Navigating the subtle matters of the heart isn’t always easy, but it doesn’t mean our physical heart has to suffer alongside our ups and downs too. On the bright side of getting our blood flowing so that we can feel our best, we’re turning to the hawthorn berry for nourishment. Read the full post HERE.
If you are looking for simple, wholesome DIY face wash recipes, look no further! During the holiday season, I got crafty in the kitchen and experimented with several DIY honey face washes, and I’m here to share my top three picks with you. I chose these recipes for simplicity, purity of ingredients, aroma, and texture. After trying these DIY honey face wash recipes for yourself, you may never again need to buy a pre-made face cleanser! Read the full post HERE.
Many of us exit the holiday season feeling like it’s time to refresh our plates and our palates by trying a little something new. For fresh flavors that’ll soothe your belly and your bank account, look no further! The answer is in… cabbage. (Yes, like in the old-school fairy tale “Rapunzel.”)
Cabbage is easy to find in the winter, is affordable, and can be prepared in so many fabulous and flavorful ways. And if you’re thinking this plain veggie isn’t a “dark leafy green,” you’re dismissing it too soon. Read the full post HERE.
When you think of winter, what comes to mind? Sparkling snowflakes, red berries, and evergreens? Hot chocolate and twinkling lights? Or dark, quiet days?
For all of the winter lovers out there, this cool, dark season can provide a wonderful opportunity to simplify life and to slow down and reflect on the past year. However, there are also those who dread the cold, harsh, dark days of winter. If you are in that camp, seasonal colds, seasonal depression, and too much time spent indoors may form the landscape of your winter experience. Get the full post HERE!
You’re not alone in your sentiments if the sight of gourds, squash, and pumpkins evokes a seasonal, perhaps nostalgic, feel. These green, gold, and orange hard-skinned beauties make appealing centerpieces and fall decor. Squashes also bring a certain coziness and grounding energy to the nourishment we need during the cold weather.
But cutting, peeling, and actually cooking hard-exterior varieties like butternut and acorn squash can sometimes seem a bit daunting. Here’s the good news: If you’re craving that perfect home-cooked fall dish but want to cut out most of the cutting and peeling, I have just the squash for you: delicata!