Monthly Archives: March 2015

Asian Peanut Broccoli Slaw

In recent years, I’ve become more interested in gluten-free and vegan food options. I’m moving away from anything containing wheat and looking for more plant-based options for pasta meals I’ve always enjoyed. It’s easy to use spaghetti squash in place … Continue reading

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How to Write a Novel in 3 Steps

“Don’t tell me the moon is shining; show me the glint of light on broken glass.”                                             – Anton … Continue reading

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9 Ways to Begin Your Feng Shui Journey

For the past 11 years, I have been using principles of feng shui in my home and workspace. I’ve even taken a few classes, which have been fun and instructional. This fascination with feng shui was the inspiration for my … Continue reading

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Does anybody remember when Ronald Reagan sold borax?

I got some great feedback from my blog about salt and vinegar as natural, safe household cleaning products. But I have not yet told you about my numero uno favorite cleaning product: borax. Yep, you got that right. Remember when … Continue reading

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It’s time to get serious about fitting exercise into my day.

As I was flying home from a business trip yesterday (it was a 3-1/2-hour flight, so I had plenty of time to think about this), I realized that I am not getting enough fitness time. Anyone who knows me understands … Continue reading

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Here is a tasty, easy chicken-rice casserole for your family

Recently, I saw a recipe that intrigued me—as much for the one-dish ease as the combination of tasty ingredients. Of course, I tried it out immediately for our Sunday family dinner, and even the two toddlers liked it. I have … Continue reading

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Pets deserve natural cleaning products, too.

I was thinking today about some of the more responsible pet food companies that are using natural ingredients in their food for animals: gluten-free grains, high-quality meats, vegetables, and fruits. Some products even require refrigeration. All of this tells me … Continue reading

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And now, a gluten-free pizza you can enjoy without guilt…

I believe credit should go to Paula Deen for her creative idea to use riced cauliflower to make a pizza crust. I’ve seen two versions of this crust, but the following recipe is the one I now use regularly. I … Continue reading

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