Where will you be on January 1st? Bloated and tired from three months of holiday celebrating? Or will you be feeling energetic enough to tackle a 5k? The choice is up to you, and it starts now. It starts with setting a goal and making a commitment. Thanks to Lifetime Fitness (my gym which I […]
Happy Halloween! Did you carve pumpkins? We finally worked on ours last night. Joe and Leila sketched pumpkin faces out on paper and Jeff carved them into the pumpkins. I love their originality! See if you can tell which child enjoyed the pumpkin guts and which one wanted nothing to do with them. Happy Halloween! […]
I’m always excited when I see my Ecocentric Mom box arrive in the mail. It’s like opening a big present full of little presents. Hand wrapped in pink tissue and organza bags, a collection of new eco-friendly products to try. So much fun! This month brought a pleasant surprise in the form of a full […]
I left you last week with a cry of frustration over my disease. While I think it was a good thing to write in the moment to let others know what celiac disease is really like, I also know it can be poison to let these frustrations take over. I spent Friday in bed with […]
The other day, I went searching for a granola recipe with no added sugar. I found one on Pinterest labeled “sugar-free granola”, clicked through to the recipe and found honey in the ingredients. Hmm…not quite sugar-free. I started playing around with the ingredients I had on hand and came up with this mix. Oats, almonds, […]
I’m mad. And sad. And frustrated. And ticked off. Mad at myself. Mad at this disease. Mad at those who call my disease “trendy”. Two weeks ago, I was “glutened” in a restaurant. I went through all the right steps, asked all the right questions, and still got sick. Halfway through my meal, I felt […]
Last month, Jeff and I embarked on the Whole Foods September Challenge. For me, it was a way to try to figure out what foods were still bothering me after going gluten and dairy-free. For him, it was a different kind of challenge. I’ll let him tell you about it… I’ve been an active […]
It might not feel like fall around here, but my kitchen is starting to smell like it. Fall is my favorite time of year for vegetables. I love cutting into a big fat squash and smelling the sweet orange flesh as I scoop out the seeds. Packed with antioxidants, orange vegetables help reduce your risk […]
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