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Week in Review: Ending off October

So um… happy November? Excuse me, what!? I, for one, am no where near close to thinking of things like snow and reindeer noses. I’ll keep playing in leaves, thank you very much. So then its a good thing this past week was full of beautiful fall weather to send October off right and keep me sane. I had a week off from classes, but I did begin rehearsals for my next show so it wasn&#8217…

Tofu Scramble and Vegan Sausage Patties (Double Recipe)

Tofu Scramble and Vegan Sausage Patties – hitting you with a DOUBLE recipe today! Who likes Brinner?? Brinner (breakfast for dinner) is the evening meal of choice. In London, 44 per cent of us have had it, with one in 10 revealing that they do this regularly, according to a recent survey by Birds Eye. Okay, so this is what came up first when I looked up the definition for “brinner.” Not sure I needed to…

Friday Favorites: Detective work

Hi! Since I’ve never done a reaaal “Friday Favorites” post, I thought I’d make my first one a bit more general. Annnnd with my new little blog makeover and all, I say its time I start sharing a little more about the girl behind the key board… a little more about me! Thanks to Heather and Katie for the link up! An early exercise in The Artist Way is called, “Detective Work…

Week in Review: There’s Always Something

Another week has gone by, which means its time to list up! Thanks a million to the lovely host, Meghan. So, last week this link up was easy-peasy. I felt like I had a very productive week, did lots of new things, ate lots of new, good food, and therefore had all the tools for an interesting post. Then this week… I didn’t feel this way at all. At least when it came to Friday.  When…

Selfish, or Confident?

As I work on my recovery, my challenge is to take care of myself. To put myself, and my needs, first. To me, this notion still makes me cringe.  Because to me, this screams “selfish!!!!” I have always believed that I must put others’ needs and emotions before my own. I’ve lived off the notion that, “as long as they are okay… everything is good.” But where did this get me? Crumbled…

WIAW: Good Food

Happy Wednesday! I’m taking the opportunity to put a little sparkle in “hump day” and celebrate food. WIAW style. Thanks to the ‘fabricator,’ Jenn! and Arman for hosting this week’s party As I mentioned on Monday, I ate dammmmn good well last week. I wish I got more pictures of some of my eats, as I was taken out a few times (bonus) and was proud of my choices.  But oh well…

Week in Review… LISTS!

I… LOVE… this link up. Like our fabulous host, Meghan, I love lists. I like making them. I like adding to them. I like starting new ones when I think my old one looks too disorganized. Heck, I even find myself adding something to my list AFTER I’ve actually done it, just to feel that delicious satisfaction of the… duh duh duh… cross off. I almost always have a notebook going that is geared…

Thanking your ED

Thanking your eating disorder. A blasphemous notion. A notion which, a year ago, would have caused me to scoff in angry disgust. Why would I want to thank something that has taken away so much from my life; something that has caused me to lose relationships and provoke worry in my family; something that has made me into someone I don’t know; something that took away my dream. Not even my hospitalization suggested such a notion. And then…

Kale Pesto Recipe (plus WIAW: The Gym Was Closed…)

Today I bring you a super delicious, super colorful and super nutritious recipe for Kale Pesto. A lightened up, less expensive take on the classic – but with all the flavor that’d you expect (and twice the nutrients!).   Hi everyone – and welcome to my “new and improved” site. I’m still figuring stuff out and seeing if I like this current layout etc, so bare with me as I…

Thanksgiving

To all my fellow Canadians – Happy Thanksgiving! Today is Thanksgiving Monday, which means this weekend was (and may continue to be) full of thoughts of family, gratitude, fall colors, friends and turkey. Thanksgiving – and all holidays – always bring their tug-a-war of ups and downs. It’s hard being away from family, and just the fall air can fill you with nostalgia and homesickness.  And eating disorders…. hate holidays. Sigh. This has got to…

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