As usual, this is a spicy salsa. If you don’t like the heat (wuss!) Replace jalapenos with bell peppers. Roast 5 ears of corn. I prefer to shuck & clean my corn on the cob and rub in just a bit of olive oil. You can also roast in the husk and it’s delicious, but… Continue reading Roasted Corn Salsa
*This post is not endorsed by or prepared by Jamie Eason or anyone in her employ. It is based on her 12 Week FREE Training Program on Bodybuilding.com modified for my own dietary considerations. For some time I’ve been thinking about changing what I do at the gym. It’s always good to do this. The… Continue reading Time for a Change: Jamie Eason’s 12 Week Livefit Trainer, Modified for Vegetarians
Ingredients: 1 tbsp olive oil 1 large onion, diced 3 serrano peppers, chopped 2 habanero peppers, chopped (adjust number of chilies to taste) 4 garlic cloves, minced cumin, cayenne pepper, black pepper, salt 1 tbsp agave syrup 2 – small cans crushed or diced tomatoes or 1 lb fresh tomatoes grated 1 large can garbanzo… Continue reading Baked Sweet Potato with Black Bean & Corn Chili
The 9th season of What Not to Wear premieres tonight on TLC. I love this show. At first glance it seems like a pretty trite concept. A person is nominated by friends and family for her unfortunate, but often hilarious, fashion choices. She is given $5000 to spend on a whole new wardrobe with the… Continue reading What Not to Wear – More Than Just Fashion Advice
The September issue of Glamour magazine has a story about Jess Weiner, prominent body acceptance proponent and author of Life Doesn’t Begin 5 Pounds From Now, and her realization that her weight was negatively impacting her health. I gave a speech I’d given before, telling the audience that it was important for every woman of… Continue reading Does Body Acceptance Lead to Obesity?
Tonight I had the pleasure of trying something new, Yoga Wall at Blissful Yoga Studio. I had never heard of such a thing before exploring the class list at the studio. But how can anyone not be intrigued by this? Suddenly, the wall becomes the floor and the floor becomes the wall! Whoa, mind-blowing. Now… Continue reading Yoga by M.C. Escher (Yoga Wall)
You reap what you sow. If you approach a task, event, or experience with negativity, you are far more likely to get back negativity. You really do create your own experience with your attitude. I’ve heard this a million times, but I only recently realized how true it is. Since I have settled into maintaining… Continue reading No More Negativity