We were talking about this in Culinary Confidence yesterday, and I had this lightbulb moment: Everyone needs access to this information! So here's the SparkNotes version...It seems counterintuitive, but it's true: Dieting is one of the primary reasons why people's weight climbs despite their best intentions, and it's not the product of failed willpower. How Dieting … Continue reading If you want to gain weight, diet.
Routines? Rituals? Isn't it all just semantics? Short Answer: Kind of. And to be completely honest with you, I don't care what you call it. What matters most is the intention behind what you're doing. Let's break it down. When I'm talking to clients about their routines, they usually bring up mindless acts - the things they "go through … Continue reading From Ritual To Routine: Making The Mundane Mindful
Calling all procrastinators! You won't find any judgement here when it comes to meal planning procrastination. If you've put off your Thanksgiving appetizer plan, I get it. There's so many moving parts that go into a big meal that it's easy for apps to go by the wayside which is exactly why I love this … Continue reading Thanksgiving Appetizer: Hummus with a Twist
If you're anything like me, most mornings you hustle out the door so fast that you're lucky if you remember to grab the coffee you brewed for yourself. 🤦 Some mornings will be like that, and that, of course, is ok. That's life. But whenever possible, consciously starting our morning with a calming routine we've … Continue reading Why Are Routines So Important?
Perspective really does matter. It's not just some old-school saying we should let travel through and out our ears. How often do we get caught up with what’s going on around us that we forget to focus on what’s right in front of us? When we pause to enjoy the present moment – what’s right … Continue reading Perspective Matters