I’ve got a theme going now, and I think it will carry me throughout 2020. That theme is:
We’re not sitting on ideas—we’re executing.
So many of us have incredible ideas, but we have so many things keeping us from starting—fear, doubt, lack of confidence, lack of organization, etc.
We might have great reasons for not beginning or putting off our plans, but I want you to remember that what you create isn’t just for you. It might be your vision, but that vision coming to fruition can change the lives of people you haven’t even met.
I was talking to my sister to get some feedback, and trying to decide what should be my next project to begin. I already made my mind up that I was going to do more than talk. I was going to move.
The end result was my second published book! It’s called Foods Your Body Loves, and it’s something I am super proud of and excited to share.
The book is a compellation of recipes, health tips, and lists of different pantry items I buy time over time because they really work.
I’m all about making this health journey simpler. Why should you have to struggle, when I’ve already done so much of the work? That’s why I want to share it.
So now you can finally get the full recipe for how I made yummy and nutritious smoothies or crispy cauliflower tacos, or how you can veganize tuna salad. Trust me, it’s so good!
I hope you’ll grab a copy of my new eBook and also remind yourself that…we’re executing!
Likely you’re reading this because you’re already subscribed to my blog for tips and recipes, or if you wandered to this site you’re someone interested in cooking or health.
A little about me, I recently finished a graduate program in mechanical engineering where I focused on solar cooking options for women in developing countries. It was such a good experience, and I honestly wish I had more time to explore.
Now I work full time and I haven’t saved the world yet, but I do make a little impact by working on reducing air pollution. In addition to this, in every moment of spare time I find, I devote myself to helping improving the quality of life of others around me by trading unhealthy habits for good ones! It’s really rewarding to hear stories of weight loss, improved strength, and even the elimination of the need of medication.
Going along with the theme of health, my most prized product is my book, The Divine Hostess: A guide to cooking, hosting & healthy living . I’m proud of this book because it is my way of sharing my personal experiences with learning to cook and discovering healthier ways to do so. Over the years I’ve found I can take charge of my health primarily by the way I choose to fuel my body, and I can have fun doing it!
If you haven’t purchased a copy, please stop by and do so today. You’ll be happy you did!