The “T’s Knees”

The origin of the word “breakfast” was coined in the 15th century to describe the morning meal, which literally means to break fast from the night before.

Some individuals believe by not eating breakfast it helps keep weight down.
In fact, it’s just the opposite.
Not eating breakfast; slows your metabolism, contributes to weight gain, and can leave you feeling more sluggish and drowsy.
Breaking the fast by eating breakfast within in at least two hours after you awaken, is like stoking the fire of your metabolism, giving your body what it needs to burn more calories throughout the day.

It doesn’t have to be complicated to keep your life in balance.

The “T’s Knees” are packed with enough nutrients to jump start your day.

“T’s Knees”

Toasted granola, pumpkin, flax and chia seeds, Greek yogurt, blueberries, sliced strawberries and cocoa dusted almonds.

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Asking Questions

IMG_7332While I was living in Jakarta, Indonesia,  I left for a workshop in Sumatra, and a bomb exploded in Jakarata.
When I came back to Jakarta from Sumatra, a volcano erupted in Sumatra.
I felt guilty in both experiences, wondering why I was spared, and other living beings were injured or killed.
While in Florida,  I lived through a hurricane, and again I questioned why I was spared from harm or death.

I have asked myself, WHY? Why am I here???

I realized, a part of my “I” is being chipped away each and every time. These situations are helping me to pull the  focus away from me, and my attachments, and more on the needs of others.

If we are never given the opportunity to ask questions, it will be impossible to expand our awareness.