They call it the “Best Oyster Chowder, Ever.” I’m going to make it the best I can, with all local ingredients.
I think a lot of people confuse difficulty with inconvenience. Part of this challenge is teaching me to be clearer about the two.
We have substitutes. We will not starve. Dinner might just be a little…bland.
If we can just get five or so go-to ingredients on hand and ready to go, we will always have a meal.
In 30 days, I’m either going to fall into a mad, unshakeable love with where I live…or I’m going to come to loathe it.
This Music Monday explores falling, fighting, and not giving up. We look at commitment and the pain that comes with it, with music from the movie “Gravity”.
When I started practicing yoga, one thing that bothered me was the ‘let’s imagine we’re in India’ music. I was in the city. I wanted my yoga music to reflect that. I found Ratatat.