I have a confession to make. I kind of hate cooking. I mean, hate is a strong word…but I often feel overwhelmed by the process! Especially at the end of a long teaching day.
I really wish I was one of those people at home in the kitchen who could just whip up some delicious meal with all the fresh produce I pick from my garden. My cousin is that person. I am pretty much as far on the other end of the spectrum as one can get. If left to my own devices, I would probably order Mexican food every night of the week. Sadly neither my husband nor my system really support that.
In spite of my resistance, I do recognize the importance of making your own food, in your own home, with ingredients and seasonings you’ve chosen. There is definitely a joy in that. It brings a sense of satisfaction and well-being to wash, prepare, and be in relationship with the food you eat. It feels nourishing, It is nourishing. What I do love are easy-to-make, comforting and yummy recipes that do not require a ton of time. That is what my cleanses are based on – simple but nourishing and delicious recipes that are essentially fool-proof.
Here is one example I’d love to share with you of my favorite fall soup:
If you would like to learn how to nourish yourself with simple recipes, whole foods, and some self-care practices, then join me for the Radiant Reset Fall Cleanse. We begin November 7th (but you can go at your own pace). I guarantee this reset will inspire your kitchen habits and leave you feeling grounded, clear, and more energized for the season ahead.
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