Someone once told me I don’t have the power to change a person’s circumstances. Maybe not, but if I can spread some joy and happiness, isn’t it worth the attempt?
Celebrating innovation, super gorgeous photography, humor, and dedication to food and cooking that is not just healthy, but both delicious and fun to eat.
A few notes on deep breathing vs. hyperventilating.
Everyday rhythms, the soundtrack of life. Same commute, different people: you each have your journey in your ears.
There’s a whole wonderful world of drink choices just perfect for curling up under grandma’s quilt on a cold snowy winter’s eve!
An afternoon sitting next to the pond, watching dragonflies skim the water. Two days of retreat. No cell phone, no Wi-Fi. Just a little gunfire.
December days are still getting shorter and the afternoons bring a chill. Time to rethink and reorganize.
Joan Nathan starts us on a tour through the Jewish holidays as told in food. First stop: Moroccan Beet Leaf Salad and Apple-Nut Haroset!
People don’t often talk about what grief feels like. I suppose people don’t often talk about what many things feel like, much less something as big and confusing as grief.
If you’ve never tried this preparation of veggies, you’re going to be surprised how roasting brings out the natural sweetness!
Preparing for the uncertain future or enjoying the sunshine today? My intention is to try to be the person who can do both.