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April 22, 2020
Black Bean Burger
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December 13, 2018
Seedy Quinoa Bars

I love sweets. There's no getting around it. I'm always on the search for healthy and sweet snacks that are easy to make and satisfy my hunger.

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June 25, 2018
Listening to Wisdom on this Side of Grief

Grief. It will break you, embrace you and will intensify everything. On this side of grief... ...we discover our true essence on a deeper level. Grieving is a personal experience that will force you to feel emotions on a deeper level than you thought possible. You will laugh harder than ever before, you will cry […]

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May 1, 2018
Living In Alignment
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May 1, 2018
Issue 15 | May/June 2018

On the Cover Living in Alignment An interview with Sabrina Fritts A roll-over “accident” was the wake-up call Sabrina Fritts needed to see that there was more to life than a merry-go-round of obligations. During the workweek, her attention was focused on raising three children, working a corporate job,and assisting her husband in expanding his […]

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October 22, 2017
I'm A B*tch

Imagine focusing on getting rich one week at a time. What could you manifest? How much abundance could you acquire? Would you keep track? The desire to free our money block, the four-women mastermind group I belong to chose to read Get Rich, Lucky Bitch written by Denise Duffield-Thomas and discuss one chapter a week. The results have […]

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October 22, 2017
Apple Pie Hints & Tips

Who can resist a slice of warm apple pie or homemade applesauce? Not me! These hints and tips will ensure you prepare tasty apple deserts. Learn how many cups it takes to bake the average pie, when the ideal time is to purchase apples and more. Share with us your hints and tips in the comments […]

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October 22, 2017
Issue 14 | October/November 2017

On the Cover Making a Difference Elevating Fearless Women @ Work When we feel stuck, or as though our choices are limited, there is a tendency to remain where we are - forever cementing patterns, remaining ‘stuck’ like we’re in a hamster wheel and cannot get off that course. Becoming aware of being ‘stuck’ like […]

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August 22, 2017
For the Love of Salsa
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August 22, 2017
Wreck This Journal

I have always been a sucker for journal books. I prefer the type with blank pages so I can freely wing it and allow the voice inside to express herself without the confinements of lines. The more outside of the normal, the better. I say, “Stretch the boundaries of the box!” Wait. What box? Who’s […]

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August 22, 2017
Issue 13 | August/September 2017

On the Cover Healing Side of Grieving I look in the mirror and most days, I barely recognize myself. The eyes reflecting back at me are my father’s; the same empty stare he had as his dementia transformed into Alzheimers. Lost, yet aware enough to know what’s going on. The mascara I used to wear […]

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August 11, 2017
Traversing Through Grief

I look in the mirror and most days I barely recognize myself. The eyes reflecting back at me are my father's; the same empty stare he had as his dementia transformed into Alzehiemer's. Lost, yet aware enough to know of what was going on. The mascara I wore daily is applied maybe once a week. […]

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August 8, 2017
Traveling with Severe Food Allergies & Money Saving Tips

Imagine what it would be like to be on constant alert of coming in contact with a particular food that could cause a severe allergic reaction or death. The concern is justified. A fair share of co-workers, friends and family believe it's hogwash; you are simply over-reacting and paranoid. The threat is real. You know […]

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August 1, 2017
Let's Talk Bananas!

I am finding inspiration for the UnBox Your Kitchen Podcasts [podcast unavailable] in unexpected and fun ways. Today’s episode is a great example. On Monday, July 24th, I posted the following on the UnBox Your Kitchen Facebook closed group: “Bananas were on sale and you couldn't resist buying a lot ofthem and now they're getting […]

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July 25, 2017
What Fills Your Burrito?

What did you have for breakfast today? Was it satisfying to your taste buds? Did you choke down the same o' boring thing you have every morning? Rarely do I prepare identical meals. The concept, techniques are similar, but the ingredients vary. In today's podcast, I share with you what I had for breakfast and […]

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July 18, 2017
The View From The Kitchen Window

[ctt template="2" link="8Q4d1" via="no" ]The kitchen is where friends and family come together for good food and conversations that nourish the soul.[/ctt] "Life" happens in the kitchen more than any other room in the house. It's where friends and family come together for good food and conversations that nourish the soul. The kitchens I've had the privilege of […]

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