I took an Ashtanga yoga workshop with PJ Heffernan this weekend at Invivo in Milwaukee. I haven’t worked my body like that since before I was pregnant. It felt wonderful and awful at the same time. Today I hurt everywhere.
Ashtanga is a very old traditional form of yoga with prescribed movements. A dedicated practitioner can work [...]
I seem to have food on the brain these days. Maybe nursing a small human being has encouraged me to think even more about what I put into my body.
I found this website and wanted to share it. I really like how it breaks down the health benefits of each food. I was also glad [...]
I was walking to the elevators in the parking garage at work on Friday. I was behind a woman who entered one of the elevators and then hid in the corner where she could not be seen. It occurred to me that she was hoping to avoid eye contact so she wouldn’t have to wait [...]
I recently wrote about Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) and the importance of eating locally. Many people in Milwaukee seem to be on to this idea and have a share in a local farm. However, you my not have heard about Restaurant Supported Agriculture (RSA).
David Swanson is the founder of Braise Culinary School and the organizer [...]
I have been buying organic produce for about 8 years now. I really think it is important to think about the kinds of chemicals we ingest and to make small choices that reduce that load even a little. However, everyone I know is trying to cut costs and it’s pretty hard to swallow (pun intended) [...]
Yesterday was my birthday. It is amazing how birthdays seem to become a little less monumental in your 30′s. It’s also interesting how having a child changes your perspective. I am usually pretty excited about my birthday but this year I had to keep reminding myself that the day was significant. I went through the [...]