Celery

Celery is a veggie that doesn’t stand out in the average households vegetable intake. Celery shows up on a veggie and dip tray but where else do we see celery in our day to day food life. I tend to only reach for the celery when I’m making tuna or salmon salad for sandwiches. It’s […]

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Stress is like Junk Food

At this time of year I usually post about New Year’s Resolutions. The following post has some relevance to a new beginning. It’s about a bad habit many of us try to do better at when the calendar turns to a new year. HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL. May you go through 2020 with less […]

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No official post today

Just want to say that I hope you are all enjoying your holiday season with the people you love. I did not do a post for this week as we are enjoying our holiday season somewhat “Unplugged”. I’ll catch up with you the first week of January. “I will honour Christmas in my heart, and […]

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MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL!

Wow….it’s that time of year again. My mother always told me that life goes by faster as we get older. With Christmas upon us again, I’m inclined to agree with her analogy in this regard. It seems like Christmas 2018 just passed and here we are at Christmas 2019. Speaking about my Mom….my beautiful and […]

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Sweet Potatoes

I’m revisiting a topic I have written about in the past. Why? Because I love sweet potatoes and they love us! They deserve to be given added attention because they provide us with such good nutrition. Sweet potatoes are rich in vitamins and minerals our bodies require. They are also a very good source of […]

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Asking for help!

This is a topic that I am living with every day now. My Multiple Sclerosis is at the point that I have no other choice than to ask for help with most of the day-to-day things I use to take for granted. It’s not an easy thing to do, especially me with an A type […]

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Tea is so good!

I’m going to start this post off by saying that I use to drink about 6 cups of green tea a day. Now I’ve fallen back into the organic coffee habit but I still try to incorporate herbal and green tea into my day somewhere…somehow. Tea…many different kinds….so good for us….so healing….so stimulating….metabolism booster…digestive aid…anti-inflammatory…the […]

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Lemon & Honey Water

You are already drinking lemon water because you know it’s good for you, refreshing and calorie free. How about adding another element of nutrition and flavor to that hydrating elixir……HONEY! We know lemon is high in vitamin C and other vitamins and minerals. We know honey is antibacterial, antifungal and good for digestion among other […]

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Raisins

Do you get your recommended amount of fruit per day….that being 2 cups per day? If you answered no to this question then why not start adding raisins to your weekly rotation of fruits. Raisins are fruit…..they are dried grapes. Raisins are seedless grapes that are put on paper trays and allowed to dry in […]

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Understanding

As the great Buddhist monk Thich Nhat Hans said “UNDERSTANDING IS LOVE’S OTHER NAME. IF YOU DON’T UNDERSTAND YOU CANT LOVE.” Understanding others is “empathy”. In fact it is the top of the list when defining understanding. The skill or “Art” of understanding is something many people do not possess. People who are understanding of […]

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