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Week In Review: Catching Up and Moving Forward

Hey friends, Last week was a big one. Wow. It was full of catching up on things I finally had time for, as WELL as filling in spaces with new things as I move forward into a new phase.  In retrospect, I see that I could have given myself more down time and not felt so rushed to get things going, but… I want to get things going. I want to get everything done on…

How I am Learning to Unplug and Slow Down (Part 2)

In continuation of yesterday’s post… I’d like to share what I have been doing to unplug and slow down. And I do mean practice. This is work. Even after the initial discomforts, it is something that I’ve been needing to consciously put into place. Even schedule and plan. Maybe this is not needed for everyone. But for anyone like me who is sensitive to overstimulation yet finds themself…

Why I Am Practicing Unplugging and Slowing Down (Part One)

  I had much I wanted to say about today’s topic, so I am making this a two-parter. Today I am writing about the anxiety levels I have experienced over the last couple of months and the connection I found it to have with technology. Come back tomorrow when I will continue by listing the ways I have been practicing unplugging and how I am consciously making an effort to decrease my anxiety.  &nbsp…

Recent Eats Catch Up (What I Ate Wednesday)

What happens when a lady has no desire or time to blog about food for a couple of weeks? …. she brings it all back in a catch up recent eats post! In celebration of lighter things – and just for a little much needed fun for both you and I – I’m sharing some of the good eats I’ve been enjoying over the last few crazy weeks.  There’s been…

Week In Review: A New Chapter Begins

  Well. It has come and it has gone. This last week marked my last week at the theatre school. The official end of three years.  Three. Years.    I closed out my shows after a second very successful week of runs. The shows kept getting better and better and were wonderfully received.  A Flea In Her Ear – George Feydeau Following the final show we had our graduation ceremony and awards night.  I shared the…

Week In Review: Updates from a Puddy Brain

Like last week, blog posts just aren’t flowing these days. I have much I could say. Many things, many thoughts, many transitions, many changes going on…. yet I’m having trouble grasping them all into a cohesive blog post. Anyone else find when they have more going on it is actually hardest to write? Or maybe this is part of a transition I’m finding myself currently in. Whatever the case, its…

Curried Chickpea Dosas (Gluten Free, Vegan)

Light and flexible Indian inspired dosas are filled with an incredibly flavorful, yet simple, chickpea curry . Very easy to make with minimal and inexpensive ingredients – its vegetarian cuisine at its finest. Make this meal for your next vegan culinary adventure and delight your taste buds!   You guys. These are SO GOOOOODDDD.  Today I’m bringing you another one of my recipes from the cookbook I told you about last week. I knew…

It Was A Week Where… (Week In Review)

It was a weird week. A week where I had enough feelings go through me for an entire half year. In fact this is the first time I’ve sat down to do my Week In Review and just can’t get a grasp on where to start.  …what happens when my hair person is late. #notmyspecialty It was a week where…   I ate doggy bagged sweet potato fries and onion rings for dinner…

Date Orange Bran Muffins Recipe

These Date Orange Bran Muffins are the perfect breakfast for a comforting morning at home. Nothing weird or adventurous, but just a super healthy, home inspired muffin laced with the caramel sweetness of dates and citrusy brightness of orange. Bran fans, unite!   Do you remember my Pear Fig Chia Bran Muffins? If so, you may recall my often forgotten adoration for bran. Bran muffins to be exactly precise. I don’t have them…

Digesting Emotions. What I Learned From BodyTalk.

As I mentioned on Monday, last week I attended a BodyTalk session. BodyTalk is basically impossible to explain and rather should just be experienced first hand – but in short, it works to balance out what the body may be currently holding onto or suppressing, and which – as a repercussion – is affecting our mental state. The body somehow sends messages, guiding the practitioner to areas where there is an imbalance, or where extra attention is…

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