The 80/20 Diet

I’ve been giving a lot of thought to different eating programs.  Whether it is no sugar-no white flour-no meat-plant-based-Keto-McDougall-Macrobiotic-candida-South Beach-or the sea food diet (I see it, I eat it).  I have come to the conclusion that everybody=every body is different and there is not a one-size-fits-all diet for everyone. I thought I had created for myself a new diet called the 80/20 Diet, but after doing an internet search found the concept already exists.  What is boils down to is eating healthy 80% of the time and 20% of the time foods I should avoid. For me I feel … Continue reading The 80/20 Diet

Have Faith. G-d Listens

Here is a wonderful and true post-Yom Kippur story. I’m a minimalist which means I don’t have clutter or excess in my home. This is mainly because I have 8 people in small three bedroom apartment and have no extra space for non-necessary items. I’m also against excess consumerism and only purchase what we need. With that said, I can confidently say my apartment lacks storage space. The only thing left to maximize space would be to climb the walls with shelving. As I straightened up this week I decided two things were needed that would really make a big … Continue reading Have Faith. G-d Listens

Using up Leftovers

In my eagerness to publish my post I forgot the title.  Here is the the TITLED version: Using up Leftovers I will add this is my plate note: (not disposable) and fork (note: not plastic).  The large chunk pictured about the chicken and rice is the biscuit topping.  Also note, this was all that was left of the leftovers because it was so yummy and a bit hit with the family. Karen, T.K.K. August 31, 2018 Continue reading Using up Leftovers