What I’m Reading Now

Happy Friday all! The weather is getting slightly warmer in DC making life a little bit happier 🙂 I’m reading a lot of interesting things both for work and play and wanted to share with you all. For Work A lot of my counseling centers around Intuitive Eating, listening to your body and being realistic … Continue reading

Slow Cooker Vegan Lentil Chili

This winter is never ending so I have taken things into my own hands. Vacation in Florida! The perfect escape from the snow. One thing I do love about the cooler months is this beauty. My intake of crock pot meals increases noticeably in the winter and I’m not complaining! There’s nothing better than coming home after … Continue reading

Is soy good or bad for you?

Is soy linked to breast cancer? Can eating too much soy increase estrogen levels? Is soy bad for you if you are a male? These common questions are often asked about soy. So what should we believe? Research around soy is ongoing, but there are a few things that have been revealed. Soy intake can … Continue reading

Summer Lovin’ Part II

The second half of August was split between a trip home to Florida and a blogging conference in Philadelphia! The week in Florida included a little R&R at my favorite place…..the beach! Beautiful water, refreshing food, and quality time with the rents=happyUsually more days are spent beaching, but this time there was something even more … Continue reading

Summer Lovin’ Part I

If you’re alive, you can’t be bored in San Francisco.  If you’re not alive, San Francisco will bring you to life.  (William Saroyan) The past 30 days of my life were spent in San Francisco, Florida, and Philadelphia, and I have finally made it back to DC (just in time for an earthquake and hurricane. … Continue reading

Extreme Grouponing

Every day I open my e-mail and find a list of amazing deals available in the DC area. And each day I’m tempted by the deals as they are awaiting their purchase. Sometimes I am strong enough to delete them, but often times the deals are too good to ignore. I admit it: I.Love.Groupons. I’ve … Continue reading

Eat a Rainbow

For foods that provide a powerhouse of nutrition, fruits and veggies are the way to go. But not all fruits and vegetables are created equal. Different colored produce provide different nutrients to aid in our overall health. To get the most out of your meals and to keep your body healthy, eat a rainbow of … Continue reading