We’re here for healthy minimalism. The sort of simplicity that feeds body and soul.
Fed up by the Pinterest obsessive life, tired of too many undones, unable and uncapable to keep up, I decided to simplify.
Or rather, I got to the point where it was demanded of me.
I couldn’t keep eating shit that made me feel like shit.
I couldn’t keep mothering away any pain from all my people.
I couldn’t keep up with the treadmill of work-life-exercise-shop-sustain-be-do-live-fight-feel-love-adventure that seems required of us in the web world. So many tabs needing attention. So many people to follow. So many recipes with so many ingredients.
It was a recipe for adrenal fatigue, exhaustion, and distaster.
And so, I simplified.
I discovered life can be simple.
Food doesn’t have to be complex.
Skinny is a state of mind, not just the size of your jeans.
Recipes like this one drive that point home.
Simple. Healthy. Perfect.
Now you have time to throw a party, and still be a real woman, too.
No running endless errands, no expensive invitations, no frantic cleaning, no Pinteresty panic. One dirty dish.
Keep it simple.Life’s better that way.