There are so many factors to living a long life. Some are out of our control, but others, we have a strong say so. What we eat and how we handle stress are two of these factors that play a role in the way we experience growing up into elder hood and that we have… Continue reading Growing Up or Growing Old
Is This Why You Want to Be Fit in 2020? Appreciating the Past and Setting Intentions The end and start of a year is an opportunity to look both back and appreciate and look forward and set intentions. We can do this will all aspects of our lives, but today I want to focus our… Continue reading Is This Why You Want to be Fit in 2020?
Week 2 of our Green Challenge is here. We hope you are enjoying the harvest and coming up with some delicious ways to incorporate all of the locally grown organic produce. Here are three more recipes that are tasty and that will help you incorporate some of the greens and veggies. You can find last… Continue reading Three Recipes for the Green Challenge
We picked up our first box from the St. Simon’s Farm and are excited about adding more greens to our diet while celebrating local food, social entrepreneurship, and community. Here’s a not-so-polished un-boxing video of Week 1’s greens and veggies. (Maribel and I recently got a new camera, please be patient with us as we… Continue reading Recipes for Week 1 of the Green Challenge
In this post we want to come back to our Green Challenge and encourage you to participate and get excited about eating more leafy greens. The message about eating more greens goes back a long way. As a kid I remember watching Popeye get strength from eating spinach. As a Cuban kid raised on rice… Continue reading Taking Care of the Aging Brain–The Green Challenge
In today’s post we want to share a conversation that could help you in your health journey. Over the last couple of years Maribel and I have been paying more attention to the root causes of many of our own health struggles and have been inspired by the work of both Mark Hyman and Chris… Continue reading What Does It Mean To Be Unconventional?
We often hear that one glass of wine a day can be healthy, but for many, one drink is often not enough and one glass leads to two. For those working on weight loss, this is a major problem as alcohol comes with empty calories that easily become visceral fat. If you are trying to lose… Continue reading Drinking Tonight?