On Sundays, I try to put some food together for my husband for the week. He works two jobs which can easily mean he has zero time to buy lunch or dinner – let alone from somewhere healthy. And as he doesn’t want to spend the money he just earned on an expensive salad (I’ve got […]Read more "You Don’t Have to be Martha Stewart"
I’m back, babies! Yes – did you miss me? Because I missed you… So let’s just get right into it. The Doughnut Project is on a small street in the West Village and visually everything you want it to be. The smell is amazing, the coffee – perfection. When we visited, a Japanese television station […]Read more "The Doughnut Project"
I have been to Mexico twice now and don’t remember anyone eating pasta, let alone pasta salad. But I can’t think of a better name for this dish. Any suggestions? The below serves five at 600 calories per serving – as per My Fitness Pal. I added chicken to the original recipe, and took some […]Read more "Mexican Pasta Salad?"
A Drishti is a focal point, it relates to the fifth limb of yoga, Pratyahara. It is also 100% necessary when you are practicing yoga in semi-darkness. I had heard of, and used, Drishti before when attempting to calm my mind or balance in some new crazy posture. However, I didn’t know how important they […]Read more "Choosing a Drishti"
If you read my blog regularly (or follow me on Instagram) you know that I am addicted to yoga posture challenges. This month was no different from the rest except for a lovely charitable component. More pictures posted with the hashtag #yogagivesback the more money we raise. As I type – we have posted 86,965 […]Read more "Yoga Gives Back Challenge"
The truth is, I love Entenmann’s Doughnuts. I don’t buy them more often because they come in a pack of eight and I have been known to eat all eight in one day. But I have never seen this variety pack before. And I have an obligation to you, dear reader, to report the truth. […]Read more "Entenmann’s Chocolate Lovers "
Have you heard of the Belly Button Challenge? Theoretically it is a fun little game that asks if you can reach around behind you and touch your belly button. The idea is that your “fitness level” can be tested by your ability to twist yourself in to a knot. I am not at all ashamed […]Read more "Letting go of Grasshopper Pose (With my Tiny Arms)"