Tips for Building Healthy Habits: Inclusive Eating

“If you’re not intentionally inclusive, you’re unintentionally exclusive.” I think we’re officially past the point of talking about New Year’s Resolutions, although, if you made one, I hope it’s still going strong. Along those same lines, a good resolutions...

It’s Hard to be a Vegetarian These Days

“Seriously? Another fucking salad??” This week’s blog is going to be ridiculous. You’ve been warned so feel free to leave now – but if not, I’d love to have you stick around as I complain about a delightful first-world problem. It’s incredibly hard to be a vegetarian...

Meal Repetition for Good Health and Wellness

“Lather, rinse, repeat.” Mark Zuckerberg and Steve Jobs are two people who’ve made the concept of repetition smart, trendy, and charmingly quirky. I’m talking about the way these two are known for wearing basically the same outfit every day. The supposed reasoning...

Eat Healthy, Eat Happy, Eat Inclusively

“Inclusion isn’t just the right thing to do, it’s the smart thing to do” Have you ever done Strengths Finder? In a non-certified nutshell, it’s a program that uses a series of questions to gauge a person’s top “themes” aka, areas of greatest strength....
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