Entries by Beth

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Real Queens Fix Each Other’s Crowns

Queens are leaders, and every woman has the right to call herself a Queen. But Real Queens do not try to take down their fellow Monarchs. They create alliances to help each other be stronger together. They understand that in order to take credit for having power, they also have to take responsibility. There is […]

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Turmeric Tea

*Makes 4 small teacup servings or 2 mugfuls* I love starting my day with this tea because turmeric has excellent anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, and the spices warm you right up. I especially get a yen for it when the weather cools and the cold/flu season starts strolling in. And when I think a cold […]

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She-Spires | Madelaine Petsch

In this week’s edition of She-Spires, I’m featuring the beautiful Madelaine Petsch. Best known for portraying Cheryl Blossom on the 2017 CW television series Riverdale, and an all around amazing actress and human. How do you start your day? With a giant glass of water and (if my calltime isn’t too early) a visit to the […]

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Dark Sod of the Moon

Article was originally published on Of The Wolves. Toying with your food may exceed acceptable behavior, but playing in the dirt is a pastime adults should never abandon. Clays are copious in quantity around the world and offer a world of health and therapeutic benefits. Many clays, namely bentonite, create an earthing effect on human skin, […]

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Chocolate-Covered Fruit

Makes 12 servings When began friends are over and hoping for something delicious to eat, I put out this dessert, which is my version of a fondue party. I love chocolate-covered fruit, especially because dark chocolate has a little bit of “good for you-ness” to it. (That’s a scientific term.) Chocolate with a high percentage […]

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She-Spires | Lacey Stone Fitness

In this week’s edition of She-Spires, I’m featuring the amazing, hilarious, and inspiring LA based fitness trainer Lacey Stone! Creator of The Stone Method and star of Revenge Body with Khloe Kardashian, Lacey Stone has quickly become one of the nations most sought-after trainers. Her signature high-intensity interval workout, fusing both dance and sport, has […]

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Produce Shopping

You might notice that your trips to the grocery store changing – you’re probably spending a lot more time in the fresh produce section than in the middle of the store, with all the processed food. While you’re chilling near the lettuce heads, let me offer you some hints on how to shop for produce […]

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Pesto Sauce

Makes about 1 cup My favorite way to eat pesto – a green sauce traditionally made with basil, garlic, pine nuts, olive oil, and Parmesan- is on pasta, but it’s also delish on veggies. You can drizzle it on broccoli, zucchini, peppers – you name it. (Veggies can be so boring – you gotta amp […]

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Weekly Shopping Trips

Once you have your kitchen stocked with the basics, the only things left to buy are fresh provisions for about a week’s worth of meals. After a few weeks in your new routine, you’ll realize that your list of essentials looks similar from week to week, so shopping will get that much quicker and easier. […]