Life can be hectic, and it’s far too easy to move quickly from one task to the next or to tick another item off our to-do lists.
Despite the chaos of life, the simple act of having one meal together each day can be impactful for the well being of our families.
Saucha is a daily work to learn to let go, whether it’s a thought, a feeling or an object.
Intergenerational friendships provide a remedy for this by creating opportunities for regular social interaction.
I was enjoying life, and yet, I would find myself having abdominal spasms and losing weight I wasn’t trying to lose.
I always say, “If they prepare it, they will eat it.” It is important to invite children to help in the kitchen.