So, it's been a while! Between personal stuff, family events, a move and more, Joel and I fell off the boat. May was essentially a string a various wheat-treats all in the name of throwing caution to the wind and loosing up a little. The pizza was great but we are both feeling the few … Continue reading Getting Back in the Boat
We have added rice back into our diet and, at first, it was tough to not eat rice everyday. We've found a balance and when we do indulge, we like cooking up paleo-friendly Asian inspired dishes. Here is a yummy chicken and broccoli meal for you. Chicken Marinade: 2 boneless chicken breasts cut into small pieces … Continue reading Paleo-Friendly Chicken and Broccoli
We are way overdue for a post. Life has been quite busy for our little family and we have had to restrict our energies to those things that are most important. Yesterday, I didn't get a shower until after 5 PM because our little one was ill and I had to keep up with business … Continue reading When the bathroom became my mat
We hope that you are having a happy and healthy Spring. Just sharing a link to a phenomenal Sweet & Sour Chicken recipe. We used coconut aminos and would reduce the honey a bit next time. Our limited sugar intake really has adjusted our palate. Make it your own! Kudos to The Domestic Man for this great … Continue reading Sweet & Sour Chicken
When we face loss, disappointment, disease, disaster...fill in the blank...the fall out of emotions can be immense. The process of feeling, healing and recovering can be consuming and, at moments, suffocating. It is in those moments that I have to practice peace continuously. That sentence flutters off the tongue a WHOLE LOT easier than it … Continue reading Practicing Peace and Honoring Love
When, yes, when, life deals you a blow or two or twenty that take you from your course, it is hard to come back to emotional balance. In fact, there are some blows which require a process of recovering. In actuality, we are not the same, we don't always recover the place or position we … Continue reading Overcoming heart break and disappointments
This past week has been one of those trying weeks. Our little one was ill with some winter cold/flu which seemed to bring with it the added symptoms of the terrible-twos. More than one time I shot Joel the look of, "Help, please. Uncharted territory!" There are times that life brings us snot, tears, tissues, … Continue reading The Flu, Terrible-Twos and Finding Balance
Hello everyone, I would like to first say sorry for being a bit absent in recent weeks. As you all know, life can sometimes get a bit crazy and time does fly. We will make sure to be a bit more consistent with our finding, musings, recipes and suggestions. Today we decided to try our … Continue reading Pizza Party!!
In my area this week, we were brought to a halt due a snow storm. Living in a coastal mid-Atlantic, some would argue Southern, state, we are not accustomed to any sort of ice, sleet or snow. Northerners, Upper Westerners and Mid-westerners who travel to our area laugh at what shuts down our schools and … Continue reading Making time to pause
Head held in shame. It is all a learning experience. So, you all saw it chronicled here. I fell to grain-free sweet treats over the holidays and one day after Christmas, my itching legs drew me back to removing sugar. The first two days after, I simply didn't eat anything with added sugar. I had … Continue reading Candida Diet: Part Dos…I had a relapse!