Most people know that dark leafy greens are nutritional powerhouses. These nutrient-dense goodies are loaded with everything from iron, calcium and magnesium to vitamins C and K. However, figuring out how to get these delicious delicacies into your diet can be a challenge, particularly for those of us who are used to a vegetarian diet … More Top 4 Ways to Get your Green On
My kids (3 and 5) have had their picky eater moments over the years, but even when all they want is rice with butter, I still always make meals that ALL of us as a family eat. Since my husband and I don’t always want rice with butter to, I try to make meals that I know my … More Best Vegan Kid-Friendly Recipes
When people find out we are a vegan family, they are always asking what we eat, where we get our protein, etc. They also assume my kids must eat sooooo many vegetables. And, to be fair, LP does love his veggies. He likes going to the farmers market, and he often makes a salad for … More My kid will only eat bread!!
I recently read (well, actually devoured) Gretchen Rubin’s Better than Before: Mastering the Habits of our Everyday Lives. It was a book all about the process and pitfalls of developing habits, and it has helped me get back on a journey toward better health and fitness (more on that in a later post). One of … More Veganism as a Habit