Posts made in April, 2011


Do you ever get caught up in what you should be doing when you actually want to be doing something else?  Or that feeling that you are not doing enough of a certain thing or of anything? Blogging definitely brings this out in me.   I am often feeling like I should be writing more.  I have an incredibly full life.  It is tough to figure out the best way to allocate time. I have an even harder time figuring out how much rest time to...

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Carrot Ginger Soup


Posted By on Apr 13, 2011 in Blogs, O2 Vegan Blog | 2 comments

I have always shied away from carrot soups because they seemed too thin or sweet or something. However, this recipe was inspired from a podcast I was listening to called Compassionate Cooks. Colleen Patrick Goudreau is an activist, cookbook writer, and all around cool person. Her podcast is called Vegetartian Food for Thought www.compassionatecooks.com/podcast.htm When I first became vegan, I really needed support. I needed to be...

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Finding Inspiration


Posted By on Apr 13, 2011 in Blogs, O2 Yoga Blog | 4 comments

I sometimes wonder how and when a spark of inspiration will occur for myself and others.  As a teacher, I am always hoping to be an impetus for change.  As a yogi, I know that unattachment is key.  As Desnikachar puts it, “Our normal course of action is first to decide on a goal and then, bearing it in mind, start working toward it.  But it can easily happen that our goal changes or even disappears… Paying more attention...

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Squasharoni


Posted By on Apr 13, 2011 in Blogs, O2 Vegan Blog | 0 comments

This recipe was originally taken from my friend, Kris Quinones’ newsletter (kqbodywork.com). More on the story of this recipe on my other blog, blog.o2yoga.com.(http://blog.o2yoga.com/2011/04/13/finding-inspiration/) It is yummy, healthy and relatively easy. There are two version below since my friend Kelly Halldorson made her own version. Take your pick or make both! Kris’s Squasharoni Recipe Ingredients 1 chopped onion 1...

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WATKINS GLEN, N.Y. – March 29, 2011 – During her reign as America’s domestic icon, Martha Stewart has shown millions of people how to baste a turkey, braise a lamb and roast a chicken, but this Wednesday, March 30th, the woman who wrote the book (literally) on home entertaining will devote an entire hour-long episode of “The Martha Stewart Show”(Hallmark Channel, 10 AM ET/9 AM C – same day encore airing, 2 PM ET/next day airing, 1 PM...

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