Separating the Celebration From the Food
How do you celebrate a good report card? A birthday? A promotion at work? An anniversary? Did any or all of your answers include food? If so you are not alone. When I was little my Mom rewarded everything with food. Our family was large and we did not have extra money so the idea of having ice cream or a Twinkie, even a fast food meal was almost unheard of. As a result, it really did feel special treat when we did get any of these things. Sometimes, if we were extra good at t
I'm All About Some Eggs!
When I'm at a loss of what to eat for breakfast, lunch, or a quick snack, my go to food is almost ALWAYS an egg. Eggs are like delicious protein packed little miracles. They are nutrient rich, high in protein, low in calories and very good at satiating a hunger strike- and they are just so cute in their pretty little shells! Whole eggs have gotten a bad wrap in the last decade or so because the amount of cholesterol found in the yolk is about 2/3 the recommended daily allowan
Aerial Yoga for Chronic Pain and Trauma
Aerial Yoga is growing in popularity across the country. People who have never loved yoga before are coming out to try this new fun and effective way to workout. We have talked here before about some of the reasons why aerial yoga is amazing, but maybe you are still unsure. Yoga itself can be a little scary for someone who has never done it before, especially for someone who suffers from chronic pain. Many of you know I suffer from SLE (Lupus), which has many super fun sympto