GAME CHANGER: Watch that salt

GAME CHANGER: Make high sodium processed foods yourself, this will help control your salt in take. This has helped me with weight gain, bloating, inflammation and joint pain.Here’s one I am sure you will enjoy. 🌱 When you are using salt to taste for this recipe, only use 1 teaspoon of salt, total. That is […]

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Sweet Potatoes ~ Weight loss Game Changer

Wow! You don’t say… Just got off the… 😆😆Well sweet potatoes have become one of my GAME CHANGERS in moderation, of course. What I love about them they are high in fiber and water. So eat your water and drink plenty of it as well. Here’s deets:Fiber can also help you feel fuller for longer, […]

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Mindful Living Moment~ You are worth it.

I was scrolling through my social media, just looking at people’s stories and this thought danced across my mind; It’s interesting who we value and why. It’s even more interesting how that value shapes our views of ourselves and others. Why do I allow people to put a price tag on me? If they label […]

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Be A Good Mama To Yourself

It is in our nature to mother and nurture others, but do we do that for ourselves?We can look at situations and know this is not good for someone and we go to the rescue, doing whatever os needed.We can talk with a friend and lift her up, pray with her, go to bat for […]

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Closed Doors

I never really cared for that saying, “when one door closes another one opens.” Now don’t get me wrong, I totally get the saying, it’s very inspiring and it gives you lots of hope. Who doesn’t want to feel hopeful? . Me, me, me! I want to be hopeful. So, what’s my problem? I guess […]

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Smashed BRUSSELS Sprouts with a HOt Spicy Chili Sauce

Smashed Brussels sprouts with a spicy chili garlic oil, doesn’t that sound amazing! Hashtag the new  #foodtrend#smashedbrusselsprouts. Who doesn’t love a good food trend? I love this one, because it gets my grandkids to eat more vegetables. Let me add that you can add whatever sauce or topping you would like, my family love spicy […]

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The Power of a Life Changing Moment

Life changing moments can make us better or bitter. What makes a life changing moment powerful is how we allow it to impact us. The beauty here, is that we get to choose how we will be changed by them.

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STRONG WOMEN CRY

This Mindful Living Moment comes from a place inside of myself that recalls a question my mom asked me when someone would hurt or disappoint me, “Why are you crying, Child that’s nothing to cry about, don’t let it get to you.” But in actuality, it was getting to me and it needed to, in […]

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Barbecue Mini Skillet Meat with Parmesan Garlic Mashed Potatoes

I am cooking this on the 104.7 The Fish today at 2 pm. est time See you there. Barbecue Mini Skillet Meatloaf Ingredients 1/3 cup breadcrumbs 1/3 cup milk 1/3 cup chopped fresh parsley 1 large egg 3 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce 1 small onion, finely mince 1 teaspoon chili powder 1 teaspoon garlic powder 1 […]

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You Matter

Sometimes that’s all we need, is someone making us feel the truth. You matter, you really do matter. Your very existence is proof that you matter in this world. It doesn’t matter how you got here, you are here and you are needed. The world needs you to be you. You are someone’s answered prayer, […]

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Ode to Mom ~ Salmon Croquettes

Remember this can? Yes.. the pink salmon in a can. This blog post is in honor of my mom. My mom would make salmon croquettes usually on a Friday night. I must confess as a kid they weren’t my favorite, but I grew to love them older I got, but I think is was mostly, […]

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French Lentils and Braised Shiitake Mushrooms

Here’s the thing about food and cooking. It can be whatever you like it to be. Yes, that’s my justification statement for this recipe. I was in my kitchen one day and I wanted French lentils and shiitake mushrooms. Now of course I could have went much simpler and just sautéed the mushrooms, with some […]

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Kickball Lesson

I have probably told this story a 1 million times, so here goes a 1,000,001. I remember hating kickball at school. It was time to pick teams and my heart would feel like it would come out of my chest. Now I played kickball often at home and I was really fast and I could […]

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French lentil and cajun sausage Soup

It’s cold outside and all I am craving is some yummy soul warming soup. Lentils are one of my favorite legumes to cook. I have used lentils to make veggie burgers, hearty salads, and yes, soup. Now, here’s the deal my husband is from New Orleans and creole and Cajun recipes flow through this house […]

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