How to Take Control of Your Inbox in 15 Minutes

First order of business: email - aka headquarters of our digital lives. I was skeptical going into this project. I thought the "inbox zero" and "Getting Things Done" fanatics were a bit extreme. Their processes, while efficient, seemed like an unrealistic waste of energy. I questioned the impact this experiment...

Month 2: Digital Clutter

Not enough storage. I've been getting this stupid message on my iPhone every day for months and I haven't done a damn thing about it. Probably because I'm afraid to dig into my digital archives to see what a mess I have created. Yes, I have a bit of a...

Foodie Friday

Much of this past week was spent entertaining visitors, so there was a lot of eating out and making our tried and true recipes. So, when you have a whole bunch of leftovers and a lack of creativity, you make a rainbow, naturally. Articles I Enjoyed Soylent-style powdered food...

I am Allergic to Eggs and I am NOT Happy

I shouldn't have been surprised. I have been doing all of the right things this month and then some. You can read about it here and here. I was hoping I would be the picture of health. But I knew something was still off. I could feel it. When I reviewed...

11 Quotes That Will Change the Way You Think About Food

I have found that the best way to stay disciplined in the face of temptation is to keep reading. The more I learn, the more motivated I am to stay the course. Here are some of my favorite quotes on food and nutrition, because we could all use a little...

The Resource Roundup: Books & Apps for the Foodie

Now that the month is coming to a close, I'm sharing my extensive list of apps and books that were central to my food education. Apps Find Real Food ($4.99 for a 1 year subscription): The Weston A Price Foundation's guide to finding the highest quality, nutrient dense, real food....