Can we all collectively rejoice that my Whole30 is over and now I can make (and post) way more exciting recipes? Not surprisingly, my first week after the Whole30 is full of some of my favorite tried-and-true recipes. Here's a glimpse into what I'm making:
As awards season encroaches, we recap the best movies of the year so far, preview what’s to come, and talk about why movies just aren’t what they used to be anymore. Silence your phone, grab some popcorn, sit back, and enjoy.
The other day I casually mentioned to friends that I listen to Heather Dubrow's podcast. Now, I have guilt that they think that's the only podcast I listen to in my free time. On the contrary, I listen to A LOT of podcasts, whether I'm walking my dog, cleaning my house, cooking, showering, driving... you get it. Here are my favorites right now:
Let’s talk yoga. We break down a few of the most popular types of yoga classes, some of the benefits of yoga, as well as etiquette for attending. Then we give some tips about how to strike a balance (pun intended) between casually chatting about your practice, and not sounding like a yogi snob.
Here's the thing: I'd go whole-hog for Thanksgiving if I could. When I see a maple-whiskey turkey brine, some spicy cornbread dressing, or extra-garlicky bread sticks, I think YES- but my family thinks NO! So, for the most part, we're not allowed to mess with the traditional Thanksgiving fare, which my mom handles solo. Instead, she lets me do some of the extras, like appetizers, sides, a dessert, and a necessary cocktail. Here's what I'm contributing this year:
Another day of delicious eats! You must try these pancakes.
Who’s ready for some quality family time after a heated election season! Not you? Follow our tips for a Thanksgiving free of stress and politics.
After the election, I did not want to write a blog post about the election. Yet, writing about anything else seemed so superficial and... artificial. I just couldn't pretend to be interested in what I ate on Wednesday. I needed a few days to decide how I am going to move onward and upward and keep at it. I will be back with regular posts tomorrow.
Erin and Sheila take on a more serious topic this week: homelessness. They each share their experience, and offer some thoughts on how to choose compassion over judgment. Not asking anyone to change the world today, but maybe we can start with perspective.