Category: Basics

Homemade Intensive Organic Night Cream for Face & Neck

I have a lot of people tell me they aren’t creative or crafty in or out of the kitchen. I don’t believe that’s true. I believe that all of us, no matter who we are, have a little bit of art inside us of…

Pie, Glorious Pie & A Few Other Holiday Must Haves

We had other foods on Thanksgiving of course that are my favorites, but I’ll start with the pies. There aren’t many people on the planet who dislike pie. I can’t even fathom such a crazy thing. I absolutely love that we can have food…

Homemade Organic Super Green Powder

I couldn’t be happier with our weather this summer. Heck, even spring was fantastic! The abundant sunshine and high temperatures have been great for the garden (and me!). I can’t believe I haven’t been gardening in raised boxes my entire life. From this point forward,…

Simple Roasted Vegetable Lunch

According to Dr. Terry Wahls who healed her Progressive MS with a nutrient dense diet that she specifically designed for her mitochondria and her brain, we should be eating 6-9 cups of leafy greens and colorful vegetables per day. Per DAY. The largest part of…

Spinach & Basil Pesto

I love pesto. It’s so versatile and easy to add to meat, vegetable, pasta, and zoodle dishes. My pesto is vegan and nut free and quite delicious, if I do say so myself. I don’t miss the cheese or the nuts. If you can tolerate goat…

A Big Tight Hug & An Amazing Avocado Dressing

On Monday we found out that my schizophrenic aunt, Nan, had been evicted from her apartment a week prior and had been taken to a shelter by the apartment management. The management had my mother’s phone number in her file and never bothered to…

Pulsing & How To Plan A Road Trip When You Have Food Allergies

Last week my mom and I spent some girl time in Montana. It was really nice to have a little getaway with just the two of us. As most of you know, with allergies and a chronic illness, there’s a bit of planning that…