She was paying herself no mind, feeling coddled by suprise rainbows popping on the objects around the room while sun circled the building. For every 5 minutes of emotional upset we have, it takes our body eight hours to recover! The Toastmasters Open House meeting tonight was full and her ticket got canceled last minute. “Oh, well. There is always the next one…” She was looking forward to conversations on table topics this coming Winter, as old friends had fallen away during past lockdowns.
In person contacts are keeping us alive and well. It is not easy to maintain friendly debates in such a divisive times our communities have not seen in a lifetime. It seems opinions were as many as a headcount in each room. We all need a nice, nourishing, no, h-e-a-l-i-n-g(!) soups this Fall, she thought.
The idea is to marinate meet in lime, oil and seasoning overnight, then cook with rest of the ingredients. This heart warming soup is a New Year’s staple.
Roast cauliflower pieces first, then simply cook it together and garnish with toasted bread chunks.
Capture some calm this month
November is perfect time for self-care, easier with warm soups and these aroma-therapeutics: Stress Away (Its soothing, fresh scent is just what you need to create a moment of calm in your busy day), Tangerine (Inhale its bright, sweet aroma straight from the bottle or dilute and apply topically to uplift your spirit and bring about a sense of security.), Cedarwood, and Lavender for relaxing atmosphere, and Aroma Life (Inhale its bright, sweet aroma straight from the bottle or dilute and apply topically to uplift your spirit and bring about a sense of security.)
Don’t forget about good night sleep with this tip to fall asleep in two minutes!, seen already by 4 mln people.
“When I see a rainbow, I know that someone, somewhere loves me.” – said Anthony T. Hincks