Most often I think of sustainability as being solely ecological, relating to waste and the overuse of natural resources such as trees and fresh water. However, there is another aspect of sustainability which is energetic in nature and other consequences … Continue reading
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When I stopped repeating the story of what I didn’t want or didn’t think I had and instead turned my attention to believing in the unexpected, my brain switched from complaining about a problem to inviting in a solution. Over … Continue reading
You read (in my post) last week that I was declaring myself financially able and enthusiastically ready to shop locally. It has seemed easy in the past to let myself fall back on old habits of shopping at corporate chains because … Continue reading
The technique I used for making one of my most elusive resolutions happen resulted in the actual manifestation of an opportunity (read that Post). With such surprising success, I have decided to rephrase my intentions for 2018 the same way. In … Continue reading
Understanding ourselves and our habits of mind can bring attention, awareness, and intention to our interactions, deepening our relationships. These personal insights can help support us in letting go of those pesky old habitual responses and actions that are not … Continue reading
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To continue the conversation of setting intentions and acting on the opportunities that arrive as I wrote in Follwing a Trail I have a story about a recent connection I made. I had the intention all year to … Continue reading
Since my own cooking is heavily influenced by other people I thought it would be nice for me to share the people I reference the most in my kitchen. Sarah Britton – My New Roots. http://www.mynewroots.org/site. She also has a … Continue reading
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This dish makes me grateful for Mexico – from where our bell peppers and avocados came. It’s getting warm in the North West but our spring does not bring peppers or avocados. My son picked a bag of baby bells … Continue reading
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There is something magical about raw chocolate. Any kind of chocolate can make me happy but honestly a few raw macaroons takes my love deeper. When I want something sweet I turn to Matthew Kenny’s book Everyday Raw. From shakes … Continue reading
this week at Farmers Market…