6 Things To Consider When Starting Your Fitness Journey — Jenny in Neverland

AD – This is a paid advertorial but all thoughts are my own I’m pretty sure I’m not the only one to have started some sort of health or fitness journey in 2020. However you feel about new years goals and resolutions, the start of a new year is a great time for people to […]

6 Things To Consider When Starting Your Fitness Journey — Jenny in Neverland

Oprah Winfrey Interviews Idris Elba About Coronavirus Diagnosis On New Apple Series ‘Oprah Talks COVID-19’

Oprah Winfrey Interviews Idris Elba About Coronavirus Diagnosis On New Apple Series ‘Oprah Talks COVID-19’

Oprah Winfrey Interviews Idris Elba About Coronavirus Diagnosis On New Apple Series ‘Oprah Talks COVID-19’
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This is what happens when you’re stuck in the house and you’ve discovered imperfect foods, Fresh, and Wholefoods and you own gadgets. Voila! The imperfect meal creation of things you wouldn’t buy like a rutabaga, because your mom never bought them and you don’t’ know how to cook them. But, you paid for them, their in your imperfect “surprise” box. So, in the spirit of “we don’t waste….” going to push myself to make meals with these vegetables.

Just so my sister doesn’t miss getting credit, she is the one who told me about the imperfectfoods.com I admit in writing, I’d never heard of it, but this self isolation is revealing a different me to myself. A few days ago, I decided the taco meat would turn into chili, and then the imperfect potatoes would turn into fried potatoes and then I put it all together. So, what is it called now…..well, here is the birth of the imperfect meals.

Before that, I used Popeyes Chicken for three days of chicken salads over broccoli and cauliflower with homemade cheese sauce. I will try to incorporate this into the future, because it doesn’t take a lot of time. But going into this, I was all over the place, one minute, I was sweeping, then the next minute I was checking my work email. Then my sister was calling or texting with a pattern to make my own masks. (Yes, I didn’t know how to do that either.) Because, my mind was frozen with the kindergarten zoom class at 10:30 and the all call at 4:00pm and lunch, exercise and “I look a mess.” All of that equates to being overwhelmed with the fact that I now have to do what the children’s learning coach did last year. Wooooosah!

There is now an sense of anxiety as I wait for my third imperfectfoods.com box today and the very nice vegetables I would never buy because I couldn’t envision a recipe quick enough, so I dance pass the very fresh, straight, undented, unbruised vegetables in Harris Teeter. My best critics remain the judges of what really matters, does it taste good. The correlation between the beauty of being imperfect so reminds me of the song about, the potter that wants to put you back together again.”

My Imperfectfoods.com box………

The Stay-at-Home Order of Thought

The quest to understand the meaning of the “Stay-at-Home order has undauntingly not transferred without the threat of a fine or jailtime, unless of course you are originally from another country where you have experienced political or civil unrest or the Ebola virus. Before someone chimes in, and the lack of electricity, water, and fuel for your generator if you’re so fortunate. If not, hopefully, some ladies will pass by in the morning singing their song of their morning produce sale.

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here is a normal practice of thankfulness when walking and greeting, simply because God chose to wake you up for a new day and you didn’t wake up in the same house. Something I noticed since returning to the United States, greetings without suspicion is now a thing of the past in the United States because we don’t know each other anymore. So, I ponder on the thoughts of what we will have learned when the corona-virus pandemic subsides. Will we make an attempt to live a different kind of life? Will we care for each other more than we did before the “CV19,” or will we return to self centeredness, channeling our disdain for our circumstances.

Through the years of living overseas, I came to appreciate the time someone took to mourn with a family on the same street, whom they had never really known anymore than to say Good Morning. This sense of community didn’t take a virus to make people believe, “we are all in the same boat, and no amount of money could change the fact that when unrest unveiled itself in any form, no one was left out.”

So, today I wonder, “is God trying to tell us something about the day-to-day anger we have towards one another, whether it is racism, sexism, or anything else that keeps us from being good to one another.” Whatever it is, we will forever feel the affects of this virus, hopefully it is a lesson in how we should move forward. “We can do better.”

“We can do better.”

Healthy way of living with Palm Oil — Alwaysbhukaa – Delhi based Blogger

Whenever the name of Palm oil pops up, people start saying that it is not good for health. And if you ask them why? Many of them won’t be able to answer back. This is what we all are hearing about the oil and it is a preconceived notion which is running from generations. In […]

Healthy way of living with Palm Oil — Alwaysbhukaa – Delhi based Blogger

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