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How to Organize Your Kitchen for Healthy Eating

Stacey, I would like to know if there is a “right way” to organize a kitchen? I’ve heard that the dishes should go close to the dishwasher, etc. Are there guidelines such as this that I should consider?-Anonymous, Charleston, SC First off, I can’t say that there’s a “right way” to organize a kitchen. For …

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5 Simple Steps to Making Healthy Food Choices

Food nourishes our body & soul! Unlike other tasks or activities that we can potentially eliminate or cut way back on, we have to eat! Making healthy food choices can be challenging, however. With everyone overscheduled these days, it’s no wonder we struggle to make positive choices and the drive-thru can be a tempting way to …

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Getting Comfortable in the Kitchen

I’m happiest when I’m in the kitchen preparing nourishing meals! Cooking nourishing meals didn’t come easy, however. For many years I struggled with the idea of me being in the kitchen because I lacked confidence in my cooking abilities. Around the age of 15, I experienced what I refer to as the 🥦 Broccoli Incident …

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Stress: Recognizing it before it Becomes a Problem

STRESS: Recognizing It before It Becomes Problematic

Stress is something that most of us can say we’ve experienced at one time or another. In fact, saying “I’m stressed” has become an acceptable mantra. A mantra that turns into accepting a frenetic pace of life that is wreaking havoc on many, both physically and mentally. Ironically, most everyone knows that people are stressed, but only …

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Yummy Southwestern Tofu Scramble

Meal-prep is my typical Sunday task because I like to have an easy answer of the daily question of “what’s for dinner?” This week I realized I had tofu in the fridge. It wasn’t my intention to cook it during this process, but I’ve been wanting to try a tofu scramble, so I pulled out the …

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Road Trip to Raleigh: Healthy Eating Fail

This week was different than most, but IT IS is the start of the holiday season when healthy eating can elude us! We traveled out of town for a couple of days to Raleigh, North Carolina so my daughters could see a couple of music shows and we could make some memories. This type of …

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Stacey Crew Wellness Breakfast Options

Muesli for Breakfast

For some of us, the hectic morning routine can leave us without time to eat a healthy breakfast. Two things I’ve learned when it comes to breakfast: Plan in advance – You want to make sure you have healthy options on hand. When that’s what you’ve got, that’s likely what you’ll eat. So, think about …

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Healthy Eating in a Tiny RV Kitchen

Let me introduce you to Donna Smallin Kuper. I’ve known Donna since 2004 when we met at a NAPO (National Association of Professional Organizer) Conference. I was in the process of writing my first book and wound up seated at the same table as Donna. Okay, so maybe I finagled this. It was so long …

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Is your drinking water acidic

Acidic Drinking Water Could be Sabotaging Your Good Efforts

Maintaining a healthy body consists of quite a few components: eating healthy and nutritious food, maintaining a positive mindset, moving your body regularly, getting a good night’s sleep, and making sure you’re regularly drinking water. But, NOT all water is created equal and the water you’re drinking could be harming you! To be healthy in the truest …

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Why weight loss shouldn't be your goal

The word “diet” conjures up many thoughts. The main ones being how much weight do I “need” to lose, “could” lose, or “should” lose. And in spite of the $60 billion spent annually on diet and weight loss books, pre-packaged diet food and supplements, in the USA, 73% of men and 63% of women are still overweight. …

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