Becoming a morning person is not something that came easy to me. I am naturally inclined to stay up late and wake up late. As a busy parent I often found late nights to be the quietest time in our house so I could actually get work done without being interrupted by kids, texts and phone calls, or . . .
Did you know that today is National Gluten-Free Day? I don't know who declared all of these celebratory days but I'll play along. In honor of National Gluten-Free Day I want to introduce you to Anatomy of a PINEAPPLE, a blog dedicated solely to gluten-free cooking and created by a dear girlfriend of . . .
From Thanksgiving through New Years I indulged in a lot of everything. I've been feeling tired and sluggish -- a common effect of having too much sugar in my diet. I'm ready to reset back into a healthy eating lifestyle. Last year at this time I began following a whole food nutrition program called . . .
I'm ready for a holiday detox. My daughter baked up a storm of fresh scones, cinnamon rolls, cookies, and other baked treats from Thanksgiving to Christmas and I gave in to all of the temptation. I've been feeling tired and sluggish -- I know it's time to hit the reset button and detox. I'm here for . . .
We all know there are few occasions to get dressed up and celebrate these days but when I heard that the Kentucky Derby would go on this year I couldn't help but get a little excited. Even if this is an occasion with just your immediate family or if you'll spend Saturday watching the race with a few . . .
I’ve written several posts in the past few months about finding happiness in the midst of a pandemic. It’s so important to purposefully put things in your life that bring you happiness. I’m a social creature — I derive much of my happiness and energy from being around other people so these past few . . .