I could write a lot more information on this subject than you would ever want to sit and read in one blog post. I think we all could. This is such a broad and controversial topic. We all have different ideas of what we should and shouldn't eat in order to be healthy. I believe that even more important than what we should and shouldn't eat, is why we want to eat healthy, and how we plan to do it.
Many people associate healthy eating with dieting. I don't believe in diets. I have been on a ton of them. I used to be a chronic dieter. In fact, I went on my first diet at the age of 10. It wasn't until I threw in the towel, decided to give up on dieting, and started eating by listening to my body, that I finally learned how to eat in a healthy and balanced way.
So many of us are searching for a perfect way of eating that is going to make us look great, while not make us feel deprived. I can tell you that no diet is going to be successful in this. First of all, on a diet, we are always go...
I had a difficult time thinking of a name for this little business of mine. I believe that names can be so important and I wanted something that was significant and unique. I also wanted something that hadn't been used before, so I could have an easy-to-remember website address and social media accounts.
I thought of quite a few options, but none them felt quite right. I liked the idea of family or relationships being part of the name. This is something that is important to me and a core value of the business. I started searching for other words for family, community, and relationship, and came across the word kin.
At about the same time, I saw a Facebook post about women being the "salt of the home". The reasoning was that women are like salt because they add flavour. I don't necessarily agree with this analogy, but I liked the imagery.
I started playing around with the word salt. I happen to love salty foods and use the condiment often. A salt shaker is s...