reasons. One reason is that local produce tastes so much better, it then becomes easy to eat more veggies. Then there’s the ‘local’ and ‘sustainability’ aspects that we love. And finally when you’re aquainted with the farmer you’re buying from, you know more about exactly how your food was grown!

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Thanks so much for stopping by…

… and we hope you’ll leave us a comment below! Whether you’re looking for recipe inspiration for your everyday life, or for food on-the-go, we hope you’ll find what you’re looking for. Most days we’re making these recipes for a regular ‘Tuesday night dinner’, but these recipes also come with us on our weekend adventures and travels as well. Pictured above there’s my Easy Gluten Free Summer Cheese Board taken along as a picnic. Next in line is my Grilled Summer Veggie Pesto Pasta Salad on a mountain top with some cute ‘wildlife’ trying to steal some. And finally there’s my Paleo Honey Mustard Trail Mix being enjoyed as a snack while we sat on the shores of the Lake of Hanging Glaciers. So I hope you’ll find some new favorite recipes for all aspects of you life as well!

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  1. Hi Kari,
    now that I have become healthier, your blog inspires me to get out and do some hiking. No mountains here, but plenty of trails to practice on so I can hike when I visit Montana.
    I have found myself needing to eat gluten free and dairy free. I know I can trust you to come up with lots of easy and delicious options, because I know you and Tyler love easy and delicious food.
    Hopefully will see you in May, this year.

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  2. I was looking for a Persian recipe and your blog was the first post. I live in Australia, but my husband’s father is from Montana and our family live in Helena and Lolo. Small world.

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    • Wow it really is a small world, my mom’s family is from Helena! I sure hope you enjoyed the roasted Persian veggies, I don’t have much in that category but you’ve inspired me to dig into it a bit more!

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  3. Hi there! I came across your blog while researching healthy samosa alternatives. This brought me to your samosa twice baked potato recipe, which sounds delicious! I can’t wait to try it out. I was wondering if I could use your photo for this, give you credit and share your recipe in our healthy indian swaps handout. I a currently interning as a dietetic intern at a gym. Let me know if this is something you’d be interested in and okay with. Thank you!

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    • Hi Danielle, I hope you enjoy the Samosa Baked Potatoes, and you’re definitely welcome to use my recipe and photo in a handout. I’d only ask it’s not used in a commercial way or in any way that’s charged for! Thanks, and let me know if you have any more questions!

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  4. I’m glad I found your blog. I’m a fellow Montanan and your recipes look delicious, I can’t wait to try them. At 67 I am just starting healthier eating habits so will be eager to try your recipes.

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