I listened to an interesting talk this week. The theme was “be bad.” The Institute of Integrative Nutrition defines “bad” as something you feel you shouldn’t do or feel is irresponsible. These are little things that you might not do
Exciting news! I have mentioned the new documentary, “Fed UP” in previous posts. I am happy to say the the Olympia Film Society will be hosting a screening at the Capitol Theater on July 13th. Not only will I be
photo by Nick Demerice This weekend I was privileged to join several amazing moms and their families in a walk for postpartum mental health. The Climb Out of the Darkness walk in Olympia was a celebration of overcoming the unexpected
In honor of Father’s Day I am posting one of my husband’s favorites – guacamole! Guacamole 1 roma tomato, diced1-2 green onions, dicedhandful of cilantro, choppedclove of garlic, smashed or finely diced1-2 Tbl olive oil1 Tbl lime juice (about half
I have had several request for my fresh salsa recipe. First I must thank my aunt, Toni Norvall for the original recipe. I changed the recipe slightly for my family’s palate (though the shot of tequila in the original was
Last Friday I arrived promptly for my interview with Director of Nutrition, Alicia Neal, with your questions and my own. What I learned was extremely discouraging. We began the conversation with an overview of the current system lunch item procurement.
Today both of my kids enjoyed the BBQ at the elementary school. This was a special treat as I had not allowed my son to buy lunch this year and my daughter was just happy to go to school with