I can hardly believe a full year has gone by already and the Vidya Seasonal Kitchen project is coming to a conclusion with this winter installment. I created this video series as a way to explore the deeper connection between the food we eat and the way we align with the seasons. What it revealed to me was that each season has its own energy, from the Keep Reading
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I never thought I would say this but…I’m tired of traveling. As a Sagittarius (double that is, sun + rising!), my world doesn’t feel quite right when I’m settled in one place for more than a few weeks. I thrive on change and the excitement of waking up in a new place surrounded by foreign sights sounds and smells just waiting to be explored. And those synchronistic encounters with strangers …Keep Reading
I’ve become totally hooked on rock climbing. For me, climbing is yoga. It has this beautiful way of pulling me 100% into the present moment. It thrusts me out of my head and into the movement, my breath, and my surroundings. And isn’t that union with stillness the true practice of yoga? In an unexpected way, climbing has deepened my connection with my personal yoga practice on and off the …Keep Reading
Today is the last day of summer. I think we’re all lamenting how quickly it came and went this year. While it was over 100 degrees just the other day, the leaves are already turning yellow and falling off the trees one by one. It rained last night, bringing in a cool crisp breeze that is worthy of a big comfy sweater and an extra cup of tea …Keep Reading
This smoothie is simple and sweet, a nice change from my go-to Morning Milkshake. The almond butter and Vitamineral Green powder give it a little protein kick, while the hemp and flax provide essential Omega’s. I’ve been adding my supplements to my smoothies lately, which always includes my probiotics, flax oil, greens powders, and a natural Vitamin C …Keep Reading
This morning we woke up with heavy hearts and thunderstorms still pounding outside our window. Oklahoma’s largest recorded tornado swept through Moore yesterday, a town just 15 minutes south of us. I had listened to the tornado sirens sound all day while watching the hail pound the just-bloomed trees. It was nerve-wracking and eerie, listening but not knowing where it would hit or if it would at all. I’ve been …Keep Reading
Flavors inspired by my last trip to India. Masala simply means a mix of spices. Masala Chai are the deliciously sweet and warming spices of fresh ginger, green cardamom, cinnamon, clove, and sometimes black pepper, all simmered in raw milk and steeped with black tea. Chai wallahs (tea stands) are an intrinsic part of Indian culture, many times you are paying less for tea and more the performance. …Keep Reading
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