Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success. ~ Henry Ford
Humans are social creatures by nature. Most of the time, we surround ourselves with people who share our belief systems and values. Support groups are a way to surround you with individuals who have goals that are similar to yours. By sharing a purpose with a group of people, you stay motivated and inspired to continue moving toward success.
Part of the support system’s value is that it offers accountability, and sometimes that is all we need to be successful. When I started my hCG story, […]
In case you haven’t noticed, this week’s recipes are about cabbage and apples. I had a plethora of both that I needed to use up.
The original of this recipe was to be made with bacon instead of chicken. I opted to try it with chicken, modifying some of the ingredients.
In retrospect, I think it would be better with the bacon, although with the chicken it was most tasty!
As I was enjoying it for lunch, something came to me … it was a memory of a scene from The Brady Bunch […]
Like I mentioned last week, I am on a pound a day of raw kick. I know this is a stupid time of year for it, because in most places, it’s cold.
There is never any rhyme or reason for what I do, when I do it. HA!
I have been scouring my archives, and the internet to find recipes that enable me to get this in with no muss, no fuss.
This recipe calls for 2 cups of cabbage, the weight on that is about 5 oz, then for the apple, which mine was about 5 oz – so for just one […]
Yeah. I am on a raw kick again. I don’t know why I fight it.
I just feel better every time I eat the bulk of my day in raw fruits and veggies. My goal right now it to eat at least a pound a day of raw food. I am not going nuts about it, but I am trying to keep it at a 60% veggie to 40% fruit ratio.
So lately, because my life seems to be all about overwhelm these days, I have started looking for recipes that have a pound of raw in the ingredients. If they don’t, […]
On P2, there is no other better meal.
It’s filling. It’s easy. It’s delish.
And curry? Let’s not forget about the delish factor of this spice. However, I do have to concede that people either hate it or love it. My ex-husband totally hated it and couldn’t stand the smell so I never used it in the house. If I wanted curry anything, I had to go elsewhere. ::giggle::
This makes an unruly amount of soup. It can actually be split into two servings, so you can eat one half for lunch, and then the other half for a mid-afternoon snack. HA!
Curry Chicken […]
Every event in life can be causing only one of two things. Either it is good for you, or it is bringing up what you need to look at in order to create good for you. ~ Deepak Chopra
When I feel stuck, I feel like I am in quicksand.
Can you imagine it?
If you step into quicksand, what happens? You start to sink. The sinking makes you panic, the panic makes you fight against it, fighting against it makes you sink faster and deeper.
Bear Grylls gives us a pretty good answer for getting unstuck. You can see the answer in More
I have this thing about using negative words to describe positive circumstances.
In fact, you can ask any one of my clients about my preoccupation with any negative language in their daily check-ins … I sure do let them know about it. ::giggle::
At a four-day seminar back in the mid-80s, I learned how the mind does not perceive language the way you project it to the world. Your mind’s ability to process words is based on a lot of vibrations, and when you use a negative word, you send out negative vibrations — whether you intend to […]
I call it a stall buster for P2.
No, not this salad per se, but this is one meal of the Stall Buster Routine.
When in a stall, this is my first line of defense. Now before I describe what the menu is for this stall buster, let me first explain what I consider a stall. Even before that, let’s see what Dr. Simeons considers a stall:
…the weight has been stationary for at least four days without any dietary error having been committed.
In my coaching, I am a little bit more liberal with my […]