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I was going to do a post of favorite stone fruit recipes today in honor of July’s flavor of the month Stone Fruit, but looking back I discovered I have posted a peach recipe round up almost every year…so instead I looked back through the archives and selected the best of the best […]
An optimist recharges their batteries every once in a while and August is the month for us to get out of our ruts, and shake things up. Free yourself of the time sucks that are weighing you down and focus on fewer more important things that really matter. Give your routine a little love and it will pay you back in multiples.
One place I always go to learn new things is You Tube. And as I was searching Keto, a lot of videos about Intermittent Fasting came up. I picked one and started watching. The guy on the video said something that rings in my ears every single day. “We all know how to lose weight, just stop eating.” So I did. I started with a 12 hour window of not eating, then 13 until I was at a full day fast every now and then. I can still have sweets in small quantities, I can eat dinner with my family eating the same meal they do, and I’ve lost over 20 pounds so far this year. I probably would have lost more but there are always sweets in the house and I have no control.
Are you happy? And if you aren’t happy, do you know how to become happy? For some, happiness is often an elusive or fleeing experience. Some people will go to great lengths to stay in moments of happiness. how many of us have done silly things over and over again, just to hear our children laugh often leaving disappointed when they stop.
I’ve been fascinated by human behavior for as long as I can remember. One of the many things I’ve learned is that happy and optimistic people seem to thrive, realists seem to survive somehow, and pessimists seem to attract more than their fair share of unhappiness.
If your Keurig is starting to make your coffee taste more like gasoline than coffee, then you need to read this.
What if you HAD to dance? What if your freedom of movement was replaced with involuntary movement. And by dance, I mean Chorea, one of the many movement disorders associated with rare diseases. What would you do then? A woman who lives near me had an involuntary movement in her leg followed by severe pain while Christmas shopping. At first she thought it was associated with a previous back injury, it wasn’t. She sought help, but medications, including steroids, left her with a different personality, and therapy didn’t eliminate the problem.
Often the topic of conversations these days is what happened to civility in America? We used to get along for the most part, and even if we didn’t understand another person’s perspective, we certainly didn’t threaten them with physical violence, shame them out of restaurants, or try to close their businesses because they disagreed with our lifestyle. What happened to all those nice “Coexist” bumper stickers?
Something they never taught us about in nutrition classes as that most everything we eat and drink and many of our cooking meetings put your food in or on plastic. Plastic contains toxic Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals (EDC) (source). These chemicals also known as “xenoestrogens” mimic oestrogen, as well as other hormones. And hormone disruption can lead to weight gain. It’s not dissimilar to the weight gain found by other hormone disrupters like steriods. (source) (source).
I’m guessing most of you have heard of MS (Multiple Sclerosis) or MD (Muscular Dystrophy), but I’m also guessing that not many of you have heard of MG (Myasthenia Gravis). MG is a rare, debilitating neurological disorder.
Where your coffee comes from has a lot to do with how your coffee tastes. Much like wine, coffee has tasting notes and subtleties that are introduced at every stage of the process. From the variety of bean, where it’s grown, how and when it’s harvested, how it’s transported, how it’s stored, how it’s roasted, and finally how quickly it’s packaged. I hope you enjoy exploring these three varieties as much as I have.
An optimist rocks the body they have while they work on the body they want. So free yourself of the self body shame, and advocate for everyone’s right to feel sensual and alive in their own skin. Embrace a little self-acceptance this weekend and give yourself permission to not only ADMIT that you have quirks, but also to embrace and celebrate them.
This summer I sat in the driveway of a good friend for her yard sale. We had a few visitors, but most of those were her friends. It’s a shame because she had some seriously nice stuff at ridiculously low prices. I left with a mini-van full of stuff that I’m currently enjoying.
So what went wrong? It took some quick research to find this article from EveryDollar, and as I should have expected, you just can’t fake being prepared.
It wasn’t long ago that my husband asked me when as a society we became so dehydrated that we all needed to carry large water bottles with us every where we go. I believe that dehydration is only part of the problem. I believe the missing piece are the electrolytes.
When you buy your first home, you are often given a one-year homeowner warranty with your purchase. While this isn’t always the case, for my husband and I it was a true blessing on our first house.
e would say that we are getting angrier as a nation, and that social media is the ’cause. What has happened to us as individuals that has brought about this change?