Tips for Quick Healthy Dinners

What is the most common reason for not cooking at home for most of my clients?  A busy lifestyle and a lack of quick healthy dinner recipes. When I first realized I had food sensitivities to gluten, soy and corn I became very discouraged. I began looking diligently at food labels and found that almost […]

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Soulful Simplicity: Listening to Your Heart

“We don’t remove the clutter, reduce the stress, and boycott busyness to have a simple life.  We do it to have a life.” Courtney Carver from Soulful Simplicity  Courtney Carver is a blogger at the website Be More with Less.  She writes about simplicity, minimalism, intentional living and dressing with less.  I had read  Courtney’s […]

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Maple Syrup Brussels Sprouts

Brussels sprouts are a cute vegetable!  They look like small cabbages.  They may be small in size, but they are large in nutrition.  They are excellent sources of a number of nutrients, including vitamins C and K and also are very good sources of fiber, vitamin A, as well as a number of the B […]

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Where’s the Beef? All about Protein

Do you remember the hilarious Wendy’s commercial with the old woman who yelled “Where’s the beef?”, picking on the small size of McDonalds’ burgers?  I still remember running around as a kid yelling “where’s the beef!” and then collapsing in laughter.  It irritated my parents, but we, like millions of others, remembered it much to […]

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Quinoa Salad with Lemon Vinaigrette Dressing

Quinoa is a high-protein seed from South America.  It is much less allergenic than wheat or corn and has a good amount of protein plus is a good source of the minerals manganese, magnesium and iron. I cook it and use as a rice substitute or hot breakfast cereal.   It also  makes a great […]

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Exercise for the Athletically-Challenged

​Athletically-challenged. That’s me.I was always the last one picked for the kickball teams at recess during elementary school. The only extracurricular team sport I ever participated in was my neighborhood swim team during the summer between fifth and sixth grades. I was slow and almost always finished dead-last in the races I swam in that […]

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