Monthly Archives: March 2014

Monday Mantra #5

  Doing it. And the space is so freeing. It’s amazing how dark and condensed we can feel when we’re stuck. Opening up, truly considering all the possibilities, makes life magical again.

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Balanced Oatmeal Raisin Cookies

Some Saturdays you just need to skip yoga and perfect your oatmeal cookie recipe. I love practicing yoga. But I also love practicing balance – rather, I’m practicing practicing balance. And while I mulled over going to class this morning…I … Continue reading

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The pace of modern life versus our cavewoman biochemistry

“It’s time to remember the absolute miracle that you are and to get back in touch with the magnificence of your existence.” Dr. Libby Weaver is a biochemist, holistic nutrition specialist and author who is legit saving lives with her … Continue reading

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Wednesday Wisdom #4

Trusting you with everything I have on this one, Mr. Chopra.

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Meatless Monday: Baked Ratatouille

I have a confession to make. I haven’t seen the movie. And I know that’s the first thing that comes to mind (and Google) when you hear that goofy word “ratatouille.” While I admittedly have not yet enjoyed the film, … Continue reading

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Monday Mantra 3.24.14

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Wednesday Wisdom 3.19.14

As someone who has always been a major damn-giver, this piece of wisdom has been revisited many, many times. But you know something? Practice makes….perhaps not “perfect,” but progress. Practice makes progress.

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Monday Mantra 3.17.14

More soul-shaking mantras at DanielleLaPorte.com. This woman is good. I’m taking a bite out of The Desire Map thanks to B School and my life will never be the same. Did I mention she’s good?

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Sorta Soda Bread

It’s hard to say what my hands-down favorite meal in Ireland was (The hearty vegetable soup! The ridiculously fresh salmon! The melt-in-your-mouth lamb! The hot whiskey – a meal in itself when nursing a cold. Shhh…) But the thing we … Continue reading

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Pledge to Plant

What a total blast at this weekend’s Good Food Festival. In one afternoon I learned how to ferment kombucha, explored the future of farmer’s markets, tried The Amazing Kale Burger, met amazing people who bring quality food into schools and … Continue reading

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