Welcome to {Nourish.Breathe.Thrive}

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“Out of crisis comes clarity” Randolph O’Toole It is with excitement and gratitude that I introduce to you the new Healthy Bites Blog: {Nourish. Breathe. Thrive.} I have come to the realization that wellness is about more than what we eat– it is about nourishing our mind, body and spirit in a whole way which […]

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{Nourish} Chocolate Chip Cashew Butter Oatmeal Muffins

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Chocolate Chip Cashew Butter Oatmeal Muffins

If you ask Hudson, he would tell you that we have been eating cupcakes for breakfast this week, and that is fine by me! Now three weeks into kindergarten, we (meaning me) might actually be getting used to this new schedule which has dramatically slashed our morning chill time. Less time calls for healthy breakfast […]

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{Thrive} Better Beauty for Fall

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Cool nights, cozy sweaters and root vegetables…exhale, it is finally fall. The transition from summer to fall always creates a bit of a craze before we are able to slow down and settle in to this snuggly time of year.  As the days get shorter and the weather changes, so does our body. We begin […]

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{Thrive} Mindful Monday: Setting the Tone

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Be The Ebergy You Want to See

Be the change you want to see. That is this week’s mantra. Toward the end of the week last week I was spinning my emotional wheels. I felt exhausted and depleted and annoyed with everyone and everything (including myself). I found myself placing blame on others and brainstorming ways I could convince them to change. […]

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{Nourish} Cool Weather Cobbler

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Apple and Pear Coobler

As far as I am concerned, every season deserves a cobbler or crumble of sorts. While I tend not to have much of a sweet tooth (pass the potato chips, please), I love fruit and roasted fruit may just top the list of my favorite desserts–they simply feel more savory to me. This cool weather […]

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{Thrive} Mindful Monday: Owning our Stories

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owning our stories

We all have stories. Some of them are true though some are not and many of them become muddled over time. The thing that we often forget is that we are not shackled to these stories–no matter how tragic or hurtful or scary or triumphant they might be. Our stories, though a part of our […]

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