Today is the first of October.  I’m currently finishing a job assignment in Texas.   Although it is officially fall, the blazing Texas daylight hours and warm nighttime gulf breezes make it hard for me to come to terms with the changing seasons.  Everyone is ordering Pumpkin Spice Lattes and I’m looking for the blackberry lemonade.  Afterall, I’m a New…

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My favorite Wardrobe Item for Transitioning to Spring

I have drastically downsized my wardrobe. You can read my blog post on why I started my minimalist journey here.  What remains in my closet are my tested and true pieces.  Those that earn their stay by keeping me looking fabulous and working well with everything else in my closet.  I have a few favorites that will hopefully stay with…
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How Obsession Started My Minimalist Journey

Confession #9: I am obsessed with clothes.  As a byproduct of attending Catholic school from Kindergarten to the 12th grade, I know uniforms all too well.  My mother worked hard to get my 3 sisters and I through school as a single mom.  Tuition was very expensive so I understand why she only focused on providing me with the essentials (expensive…
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How Not to Hate Cooking Because you Can’t Cook

As you can tell, I talk a lot about food on my blog.  That is because the greatest influences in reversing disease in my patients are food choices.  As a strong promoter of the “food is medicine” mantra, I stress how important home cooking is for good health.  What many people don’t know is that I did not always like to…
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5 Tips for shopping the Farmer’s Market

I am New York City born and bred but have the spirit of a country girl living deep inside of me.  I love traveling to the south and would be as happy as a clam to live in a house on the prairie with my family.  But alas, my husband says it is not going to happen.   So I…
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