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Topic ~ Caregiving


Balancing Chakras with Colorful Food Choices

Last week was a tough week. However, much of the fracas with the week could have been spared had we slowed sooner by choice, rather than by necessity. One of the calamities was my coming down with “shingles.” It’s everything that has been said about it.  I chose to go...

Kitchen Hacks for the Caregiver

I’ll jump right in today and first tell you that there was an important food summit in Milan this week. American media distracted us with local politics, so we didn’t hear much about it. It was an important summit, however, that holds possibilities of long-term...

Topic ~ Human Trafficking


Is Human Trafficking on Our Dinner Menu?

Thanksgiving has come and gone and into the Christmas season I go. Outside lights already adorn the eaves. Inside will soon sparkle with lights and glitter. Most days, the sky has taken on a wintry look. Only a faint dusting of snow adorns the cold, hard ground and...

Topic ~ Food


Celebrate National Ice Cream Sandwich Day with Herbicide

This week we celebrated National Ice Cream Sandwich Day. Wow! I remember loving ice cream sandwiches! What’s not to love? The tender, chocolate or vanilla cake holding in place vanilla ice cream is delicious, memorable. Do you have a particular way of eating them? I...

Balancing Chakras with Colorful Food Choices

Last week was a tough week. However, much of the fracas with the week could have been spared had we slowed sooner by choice, rather than by necessity. One of the calamities was my coming down with “shingles.” It’s everything that has been said about it.  I chose to go...

Topic ~ Spiritual


Balancing Chakras with Colorful Food Choices

Last week was a tough week. However, much of the fracas with the week could have been spared had we slowed sooner by choice, rather than by necessity. One of the calamities was my coming down with “shingles.” It’s everything that has been said about it.  I chose to go...

Topic ~ Building Community


Balancing Chakras with Colorful Food Choices

Last week was a tough week. However, much of the fracas with the week could have been spared had we slowed sooner by choice, rather than by necessity. One of the calamities was my coming down with “shingles.” It’s everything that has been said about it.  I chose to go...