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July 19, 2019

The children have been home all summer long and we have been exploring different adventures and projects to do. As the days get hotter and hotter, we like to cool down with popsicles, but as always, I try to control the amount of sugar they are getting in their diet. So we decided to make our own. My youngest suggested we make rainbow popsicles and then I suggested that we make them aligned with the chakras.

If you are not that familiar with chakras, they are energy centers that govern spiritual power in the human body. Although there are quite a few (114 chakras to be exact), many of us primarily hear about seven of them and the colors associated with each. The first chakra is the Root Chakra and is usually denoted as red (I Am); the second is the Sacral Chakra and is denoted as orange (I Feel) ; the third is the Solar Plexus and is denoted as yellow (I Do); the fourth is the Heart Chakra and is usually denoted as green (I Love); the fifth is the Throat Chakra and is denoted as bl...

November 17, 2018

We know that during the holiday season, there is a lot of indulgence taking place. You will probably eat foods that you don't normally have in your diet. You may even give yourself permission to consume some unhealthy foods because you don't normally eat these at all, saying "What's eating that dish going to do to me anyway, I am just going to eat what I want this holiday and have a good time." While the holiday season is a wonderful time to connect with family and friends it is also an important time to stay on your food game so you don't get too far off track and have to make drastic changes to get back what you've worked so hard to achieve. If you have any health goals that you are trying to meet during this time, try following these three simple rules so that you can stay on your food game and survive Thanksgiving healthy, happy, and guilt-free.   

1 - Prepare Yourself Mentally

During this time of year, you wa...

May 26, 2017

Coconut Thai Vegetable Curry - Just a little Something I prepared for dinner last night.I love Thai dishes, but I just don't want to spend a grip when you go out to a good Thai restaurant. You can whip up a quick dish at home with one little shortcut. Check the rough recipe.

Rough Recipe: In an oven, set on broil, roast tofu that has been cut into cubes. You can season with sesame oil, black pepper and salt. As it roasts, the tofu will incorporate those flavors. Once the tofu is golden brown, remove from oven and reserve. Next, roast eggplant that has been cut into cubes as well. I like to coat the eggplant with olive oil, salt and pepper. Then reserve to the side. In a frying pan, add some olive oil and sauté green onions, red and yellow peppers and then reserve.

Okay, so here is the shortcut. You can find some good thai curry paste at your local Asian market. The paste has quite a few ingredients and it saves some time when you purchase the paste so that you don't have to make it from...

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