Flu-Fighting Ginger and Garlic Soup

This article was originally posted on Healthy Holistic Living. Winter is here and that means the flu season is on the rise. With the drop in temperature and the cold air spreading germs, many of us are already feeling run down. Maybe some of us are sniffling while others have a sore throat. Oftentimes, these…

Healthy Sweet Potato Muffins

To those who don’t know (AKA most of you,) I work as a theatre director at a high school. I don’t think any of the students know I have this blog… (Hi?) Either way it doesn’t matter since I will not be discussing any of them. (But I still can, so behave, girls!) Towards the end…

Mushroom Bisque

Sarah, where have you been? You haven’t posted in, like, forever. Um, good question. I’ll answer that in a moment. If you are new here, welcome. I usually post twice a week, except for when I go AWOL for three weeks. It has only been three, right? Feels like forever… I almost forgot how much…

Gluten-Free Zucchini Muffins

*Let’s talk about focus during an afternoon concentration slump. We live in the age of the monkey brain. Our minds are constantly stimulated by information from our phones, TVs, ads, and anything else we see in the course of a day. So when the time comes to sit and work, be it homework, a college thesis,…

Squash Pear Soup

Toronto has committed a false spring. The weather became warmer, the snow melted, and I was feeling ready for summer. Except it stormed a few days later, the air is frigid, and hand lotion can no longer heal my dry skin. In other words, Toronto pulled a “hey, you want spring? Here’s spring! Yeah, you want…

Veggie Fritters

“You would make a good motivational speaker,” a friend once said to me. I was in the middle of giving her advice, which meant I had many made dumb analogies and tripped over my words. Motivational speaking is a cool idea, but I explained to her that no one would pay to hear me speak….