Brassicas by Laura B. Russell
I was so excited to find Brassicas: Cooking the World’s Healthiest Vegetables: Kale, Cauliflower, Broccoli, Brussels Sprouts and More while looking for Nutritional Balancing cruciferous vegetable recipes. It has more NB friendly recipes than any other cookbook I’ve read so far…at least 10 recipes perfectly written for NB and over 35 more that can be easily adapted. Continue reading “Brassicas Cookbook Review + Collard Greens & Sweet Potato Saute”
Noble Meadow Trail
Noble Meadow is an ideal name for this loop trail with its open meadows and majestic ponderosa pine trees. It’s located in the Elk Meadow Park, off Highway 74 in Evergreen, about 30 minutes west of Denver (see the map at the bottom of post). Noble Meadow trail is a favorite for a quick walk for families with small ones, to catch up with a friend, or some refreshing alone time. Continue reading “Elk Meadow Park Noble Meadow Trail”
I always listen to this one on repeat. “Everything is holy now.” If you haven’t had a chance yet, go over and read my thoughts on healing music.
Continue reading “Holy Now by Peter Mayer”
There are times when our summers are cut short. Just when we’re at our prime, we’re halted due to illness or some other tragedy in our lives. But other times, our summers can be cut short for a greater purpose…the purpose of a winter rest. Continue reading “When Your Summer is Cut Short – Winter Rest”
“Time stands still in the moment when we are healed. I questioned if this was real, but then I opened up my heart and I could feel. The season of rain will bring labor pain, but its end will be the most wonderful joy.” If you haven’t had a chance yet, go over and read my thoughts on healing music.
Continue reading “Season of Rain by Josh Garrels”