Even while traveling I still try to keep eating at drive thrus to a minimum. I try to keep it to about once a day if possible but some traveling days that just doesn’t work. The second day of our trip was the day of the Atlanta road/bridge collapse and we had to make a […]… Continue reading Fast Food – a fun treat especially during road trips!
A great story and beautiful pictures by Beverly Blaine – what an inspiration!
Do you have a go-to restaurant where you frequent when you just don’t have the spoons (more on spoon theory here) or the energy or right mental health state to cook a meal? Mine is a local Toronto chain that is amazing. Fresh. They have delicious vegan and vegetarian food. I honestly go there a few times a month because it is right down the street and I enjoy it so much. I usually order the exact same dish each time – the squash tacos. There is something about the textures and flavours that is just so appealing and that I crave constantly. It’s one of my comfort foods. A few weeks ago, I was thinking about going to eat some but also considering that I needed to eat out less for financial reasons. I thought – what if I could recreate the squash tacos on my own? This past…
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What if we talked about mental health with a gentler voice?
Mental health is found more and more in the media these days for good reasons. Awareness and education makes us less fearful of people who suffer with mental health challenges and replaces that fear with compassion.
I should have listened to my stomach... I had a bit of a stomach ache tonight, but I still insisted on having this sweet and delicious root beer float after dinner. That rich vanilla taste melting together with the root beer is purely bliss. How could I resist? Sip after sip, spoonful after spoonful I… Continue reading When to say no to Ice Cream Floats and a Lesson in Listening to your Pain.
This is my very first blog and a new project I'm taking on about inner health and our relationship with it.