Re-Learning to Pace Myself

There have been a lot of changes in my life lately. Leah moved out to her own apartment on January 1st. She’s enjoying her newfound freedom and likes the community she’s moved into, but she’s still close enough to visit often. She’s still not quite done collecting things she wants from this house. And we’re […]

Deseándoles Un Año Lleno de Paz y Salud!

Me llena de alegría poder desearles un nuevo año lleno de salud y paz en lo espiritual, en lo físico y sobre todo a nivel mental. Sin ello no podremos crecer ni alcanzar las metas que nos hemos propuesto cada uno de nosotros!! Seguiré con mi segmento de preguntas y respuestas que se han venido […]

New Year – Fluoride free

Fluoride has been a hot button issue with me for 30 years – probably more. I remember being disappointed after my first child was born when my doctor (who I respected) told me to give him fluoride drops but not vitamins. I remember getting in the fight to keep fluoride out of the city where […]

Christmas Brunch

We celebrated Christmas with family on the first weekend of December. As my father used to say, “It doesn’t matter what day it is as long as we are together.” There are now several families involved in our Christmas, and the best thing for everyone concerned was for us to have an early Christmas. There […]

Logrando El Peso Ideal

El hecho de elegir alimentos apropiados para nuestro grupo sanguíneo nos lleva por el camino hacia una buena salud. La pérdida de peso se convierte en un efecto secundario gratificante de dicha práctica. Conforme vayamos avanzando, habrá periodos de ‘’estancamiento’’ metabólico, donde nuestras glándulas y hormonas van ajustando sus funciones. Es común el no poder […]

Hanukkah- the Festival of Latkes

Hanukkah is the commemoration of when Judah Maccabee reclaimed the Holy Temple in Jerusalem, but only found enough untainted oil to light the Menorah for one night. But there was a miracle and the oil burned for 8 nights; long enough to obtain more supplies. One of its names is The Festival of Lights. Jews […]

Not Being Creative With Leftovers

I routinely cook with leftovers, and I make sure that very little food goes to waste in my house. I like making more food than we need for 4 of us on Shabbos. Partly that’s a holdover from when Ben used to join us every Friday night, and I’m not used to cooking less meat. […]

Alps – BTD eating on a tour

When we booked our trip, my Honorable Husband was having serious digestive problems and was still on a gluten and dairy free diet. I called the airline to ask about getting meals for special diets, and they didn’t have any trouble at all signing us both up for gluten free and dairy free. Oh my! […]

Pumpkins and Leaves

As I was driving, I noticed how all the trees lining the streets are turning beautiful shades of red, orange, and yellow. This is my favorite time of year. It’s finally cool enough to go for walks outside, the foliage is beautiful, and lots of great vegetables are in season. I find it so interesting […]