I was recently ghosted by a man I had been dating for five months. Today I came across these words from the very wise Maya Angelou. Thank you, Maya.
This is from Maya’s book, Letter to My Daughter.
The theme of not making last week’s recipes continues! My big challenge is that I go to the gym in the evenings. There’s not really much time between getting home and whenever the class starts, and it’s so late when... Continue reading →
Part of my menu plan was Broccoli Rabe, Garlic and Golden Raisins as found in the Cooking Light magazine back when I had a subscription. It’s only six ingredients and pulls together in less than 30 minutes. Yay! However, when... Continue reading →
My second Menu Plan Monday and already there’s a pattern! The pattern of meals from the previous week not being made and being pushed onto this week’s menu! Huzzah! MONDAY: White Bean and Escarole Soup TUESDAY: Lime Fish Tacos WEDNESDAY:... Continue reading →
According to my menu plan for this week, Monday’s meal was Turkey with Ginger and Green Onion Salt Dip. I adapted it from Cooking Light’s Chicken with Ginger and Green Onion Salt Dip recipe so it works with my Warrior Genotype*... Continue reading →
I love menu planning! I love going through my recipe list and finding new things to try each week. Now I am trying to learn how to eat within my Warrior genotype diet, which is an offshoot of the blood... Continue reading →
I’ve seen a couple of other blogs posting monthly goals. This sounds like a good idea and something I should probably do. I could write more to fill up space, but I don’t want to. Done is better than perfect,... Continue reading →
Today is the 1st day of 2015. Many people are making resolutions, but I’m not one of them. Coincidentally, however, I just realized that in 371 days I am taking the Bear to Disney World to celebrate his Magic Birthday!... Continue reading →
I have a 7-year-old. And I have a cat. And I’m currently fostering a kitten who is proving to be very smart. Continue reading →
It’s hard to come up with meals my son will eat without saying “I’m done” about three bites in. He usually picks out only the stuff he wants to eat and ignores the rest. The above picture shows pre-packaged cooked... Continue reading →