Legacy. This month, we’ve been shining a light on the legacy and experiences of Black Americans that have been omitted from our history books but continue to have a visible impact until this day. The Atlantic’s Inheritance project has a wonderful collection of these untold stories that highlight the diversity of Black identities and perspectives that is not singularly defined by trauma and include stories about resilience and joy.
Speaking of joy, Netflix just announced the release of Waffles + Mochi, a 10-part children’s cooking series starring Michelle Obama, on March 16. …
Celebrate the start of the spring season and lunar calendar with 1.5 billion people in the United States and around the world with these healthy and delicious Asian inspired recipes.
Juneteenth. Denver, Colorado is considering whether to designate June 19, also known as Juneteenth, as a commemorative holiday. If you live in the Denver area, contact your City Council member to voice your support. Also consider reaching out to Councilman Christopher Herndon (District 8) to thank him for introducing the proposal.
#HereToBeHeard. MARS candy company launched the #HereToBeHeard campaign to learn what you think needs to change so more women can reach their full potential? You can record your response here and listen to responses from others, including Tamera Mowry-Housely from the hit television series “Sister, Sister”.
Delicious and healthy breakfast ideas that are perfect for any occasion
Looking for some breakfast recipes that will motivate you to jump right out of bed in the mornings? Check out these 5 delicious recipes that will leave you feeling energized and ready to take on your day.
Celebrating National Black History Month. This month our nation honors the historical achievements and contributions of Black Americans. The idea of celebrating Black heritage was initially conceived by distinguished Black historian, Dr. Carter G. Woodson, in 1926 and was eventually adopted into law in 1986. Studying this remarkable and painful past is a stark reminder of the legacy of slavery that began in North America 500 years ago and shines a spotlight on the important work of activists that continue to fight for justice today.
We’ve all tasted a smoothie before, right? They’re those delicious fruity cold beverages that are perfect portable meals on the go and great energy boosters after a workout. Whether you’ve had a smoothie before or not, you should definitely try our favorite green smoothie recipe!
For decades, nutrition studies have shown the many health benefits of eating Mediterranean-style dishes. Below, we’ve shared 5 of our favorite Mediterranean inspired recipes, including two variants of a couscous salad, a delicious shrimp salad with a light tangy dressing, a Mediterranean baked salmon dish, and Moroccan chicken tacos.
Looking for some variety this week? We have you covered. Check out these 5 plant-based recipes that will satisfy all of your cravings, from lighter recipes like a creamy mushroom soup, zoodles and quinoa with poached egg, and tofu in peanut sauce, to more filling recipes such as our creamy leek risotto and sweet potato BBQ pizza.
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Get started on meeting your new year’s goals with a collection of delicious salad recipes! Let us know which ones were your favorites. We love hearing what you think of our recipes!
As we said in our end of year reflection, reflecting on experiences can help provide important insights that allow us to learn and grow. It enables us to process events and experiences, in addition to any emotions that went along with them. This is a quintessential step toward healing and thriving, in order to be our best and healthiest selves.
Here are 10 questions to guide your reflections on a difficult year and how these lessons can be used to jump start the new year:
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