Category: Blog Post

7 Ways to Cultivate Happiness this Spring

After what was a grueling winter (-50? What was that even???) I think it’s safe to say that spring is here! It’s a crazy time, isn’t it? Kids are in the final few chaotic weeks of school and we’re still coming off of our spring break high. But this time of year provides us the… Read more »

Fruit, Nut, and Brown Sugar Frozen Oatmeal Cups

Fruit, Nut, and Brown Sugar Freezer Oatmeal Cups   Ingredients: 5 Cups Water ½ teaspoon salt 2 cups regular rolled oats 1/3 cup packed brown sugar 1 tablespoon butter ½ cup dried cranberries, tart cherries, raisins, chopped apricots or dates ½ cup chopped toasted almonds, walnuts or pecans Milk (optional) Directions In a medium saucepan… Read more »

5 Things I Gained When I Gave Up Sugar

Have you ever set a goal for yourself that ended up taking you on a completely different path that had absolutely nothing to do with what you had originally planned to do? About a month ago, in a desperate effort to shed the “winter fluff”, I decided I needed to lose 10 pounds. I don’t… Read more »

Small Business Spotlight: Welcome Dr. Mike to the Glendale Community!

Dr. Mike grew up in Tampa, FL and completed his undergraduate studies from the University of Florida.He then moved to Milwaukee, WI to attend Marquette University School of Dentistry with a scholarship from the US Navy. After graduating from Marquette, he completed a one-year General Practice Residency at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in… Read more »

AddeoFit Turns 2!: Sarah Addeo Talks Grace, Grit and the Music that Makes her Dance

“Perseverance, secret of all triumphs.” -Victor Hugo AddeoFit is turning 2! What have you learned about yourself as an entrepreneur?   I have validated a lot of things personally in who I am as an owner and a person. Everything from discovering a new level of strength and perseverance, to handling the unforeseen. AddeoFit started… Read more »

Winter Vegetable Soup

  After the festivities of the winter holidays, and eating our hearts out with candy on Valentine’s day, it’s always a good idea to give your body a little bit of a break, and a boost, with a soup filled with warming vegetables and broth.   This recipe is deliciously simple, and can be made… Read more »

A Trek of Bravery, Strength and Honor: Liz’s Story

  There are very few places that we can still think of that are unreachable, timeless and unforgiving.  We can travel to so many places and climb mountains, go zip lining in forests, even jump out of airplanes – but to say the Sahara Desert conjures up, to lots of us, the image of a… Read more »

Why Setting Intentions Can Work for You in the New Year

  “The idea is to live your life in a way that makes you feel lit up. Alive. Full fledged. Beautiful. Know and find what nourishes you inside out, bones to skin and then build your world from that alone. All else is not part of your revolution. Or your ultimate evolution.” – Victoria Erickson… Read more »

Rainbow Detox Salad

  Rainbow Detox Salad   I love salads. But when it’s 15 degrees outside, the last thing I want to eat is a bowl of cucumbers and bibb lettuce.   This salad is a delicious combination of warming veggies and ingredients, both high in fiber and protein! For practical purposes, the ingredients are measured. But… Read more »

Moroccan Lentil and Sweet Potato Stew

  Moroccan Lentil and Sweet Potato Stew   As the weather grows colder, all I want to do is curl up on the couch with a big bowl of stew. Not to mention that soups are so easy when it comes to meal prep for the week. I throw everything into one pot on Sunday,… Read more »