Blueberry Pudding

I accidentally discovered this blueberry pudding, after making a blueberry smoothie that after blending turned into a pudding-like consistency instead. Nonetheless it was delicious! This recipe is full of vitamins (blueberries have C, B6 and K), antioxidants, fiber, omega-3 fatty acids and protein. Fiber is great for a healthy gut and can help out those with… More Blueberry Pudding

A simple understanding of intuition

To elaborate on my gypsy-like lifestyle and namaste tendencies, I am beginning to read my newly declared “bible” called Intuition, by critically acclaimed spiritual thought leader, Osho. He sure does have some amazing quotes that could inspire the world out of anyone (ANYONE: spiritual, religious, atheist, or not) and a plethora amount of deep guidance on practically… More A simple understanding of intuition

To a girl in her 20’s

To a girl in her twenties, Hi. Forget the “working girl” degrading connotation and really be in the moment that you’re a working girl now. No, you’re not working the street corner, you’re working your ass off in some enclosed four-walled space you call an office, coworking community, startup garage, cafe, home, wherever. You’re an independent woman now,… More To a girl in her 20’s

Spirituality – belief system without boundaries

What I like about spirituality is that it isn’t constrained by a specific dogma, culture or religion. It’s ambiguous and universal so it can mean many things and not be a systematic formula for realizing happiness, dreams and enlightenment. Spirituality doesn’t have any negative connotations or rules to abide by, it isn’t used as a justification… More Spirituality – belief system without boundaries

Finding peace and fueling change for Israel and Palestine

I never have and never will understand why war is needed or is so drawn out in history. Why do innocent people need to sacrifice their lives because there are some angry and bitter people in government that must have their way or the highway? It baffles me that by the utterance of a word by… More Finding peace and fueling change for Israel and Palestine

Preventing mass shootings, taking action and the Bill of Rights

Given the terrifyingly recent shootings in Oregon, Seattle, Santa Barbara, Sandy Hook, Aurora and the even more terrifying trend of repeated mass shootings, particularly at schools, I am compelled to speak out about this life liberty crisis that has led the US into a pandemic of inactive policy or reform and Americans not giving two shits about… More Preventing mass shootings, taking action and the Bill of Rights

Mindfulness lesson of the day: Live like tomorrow is not guaranteed

  Today, I feel great, also a little jumpy, but overall swell. I love Uber, but my cab driver last night almost had me and my boyfriend smushed because he assumed a speeding oncoming car was going to stop at a yellow light so we could make  a left-hand turn. The car didn’t stop and we… More Mindfulness lesson of the day: Live like tomorrow is not guaranteed

Some habits to keep a relationship from going stale

Disclosure: This is my own opinion from my own relationships, relationships of peers and family, and light reading on relationships… so, yeah. When the oogly-eyed smitten feeling in the beginning of a new relationship has subsided, that shouldn’t stop two people from making an effort to feel good about each other or make one another… More Some habits to keep a relationship from going stale