This warming endive pasta is perfect for a cozy winter night. The recipe makes plenty for two, or double it for dinner with friends. Endive promotes healthy digestion and is anti-inflammatory, so snuggle in and chow down! Ingredients: 1 lb. brown rice pasta 1 head endive, rinsed & chopped 2 garlic cloves, minced 3 shallots, chopped 1/4 cup toasted pine nuts 1/2 cup raisins 2 tbsp. olive oil Directions: Boil... Read More
Body Love Challenge! Stand in front of your mirror naked and tell your body how incredible, beautiful, and perfect it is! Remember that you are lovely, and that your body gives you life. Say Thank You for legs that take you where you need to go, lungs that help you breathe, arms that give and receive hugs, and eyes to help you see. Bonus challenge: Try this once... Read More
As winter weather kicks in, our bodies naturally crave warmer foods and drinks. There’s nothing like sitting by the fire under holiday decorations with a giant cup of hot cocoa. However, most store-bought hot chocolate is filled with chemicals, additives, and tons of sugar. Give your body a break and make your own hot chocolate to ensure its ingredients are few and pure, and taste superb. Bonus: Make your own... Read More
Spend some quality time with your body, let those clothes drop! This little ritual always feels a little scary and a little exciting, as if you’re a kid again doing something you’re not supposed to be doing. Go ahead, walk around your house naked! And remember when you do that your body is perfect exactly the way it is, and so are you!
Let loose and dance like no one is watching! Is your roomie/partner/dog/mom home too? Pull them in for a spontaneous dance party! Don’t be afraid to get down wherever you are, release that negativity and have fun.
Live houseplants are a great way to boost your spirits. Not only are they a lovely way to change up your decor, but they also contribute to cleaner air in your living space, making you healthier and happier! An easy way to keep plants alive in your home is to change them up seasonally. In the warmer months, plant flowers and succulents and in the cooler months plant winter trees... Read More
Happy Thanksgiving! Today is a day to practice gratitude and spend time with loved ones. Most of us contemplate the wonderful fortunes we have in our lives – friendships, family, good food to eat, etc. But today, make sure you also say Thank You to yourself! Make a list of spectacular things about your body because it is uniquely yours!
Wondering what to make for dessert when you have gluten sensitive guests? Look no further! This Apple Crisp is a simple and quick recipe that doesn’t compromise on flavor. Serve it for dessert after dinner and save the leftovers for a tasty midday snack. This is an awesome holiday dessert that you can feel good about eating. Ingredients: 3 Large Apples (I used Granny Smith, but use your favorite apple!)... Read More
Listen to your body this week. Are you craving something sweet? Grab that dark chocolate! Don’t be afraid to let your body tell you what it needs, and don’t feel guilty for listening!
Redecorating your living space can be cleansing and refreshing. Splurge on a cute new decor piece, or add some greenery into your home. Go crazy and throw out some old things that are taking up too much space. In love with all your furnishings and decor? Even something as simple as rearranging your furniture can boost your mood and get the good vibes flowing. Spend the day making your... Read More