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Simplicity In The Kitchen – Making More With Less

Every day living can reach frantic exhausting levels. But for me, inviting simplicity in the kitchen is a great way to slow down.

Oftentimes aspirations outreach energy levels between our daily obligations, the things we have to do and the things we need to do for others. At the bottom of the priority list is what we want to do for ourselves. But we can do better then this.

 
It’s Ok To Say No
 

Something I’ve learned in the last couple of years is that I don’t have to do it all. It’s ok . . .

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Belinda is a writer, editor, explorer, cook and gardener. She loves to travel and goes wherever frequent flyer miles will take her. When she is not roving round the planet, diving in the sea, or skiing down a mountain she might be found working in her impractically large vegetable garden or sitting amidst a stack of cookbooks concocting ideas for some crazy new thing to cook in the kitchen. She has practiced yoga for twenty years and two years ago started a meditation practice, which is still very much a work in progress. She lives in Northern California.