With the great pause the pandemic has offered us, and the forced introspection which has accompanied it, we are able to better examine our insides and what makes us who we are. Lately we’ve had some extra time to reflect on ourselves, and what better time to ponder who we really want to be.
You’ve made it to late November. Congratulations! This has been a year like no other. And while we are excited to put on our elastic waist pants and sit down to a Thanksgiving feast, we’re equally, if not more, excited to enjoy some Thanksgiving themed cocktails and wine. It’s been that kind of year . . .
Greek friends sharing recipes from their Yia Yia's kitchen? We should be so lucky. This old world recipe is straight from the archives, passed down through the generations.
Thank you to our friends at HALE for this delicious recipe featuring their locally-made, organic bone broth. Simple to make and full of intense flavor, this soup packs a powerful punch of plant protein and immunity-boosting healing properties.
A perfect winter warm-up from our friends at HALE (organic, locally-made bone broth). Stay healthy, strong and nourished knowing exactly where your food comes from.
Our friend, Chef Paul Walhberg, of Alma Nove and Wahlburgers, indulges our craving for all things wrapped in tortillas with this exclusive recipe (photo credit to our friend, Stephanie Olson).
Off days are never truly off days. The weather never sleeps. New computer model data flows in multiple times a day. Viewer reports and questions stream in constantly on social media. For me, getting away from that is top of mind when it comes to self-care. There are a couple ways I do that, none of them fancy, and all of them involving nature. - Michael Page
Our own inner voices often include criticism we would never direct towards someone else. So, why do we think about ourselves that way? My personal commitment to self care is doing my best to show myself the same love, acceptance, and kindness that I give to my clients, my family, and my friends. When I look in the mirror, I make a genuine effort to see and appreciate the things I really love. - Sarah Hinchey
Hitting the pavement before the sun comes up is something only those that do, appreciate. The early bird gets the worm. There are parts of Hingham that I will run to so I can catch the sunrise. The most BEAUTIFUL sunrise. I always stop, snap a pic and thank GOD for the beautiful day. - Erin Childs
After grabbing a cup of coffee and a glass of water with juice from a squeezed lemon, I turn on the gas fireplace and wake up my body by stretching and rolling.