Health and Wellness

I love a good Cookbook!

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The first step in eating well is cooking for yourself.  I enjoy cooking for the most part.  I’ve made excuses in the past about being too busy.  Truth is I don’t often have a plan to cook.  Last year, I started off the year living a vegan lifestyle.  Learning and having the discipline to be vegan needed to start at home cooking for myself.   After being vegan for 3ish months, I did begin eating fish and then later meat.  I think you will see from these cookbooks that I am inspired by cooking light, healthy food that is just as delicious as food you’d get while eating out.  I want to enjoy the cooking experience.  I didn’t count cookbooks in my 112 challenge but here are my favorite cookbooks during my year of reading 112 books: (more…)

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Books to Launch Your 2017

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“New year, New you” is mocked these days on social media because often times we don’t maintain our resolutions.  Still, I am a believer in the power of goal setting.  Few things motivate me more than dreaming, planning, and mapping out my accomplishments this time of year.  True I didn’t accomplish everything in 2016, I certainly feel the growth and difference a year can make.  Often what I read says a lot about me and my focus.  Here I share with you books I’ve read or will read to improve my health (mental and physical), finances, professional ambitions, productivity and more.   (more…)

The Idea of Wellth

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Most of us want to work hard, achieve a level of success and build wealth.  At what cost though?  What is being wealthy worth if you don’t have a real life?  In this thought provoking book titled: Wellth: How I Learned to Build a Life Not a Resume the author, Jason Wachob explores the idea of wellness based on the following:  (more…)