Time and time again I get encouragement from customers, friends and strangers. They tell me to follow my passion, continue my teachings, drive change and live my dreams. My passion around healthy foods and lifestyle choices often drives me crazy. I am SO passionate that I want everyone around me to share in my desire for healthy options and no “crap” alternatives. After having surgery on my mouth last Friday I have been blessed .
I have wanted to write about this for some time now. Maybe it was the disbelief, maybe it was the guilt or maybe it was the embarrassment around the very addiction I lecture my family about staying away from. I AM ADDICTED TO SUGAR. (There, I said it.) Now that it’s on “paper,” I am making it my goal to not let it run my life. Affect my life, yes, because acknowledging the fact .
When you decided to go raw did you think about the change in how you use your kitchen… If you are like I was, I took the new raw concept by the horns. I walked into the kitchen and saw all of the things I would no longer have use for. I saw space that needed to be freed, and I saw tools that never needed to be stored or scrubbed again…EVER That said, .
The food we put on our tables, and in our bellies is often not as colorful or well presented as we would like. Reasons for this range from: a lack of time/energy/thought – culinary skill. Do yourself a favor and prepare your plates as you would like to find them at a fancy restaurant in a tropical paradise-it will change your life. I’m not kidding when I say that. The food on a plate .
As a parent, I look for opportunities to guide my children through life’s lessons. I don’t always have the same experience as what they might be going through but the messages are often still relevant (otherwise I get the look like, “how is this supposed to help me?” or “Mom, you just don’t understand.”) There are those times as well where I wish that some of the trials and tribulations of growing up would .
This is an age old question that can be answered in many ways. What does it mean to live? Is it breathing? Is it working? Is it learning or teaching others? Is it feeling “well?” or just not “ill?” Is it making memories and stories that will continue beyond your time on this earth? The 21st Century has brought with it, a world of constant change, mobility and immediacy. The word need stands in .
Most people prepare meals for themselves, their families or the public. If you are a single-parent…or feel like one… you may find that all of the food preparation is done by you. Unless you love to be in the kitchen, this responsibility can become a recipe for nutritional disaster in the form of take-out and fast food. I am one of those people who love being in the kitchen. I think it’s fun to .