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36. Food Shopping and Storage

36. Food Shopping and Storage

Whether you love or hate to grocery shop, it’s an essential part of your health. Because what you buy is what you invariably eat – and need to store at home. That’s why this week, in the final episode of our Foodie Series, we look at how to efficiently grocery...
35. Recipes, Spices and Flavor

35. Recipes, Spices and Flavor

Ready to spice up your life? From a few new recipes to a new spice blend, this week in the second part of our Foodie Series, we look at how to add more flavor to your meals. And be sure to check out the resources below to help you get started! Recipe Idea Starters...
34. Getting Creative in the Kitchen

34. Getting Creative in the Kitchen

  Feeling bored, tired, or stuck in a rut when it comes to cooking? It can be easy to default to what we know. Yet, when we hit boredom with our food, it becomes all too easy to end up at the drive-through or the restaurant. Sure, sometimes we need to spice...
33. Getting Real About Anger

33. Getting Real About Anger

So often as women, we’re taught to downplay our anger. That’s simply not what “good girls” do. Yet, in the process, we miss key learning opportunities to truly allow ourselves space to notice when our boundaries have been violated, our buttons pushed, and when we need...
31. Stay Awake at the Plate

31. Stay Awake at the Plate

Far too often, as soon as the food goes in front of us, we check out. Adios. Bye-bye. We not only mentally tune out by obsessing about how many calories are in the food—we also escape by eating while we’re distracting ourselves by reading, watching TV, playing with...
30. Aging with Grit and Grace

30. Aging with Grit and Grace

The older we get, the more we must be willing to celebrate every age…and to endure when you hit those times of adversity. No one has taught me those lessons more than my “crazy” aunt Sue Thompson, and my mother, Jan Zuehlke, Ph.D. From overcoming blood cancer and...
28. It’s Never Too Late!

28. It’s Never Too Late!

By the time we reach mid-life, we’re tempted believe our best days are behind us. “This is just the way it is,” we tell ourselves. Whether through societal, family, or cultural beliefs, we come to believe we have a very narrow slice of the pie available to us. And...