I finally sat down this week and began to write out my recipes. I have been tracking how much I spend on food this year, and consistently, I am at under $12 a day. This includes three meals a day and a random sweet treat. As I put this together my mind explodes with ideas … Continue reading Sunday Menu
I have said my whole life that while I am eating one meal, I am thinking about the next. I just love food! But in the past year, I have had my best relationship ever, with it. In September of last year I found myself in hospital with sixth nerve palsy. I was away in … Continue reading I got this
I am not sure I know what to think of the latest craze in replacing the burger. Let's be clear, I eat a whole foods, plant based diet; and I love a burger as much as the next girl. I just happen to use beans to make it. Well now I have a new option … Continue reading Healthy Fat?
In three days my veggie eatin' daughter will be home. I am so excited to see her and feed her good food. She is a vegetarian, so there will be cheese in the house, and compromises to be made. Food is such an important part of a families time together. The dinner table is where … Continue reading What Are You Bringing to the Dinner Table?
For the past 10 years I have been 80% plant based. However, in the past year I have decided to take my heart more serious. I am looking for other people who eat food to collaborate with. I am not your average vegan, if there is such a thing. I do not consume oil, nuts, … Continue reading Calling ALL People Who Eat Food
This year, I have moved to a whole foods, plant based way of eating (I deliberately do not use the word diet) and I want to talk about how it works and how I feel. I do not call myself a Vegan, but Vegan is a word that represents all of my food. However, Vegans … Continue reading Carbohydrates – Yes or No?
Writing about a place is a new thing for me. So please bear with me, as I figure out what's enough, too much or unnecessary. Moving forward, my intention is to write small pieces about single experiences, but I could not leave this great place without acknowledging some of its greatness. For the past two … Continue reading Thank You Pahoa
I celebrated 20 years with a major Canadian Insurer this January, and 2 weeks later I resigned. As I opened up to Senior Vice Presidents, Co-workers and friends, I heard how brave I must be , to make such life changing decision. To be honest, I don’t see it. The job was slowing killing me. … Continue reading Learning to Let Go