One Step at a Time.

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The reason I am presenting the information here in “steps” is that I honestly feel that a lot of people fail at making a lifestyle shift/change because they set themselves up for failure. It’s like trying to pull a U-turn on a one-way street when you try to go from one way of living to something that may be completely … Read More

STEP 1: First Things First.

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1. Start reading labels on everything you eat.The easiest way to sort of avoid having to do too much of this is to eat things that are as close to how they come from nature as possible. Fruit, veggies, meat, nuts, cheese. However, I know this isn’t always easy to do, so here is what to look for. When you … Read More

What it means to be mindful.

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Dictionary.com Unabridged (v 1.0.1) – Cite This Source mind‧ful  /ˈmaɪndfəl/ Pronunciation Key – Show Spelled Pronunciation[mahynd-fuhl] Pronunciation Key – Show IPA Pronunciation –adjective attentive, aware, or careful (usually fol. by of): mindful of one’s responsibilities. [Origin: 1375–1425; late ME mindeful. See mind, -ful] —Related forms mind‧ful‧ly, adverb mind‧ful‧ness, noun —Synonyms heedful, thoughtful, regardful. Dictionary.com Unabridged (v 1.0.1)Based on the Random … Read More

Blog Post Index

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December 2010 Easy Recipe: Grain-Free Salmon CakesPractical Paleo Nutrition Workshops in January 2011Monday Motivation: 10 Tips for Staying on Track This Holiday SeasonBites I Love: WAXdrop Eco-Friendly Palm Wax CandlesEasy Recipe: Sautéed Red Cabbage with ApplesWhat the Heck Can I Do With Coconut Butter?Easy Recipe: Grain-Free Sausage & Apple Holiday Dressing (or Stuffing)Easy Recipe: Fresh Herb & Sea Salt Blend … Read More