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Pre-frontal cortex, gin & tonic and a very yellow necklace

Maybe some of the things I come up with may seem a bit shallow. And maybe they actually are shallow. But I believe that you must appreciate what you already have, even the little things, even the superficial things, that give you joy, that give you that spark to make you think that life after all isn’t so bad. 256 more words


Source: https://www.havoca.org/survivors-food-connection/

This article is from the organization, Help for Adult Victims of Child Abuse (HAVOCA), and was originally made for survivors of child abuse. However, I thought it was useful information for survivors who turn to food as a coping mechanism. 220 more words


Get a 🍕 this.

Hey y’all. Like I said on instagram I couldn’t let this recipe go to waste. I made this pizza on a whim just because of the mad cravings I had for a buffalo chicken pizza, but I didn’t know it was going to turn out this GOOD. 315 more words

Everyday Life

Healthy snacks to curb that late night craving

Is it okay to snack at night? Well, assistant professor with USU Extension Jaqueline Neid-Avila says it is.

The most important thing is making sure you’re choosing healthy snacks. 149 more words

The Place

Homemade fat free chicken nuggets

Did you ever find yourself sitting in a restaurant thinking: ” I could never cook like this!”? I certainly have. But apart from that I also usually think: “Does this really have to be fried?” Also, you probably would be amazed my the poor quality of food most restaurants, especially fast food restaurants, serve you. 212 more words


Recipe: Mussels with Lavender, Herb de Provence Courtons and Red-veined Sorrel

Owner and chef Jen Gilroy of Meditrina joined us today to show us how to make a seafood delicacy! Check out the recipe below!

Mussels with Lavender, Herb de Provence Croutons, and Red-veined Sorrel… 153 more words

The Place

6 Classical Music Concerts to See in NYC This Weekend

Our guide to the city’s best classical music and opera happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

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Ian Bagley