Happy eve of autumn. Spring and summer, I welcome with open arms -- the enthusiasm of a kid getting ready for school to let out and all the joyous, carefree feelings that the longer days of sunshine, evoke. Fall...not so much. Sure, we look forward to opening windows, pine cones and especially Halloween, but for someone who waits all year to leap into spring, this is a much … [Read more...] about I Think I’m FALLing
In yoga and meditation we pay a lot of attention to balancing our chakras through visualizations, asanas (postures) and crystals. We can also wear clothing, accessories and stones/jewelry, especially in focusing in on a particular chakra we want to bring attention to. But I like to have fun with food... Whenever I make salads, regardless of what else goes in, I like to … [Read more...] about She Comes in Colors Everywhere
http://www.peta.org/living/food/accidentally-vegan/ … [Read more...] about Accidently Vegan Food List………..
Thanks to everyone that came out for senior strength training today. While this particular class has been slow to grow, today we were over 30 strong--and I DO mean strong...Don't forget the SilverSneakers luncheon is this Thursday at 12:30 at China Buffet on University Drive and Sunset Strip---head count is about 110! It's our once a year splurge and we will just work harder … [Read more...] about Again with the Diet and Exercise!!!!
As a kid, one of the few foods I didn't like, was pumpkin pie...and other than carving one, I didn't know there was much else to do with this gourd. Boy did I have a lot to learn! Once we had the boys, I loved roasting the seeds and they loved eating them. But there is so much more purpose for that great pumpkin. Canned pumpkin is a fabulous substitute for the fats and … [Read more...] about The Great Pumpkin