“Know your worth.” For the longest while, I always thought self-esteem was inherited to our own success in life. Boy, was I wrong. What I was only referring to was secular self esteem which depends on who we are and what we do, a dangerous path that where we take solace in our own pride. … Continue reading $5 Black Bean Stew.
Every year, there’s a unique new breakfast trend or a twist on a classic favorite. Remember overnight oats? Or green juicing? Before you ponder what happened or if people are still putting oatmeal in the microwave or taking filtered family shots of communal green juicing on Instagram, they certainly are. I admit I don’t keep… Continue reading smoothie bowls
Granola making is synonymous with life itself. It seems so simple and delicate from far away, but up close it can be a mess when a once great idea for a recipe crumbles on you turning into tragedy. Granola can be tragic? You may have the perfect recipe but it doesn’t clump right in the… Continue reading breakfast sugar free granola.
Tears rolled down my face one morning while listening to a Focus on the Family podcast on marriage. At times, I still struggle with the power of understanding God’s love. I think that’s common for even the most deeply religious type of person. Love is a life changing leap. It is never easy. Secularism makes… Continue reading basil pesto salmon cakes.
For those of you in the Philadelphia area, there’s a variety of plant based options for lunch and dinner ranging from casual to upscale. Philadelphia is a great culinary city: meals and experiences travel with us throughout our growth. One of them can be found at Mi Lah Vegetarian. Mi Lah used to be the… Continue reading Restaurant Review: Mi Lah Vegetarian.