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Negative Energy is Like a Fart

Hanging onto negative energy is like holding in a fart. It causes a lot of internal discomfort and sometimes makes it hard to focus on more important, every day matters. If you unleash it around other people, it creates an unpleasant environment for them. If you let it go alone, no damage is done to others. Let’s be honest, the smell of your own fart is not nearly as offensive as the smell of someone else’s. Once it is released, you feel relieved and back to your normal self – you can get on with the rest of your day. It hangs around for a minute or so, but then innocuously disperses, offending no one. But, imagine if you let...

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My 10 Favourite Gluten, Dairy, and Egg Free Sauces and Dressings

I LOVE extra sauce! This always causes me stress when I eat in a restaurant. I am always worried when I order, that they either won’t understand or won’t remember that I need extra sauce on the side in case there is not enough in the dish. I am kind of a cross between Sally from “When Harry Met Sally” and Rainman. So, when I developed intolerances to gluten, dairy, and eggs, my sauce loving days were in peril. Goodbye Hollandaise and Béarnaise. Goodbye, extra mayo. Goodbye almost every rich, creamy, delicious sauce that ever existed! Or so I thought….there was no way I was going to eat anything sauce-less. NO way! For me, it is more like having food...

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My 10 Favourite Gluten, Dairy, and Egg Free Sauces and Dressings

I LOVE extra sauce! This always causes me stress when I eat in a restaurant. I am always worried when I order, that they either won’t understand or won’t remember that I need extra sauce on the side in case there is not enough in the dish. I am kind of a cross between Sally from “When Harry Met Sally” and Rainman. So, when I developed intolerances to gluten, dairy, and eggs, my sauce loving days were in peril. Goodbye Hollandaise and Béarnaise. Goodbye, extra mayo. Goodbye almost every rich, creamy, delicious sauce that ever existed! Or so I thought….there was no way I was going to eat anything sauce-less. NO way! For me, it is more like having food...

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A Guide for the Amazing Journey of Breast Cancer

They said it would happen. And, it did. The after-chemo crash came. My energy level is down and my mind is super-foggy. I have a few posts I have been working on, but nothing seems to be flowing. One of my epiphanies has been to go with the flow and to stop swimming against the current. So....I will publish my posts when they come to me in an "acceptable" form and not force them into a regular schedule. However.....I would like to publish my Guide for the Amazing Journey of Breast Cancer for anyone who would like to read it or share it. I didn't edit it too much and it is in kind of a random order, but there...

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10 Tips for Beginner Yogis

I’ve had quite a few people ask me about embarking on their first yoga class and it seems that all of you have, pretty much, the same questions and concerns. Important note: I am not, nor have I ever been, a yoga teacher. So, I can only comment on yoga in general. I was, however a personal trainer for 8 years and I feel like I have a lot of “coach” left in me. You should see me on the rare occasion I walk into a gym. It is all I can do to keep myself from going over to someone to correct their form. Actually, sometimes, I can’t hold back. It doesn’t usually go over to well. When will...

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