If you’re looking for a quick vegetarian recipe, well here it is.
I don’t read directions well and I’m more of an eye baller than a measurer kind of girl lol
All the ingredients are shown in the pic except for olive oil. I use grape seed oil.
Bake the sweet potatoes @ 400 for 30ish minutes Sauté the onion and apples, then add the garlic, spices, chickpeas & a splash of syrup. Boom! Done!
Tweaked this recipe I found on Pinterest @feastinghome.com
Nov 13th – Join us making our Gratitude Wreaths for Fall
Dec 4th – Yoga @ Lime Street Park
The Artists Way by Julia Cameron was recommended by Nikki Myers. She is a motivational speaker. Everytime I hear her speak, I always take something away.
From this book, I have taken away one mainstay. I do the “Morning Pages”. Everyday, every morning.
Before I check my bank account, before I check my Instagram and email. I check in with myself. I grab my coffee, get back in bed and write. It is free flow writing. I don’t edit it. I never judge it.
Sometimes my writing can be about a dream. A lot of times its ideas, plans and goals. A safe place where I can jot down all my life’s plans. Many times, it is where I can work out some things that are troubling me.
In working with Gabby Bernstein this summer, I have acknowledged my inner guide. Kia Miller, a beautiful yoga teacher, said it so eloquently on Instagram this week. Kia referred to it as your inner knowing, the quiet voice of your conscience/soul.
We all have that intuition. Gut instinct. Stay close to it. Listen.
Hoping to get in the groove of writing more on my blog. Lots to learn and get used to.
Take a moment and follow these courageous women on Instagram.
I have attached a pic of the book along with a quick and easy way to order on Amazon. They do have a journal workbook but I like to buy my own journals and fun pens.
We use Orgain Organic Protein in the Vanilla Bean and Chocolate Fudge flavors for smoothies and our protein drinks. Yum. I luv that its PLANT BASED N DAIRY FREE
Often times when we start to create GOALS for ourselves, we don’t make them with much CLARITY. They usually are on the broad spectrum. For example, “I want to eat healthier” can be replaced with, “I will incorporate one (1) more veggie and/or fruit to my meals.”
Using the S.M.A.R.T method can give you a guideline so that you can be SUCCESSFUL in obtaining your healthy lifestyle.
S – Specific – Goals must be clear, stating specifically what should be accomplished.
M – Measureable – Goals must be measurable so that you can see whether you’re making progress.
A – Attainable – Goals should be realistically attainable. The achievement of attaining a goal reinforces commitment to the program
R – Relevant – Goals must be relevant to your particular interest, needs and abilities.
T – Timebound – Goals must contain estimated timelines for completion.
Start with 1 or 2 goals and get REAL about them.
This information was gathered from the ACE HEALTH COACH MANUAL