Faith Gardening, food, God's word, Healthy, natural, Soil

Creation: Beautiful Spontaneous thoughts from your Food Life Coach

Cathy Fyock, the Business Book Strategist, is a mentor and a friend.  Last year, she sent out writing prompts to help her clients keep the creative juices flowing.  In February, she sent us a picture like this: This is what I wrote.  (Unedited, I wrote for about fifteen minutes spontaneously.): Genesis 2:9 gives us a… Continue reading Creation: Beautiful Spontaneous thoughts from your Food Life Coach

food

Life Coaching and Classes… On WhatsApp???

It's a new world and it is constantly evolving.  Always being willing to do things in new ways is no longer optional.  So I'm expanding Really Nourish's Food Life Evolution services into a new platform: Life Coaching and Classes On WhatsApp! I'm calling it Food Life Evolution Classroom, and I'm taking WhatsApp's Group Chat feature to a… Continue reading Life Coaching and Classes… On WhatsApp???

activism, food, Organ Donation

Organ Donors: Real Superheros?

Are Organ Donors real superheros?  It certainly doesn't feel like it... I know I helped someone in a major way.  Nonetheless, I'm not immortal, I have no superpowers (well, except making milk for my babies, but that had nothing to do with giving an organ) and I only directly impacted one person's life. Real superheros save entire cities… Continue reading Organ Donors: Real Superheros?

Food Sovereignty Food Import Dependency Trinidad and Tobago
activism, Boycott, food, supermarket

Who Controls the Food Controls the Country: Food Sovereignty and Food Import Dependency in Trinidad and Tobago

Part 1: Wheat Boycott Dreams of Life Back Home Growing up as a first-generation American child in an immigrant family, I heard lots of idealized reminiscing about “back home”.  To hear them tell it, the Caribbean was a magical unicorn-filled wonderland where everything from the food to the freedom was To hear them tell it,… Continue reading Who Controls the Food Controls the Country: Food Sovereignty and Food Import Dependency in Trinidad and Tobago

food, God's word, vegan, Water

A Biblical Case for Veganism Part 3: Troubled Waters

In continuation of a biblical case for veganism, I choose now to focus on water, which is a birthright given by God that shows up in scripture in several contexts: 1. A vital component of God’s consistent provision in our lives 2. A metaphoric reference to His power and His reliability and, at times, His… Continue reading A Biblical Case for Veganism Part 3: Troubled Waters