Do You Have A Muse?


It’s so fun when mystic dances and plays with you and what had started out as just another jolly day, becomes a game of Hide and Go Seek or Clue with Divine and inspiration can be found at every turn. I was lucky enough to experience endless amounts of this merrymaking this week and my muse was Julia Child.

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Farmer’s Market Groupie Ebooks are coming and I want to give you a sneak peek of what’s first; Pantry and Quick Meals will soon be available to download and will inspire the healthy and happy lifestyle you desire with easy tips and realistic goals that you can achieve no matter your experience in the kitchen or your budget. It’s your kitchen so have fun!



Health is not a luxury for the $15 juice crowd, it is your birthright so I have created these EBooks so you will always have access to simple tips and resources that you can easily digest and relate to. It is my goal to help you think more about preventative health and live a cleaner lifestyle in a body and mind that will go the distance with dignity. The world needs you at your best so step up, get cooking and feed your soul. You only get one shot at life so make it unbelievable. XO

I made this warm Mediterranean inspired chopped salad in less than than seven minutes and once you get more comfortable in the kitchen, it won’t be long until you are throwing together colorful and flavorful meals with some basic foods in the fridge and pantry and using great tools like your kitchen shears. When life gets busy, who has time to slice with a sharp knife? I’d rather cut with scissors in seconds and be out the door.

This salad is loaded with complete omegas, fiber, antioxidants, minerals like magnesium and plant based protein. It also has tons of chlorophyll which increases oxygen in the blood, cleansing the liver and bowels, removes toxins from blood tissues, bones, and the intestines, deodorizing the body and treats health conditions such as gastric ulcers, sinusitis, anemia, arteriosclerosis and even depression. That is pretty amazing!

How To Make The Salad

First To Do: Chop one large purple potato and one large carrot in bite size chunks and place in small pot of cold salted water. Bring to a high simmer and cook for 3-4 minutes. Check with a fork that both potato and carrot are tender but still firm and holding their shape. Drain and do not rinse.

While they were cooking, use your kitchen shears, and cut into tiny pieces into a large bowl one large bunch of flat leaf parsley and 5-6 large basil leaves. Add one sliced tomato, two tbsp. of hemp seeds and toss in the warm potato and carrots. Toss.

Dress Your Salad

In a jar, add juice of one large lemon, 1 tbsp. red wine vinegar, 3-4 tbsp extra virgin olive oil, 1 tsp. Dijon mustard, coarse salt and pepper. Cover with lid and shake to combine all ingredients. Taste and add more vinegar, oil and salt as needed. Pour over salad and toss well.  You are done.

Fun Foods To Add

Feel free to add red onion, chickpeas, chopped black olives or thinly sliced red cabbage to this salad too. Have fun, get creative and enjoy.

This meal is packed with bright flavors and is nutrient dense too so you will be satisfied for most of the day and the cost for this organic salad that took seven minutes at most to make is just under $3 so don’t say you can’t afford organic.

Let me help you budget for organic because a nourished body is a nourished mind and anyone feeling that amazing can conquer the world! Food heals or it does not. The choice is yours.



I believe that if you want a happier and healthier life but do not know how to begin to achieve it, the first thing you can easily do is to surround yourself with inspirational true life stories that will motivate your efforts. Read them, listen to them and watch them on video over and over again if you have to until you begin to believe in yourself a little bit more and make the decision to never give up on what you most desire.

Know that you cannot do something this big all by yourself.

It isn’t difficult for me to understand why many of you insist on doing everything yourself because I was the same way. Being a lone ranger seemed to define me and so I became very comfortable in that role. But then I wasn’t comfortable anymore. I was just awfully sad, angry and isolated and eventually, I was forced to ask the universe for help. It was sink or swim and I chose the latter. Continue Reading »

Be Healthy, It’s Easy!


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