Kale Smoothie & Breakfast Quinoa Recipe

Saturday rolls around and my body is ready for the slow & lazy weekend of time spent catching up with loved ones, but for us city dwellers who are bound by September 1st leases - Labor Day is all about movement. It has been a year & a summer since I graduated from college and I am in disbelief that I am moving to a new home. This year, my life is process. It is about finding space...

Introduction to Homebrewed Kombucha

“Things have a life of their own," the gypsy proclaimed with a harsh accent. "It's simply a matter of waking up their souls.” - Gabriel Garcia Marquez - 1. To sit longer on the floor and listen to my heartbeat. 2. To quiet my mind listen to my friends' voices, all of them, beautiful and strong, everyday. 3. To love with my whole body. I find myself writing a lot of lists these days...

Simple Kale Smoothie

You think, the whole world will collapse if you can't finish this, right here. The way you started. Simple, knowing nothing but the stretch of your own limbs. You pick things up just put them down again. The worn out starter on your dad's truck is humming somewhere over the skyline of Boston. Make yourself into something to remember, you whisper into the air at night. Your bones keep restitching...

Sage Pumpkin, Kale & Couscous Salad

Lately, my lungs have been filled up with all of my worries. I think people have started to see it in my eyes - how I calculate the firmness of my grasp to this world I call my own. The weeks have been steadily marching by with or without me. Somedays, I wake up wearing somebody else's clothes, sleeping in somebody else's bed, going to work at what I think is somebody else's job - simply to find...

Spicy Baked Kale & Tofu

It's raining today. The electrical work on our apartment is not quite done, but today we had a break from early morning construction & the country music of the local electrician. Last night, we sat down for the first roommate dinner. It was filled with cheers and warm laughs. Afterward, we played Quiddler at the table until we were all too tired to make sense of words. There is no television...