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Dark and rainy winter nights call for warm and hearty comfortable food, but hearty can also mean healthy. What you’ll need: 4-6 turkey sausages, depending on size 1/2 cup sliced olives, preferably Greek or oil-cured 3 peeled garlic cloves or 1 tbsp roasted garlic puree 1/2 tsp red chili pepper … Continue reading
A lovely mixture of colour, texture and tastes that will warm your belly and nourish you and those you love this season. What you’ll need: 1 bunch kale 1/8-1/4 cup feta Olive oil, drizzle Balsamic vinegar, to taste 1 cup grape tomatoes, halved 6 medium mushrooms Sea salt, to taste … Continue reading
The modern working-woman faces many challenges. The term “work-life balance” is actually an understatement; when really we have to maintain work-children, work-hormones, work-leisure AND work-relationships balance. Women’s bodies, different from men’s, also receive a disproportionate impact from a 24-7 world. The disruption of natural rhythms and cycles affects our hormones, … Continue reading
You’ve got your hustle working and you run your team (even when it is only you). Be the boss in your smile care also. Much like your logo is part of your business brand, your smile is the first impression you give everyone you meet. These power moves help you … Continue reading
These rich, dark, rustic pieces of handmade love will satisfy your chocolate craving, and they’re easy to make. Double or triple the recipe to make gifts for all your friends and neighbours. Ingredients 12 oz (336 g) vegan semi-sweet chocolate chips 2 Tablespoons (30mL/28 g) Holy Crap cereal 1 cup (250mL) … Continue reading
Educators are tired and already looking forward to their Christmas break. Not long ago a colleague asked me how my summer went, and I looked blankly at her confused by her question. The rush of back-to-school and a quick-paced Fall had thrown me into such a busy state that I … Continue reading