• Make 10 Simplicious meals from a $3 supermarket haul Some seriously inspiring Simplicious flow for a Tuesday! Elise at Healthy Family 5 is one of the ambassadors over at the I Quit Sugar 8-Week Program. As you might have guessed, there’s five in her family, which is why her latest feat is so inspiring. Check this shit out! She cooked 10 meals for five people more
  • “what’s for you won’t pass you by” My friend Louise shared this quote with me over Christmas: what’s for you won’t pass you by I find it of great comfort. We don’t have to try so hard. Sit back. What is perfect for you will come. Trust life and it’s myriad forces that operate behind the scenes. I have tended to push more
  • my bike philosophy *plus* I’m giving away two nutcase helmets!! “Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance you must keep moving” – Albert Einstein: A rippa of a quote. I live by it. Keep up the momentum, have a flow. In life, as on a bike, you only have to a) have the good intention b) activate your cells in flow. And more
  • Question: “you’re an anxious person, how do you enjoy life!?” Reader Cammy this week asked me this: “I’m an anxious person, very annoying, but you have made me feel like maybe I can deal with it. Thanks!! How do you deal with anxiety and  enjoy things when you’re feeling anxious. Please! I would love to know what you do.” I’m a very anxious person. It’s more
  • the art of frictionless living “The world is wide, and I will not waste my life in friction when it could be turned into momentum.” ~Frances E. Willard Brilliant quote. It has an expansive, ephemeral note to it, yeah? You don’t have to think too much to get it. But I couldn’t help myself… I can be wading my way more
  • try this: write serenely My philosophy right now: small, nice, gentle changes to the way you do things can drag you from the biggest of ruts and bored sludges. Little creaky movements to the left or right. Do-able shifts.  Like, sometimes I part my hair on the other side. Or write in a different location (yesterday I hung out more
  • sunday life: try a “think week” This week I had myself a “think week”. I read in the Wall Street Journal that every six months Microsoft’s Bill Gates extracts himself from his chino-wearing Silicon Valley brethren and heads to a wee cabin on a hill for a “think week”. He removes all distractions and armed with (I’m imagining) a bunch of more
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