I’ve been getting tons of questions about my upcoming group health coaching program, so since it starts next week and there are still a few spots left, I decided to answer the most common ones here. These answers also pertain to my health coaching practice in general, so if you’re wondering exactly what it is that. . .
I may just call this springtime in a bowl. It’s lean, it’s green, and it is bursting with the flavor of fresh herbs.
Divine is really the only way to describe this pesto. I found if hard to stop spooning it right out of the jar and into my mouth.
After making copious amounts of fresh, homemade pesto, I needed to figure out what to do with it. Of course pasta is the simplest soiution, but I wanted something new and exciting, like pesto and kale. This dish, like the majority of my recipes, is very easy to make. And it uses one of my favorite. . .
Warmer temperatures are finally creeping in here in New York. That means it’s time to shed the bulky winter clothes. Spring is the season of rebirth, and the perfect time to reboot your body. If you’ve been in hibernation mode, like moi, you may realize you’ve packed on a few pounds. Or, that the longer. . .
Once I realized politics was corrupt, oh I don’t know, sometime in high school, I decided to stop paying attention to it.
This past weekend I co-hosted a holistic beauty event all about detoxing our makeup bags, diets, and mindset. We had Love Grace juice serving up their yummy elixirs, W3LL People cosmetics doing mini makeovers, and Perrine from Sweet Tooth Yogini sampling her delicious beauty truffles. Here is the recap in photos: . . .
Have you been swept up in the juice craze yet? Here in New York, it’s in full swing, and with good reason: vegetable juice delivers an abundance of nutrients in one single glass, sort of like an instant shot of liquid vitamins. Now you can purchase fresh juice at local juice bars, but what if. . .