Entries by Beth

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Up In The Air

I used to associate summer with zinc covered noses and popsicles that leave an indelible burgundy lip stain. I now look at my summer plans and it makes the presidential agenda look like a grocery list. There are weddings, bachelorette parties, holidays, birthdays, work trips, and family vacations – most involving some form of travel. […]

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Tips for Starting Small: Tip #1

I often feel overwhelmed by a task because I always want to be the best at everything I do, and I want the end result RIGHT AWAY. For example, I’ve struggled learning the guitar because I get frustrated and quit after two weeks when I find I can’t strum, do the chord changes, and sing […]

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5 Steps To Not Giving A Fuck

Life is fucking hard. Yeah, I said it. And you know what makes it worse? When we make it ten times harder on ourselves by swimming in a sea of crap that does’t deserve to be taking up our mental space. Our minds are precious, so lets stop focusing on the things we don’t give […]

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Tuscan Kale Caesar Salad

This is a recipe my friend Christina Hendricks shared with Rachael Ray when she was on Rachael’s show. You know Christina – she played the powerful role of Joan Holloway on Mad Men. She’s just as amazing in real life as she is onscreen, and she makes one hell of a salad. The Caesar dressing is […]

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As a Woman Thinketh

As a Woman Thinketh Written by Dorothy Jean Hulst and James Allen “I was introduced to this book by my incredible kundalini yoga teacher Sukhdev Jackson ( http://www.aykanna.com ). I now keep this tiny little manual in my purse all day everyday and I pull it out whenever I’m feeling sad, stressed, or overwhelmed. After reading some […]

Citrus Green Smoothie Bowl

This post was originally published on People Food Citrus Green Smoothie Bowl 1 tsp. orange zest (from 1 orange) 1 tbsp. fresh lemon juice 1 cup loosely packed fresh baby spinach 1 medium-size ripe frozen banana ¼ cup packed mashed avocado 2 tbsp. honey or agave syrup 1 tbsp. chia seeds 1 tbsp. flaxseeds ¾ cup coconut […]

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Raw Honey Face Masks

I love skincare that also tastes delicious! This raw honey face mask is one of my all time favorite homemade recipes and I do it at least a few times a week. It makes my skin feel as soft as a baby’s butt, restores radiance and smoothes and just all around makes me look and […]

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Big Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear

Big Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear Written By: Elizabeth Gilbert I have drawn inspiration and empowerment from Elizabeth Gilbert’s books for years. In “Big Magic” she digs deep into her own process to share her wisdom and unique perspective about creativity. She asks us to embrace our curiosity and let go of suffering. As someone […]

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Grammy’s Curried Cauliflower

If you’d asked me to try curry powder as a kid, I would have been like, “Ewww, gross!” But today, curry is one of my favorite spice blends. Cauliflower + curry? Fugged-aboutit. Who would have thought cauliflower could be so delish? Not my extended family — they had never eaten cauliflower before I made this […]

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Water and Why It’s Everything

Let’s chat about water, shall we? Simply put, water is actually more important for your body than food. And the benefits of a properly hydrated body are impressive! Not only does water make up around 60 percent of our weight, but our body also uses it for essential functions. But, even with the important role […]