Generally, I watch my bread intake and keep it to a minimum. Therefore, when I'm going to have some bread, I want some BREAD! This is the good stuff- the wonderful bread that I knew from my grandma's home, passed to her daughters' homes, then later to their children's homes, and then to THEIR children's … Continue reading Grandma Margie’s White Bread
Got borders and boundaries? As hard as I've worked to instill these necessary behavioral guardrails, every so often I will be made aware that my practice of "waiting in the cupboard" has resurfaced. If this is one of your challenges as well, simply picture the blue can and remember: you’re NOBODY’S spam. Sometimes we just … Continue reading Counting On Spam
If you're struggling with the concept of: "I HAVE EVERYTHING I NEED" it may be due to our human tendency to compare what we have in relation to what this, that, or the next person has. We take a look, get out our internal measuring tape or scale and start "working the numbers". We unconsciously … Continue reading Comparing is a waste of energy
I love salsa! Homemade salsa rates right up there for me like chili does because it satisfies on so many levels. I have been known to put salsa on everything from my eggs to a dish of cottage cheese, sometimes grossing others out in the process. Fortunately, I am not a person offended by disgust over my … Continue reading Put it all together and: SALSA!
Let's get to the meat of the matter and for once, nothing else. Yeah, I know- extremely hard for me. I'm all about the "something else". But for today, meat of the matter ONLY. You want to lose weight and you want to do it yesterday. Preferably without the bells, whistles, and what you may … Continue reading On the flip-side: the weight loss smackdown