• Soft and Fluffy Gluten Free Flour Mix @ EmbraceThisSeason.com

    Gluten-Free Flour Blend – Soft and Fluffy!

    “I have heard the Israelites’ complaints.  Now tell them, ‘In the evening you will have meat to eat, and in the morning, you will have all the bread you want.  Then you will know that I am the Lord your God.'” (Exodus 16:12) Do you often begin with a recipe you find on-line and then tweak it?  That may describe you if you have any food issues, sensitivities, or health goals, and I’m with you.  What is your process for tweaking recipes? My Process For Making Recipe Changes Recipe Evaluation:  As you read through the original recipe’s list of ingredients for the first time, make mental notes of things you…

  • Managing Weight

    Change Your Eating Style for LIFE

    I barely scratched the surface in my post about losing weight in our fifties (How I Ruined My Friend’s 50th Birthday!)  A few of you fellow embracers expressed an interest in hearing more about healthful lifestyle changes.  My healthy eating journey is unusual, for sure.  But, I hope you find the information helpful in some way for your situation. The first step for getting healthy is to eliminate all sugar and processed foods, especially foods from a box.  Shop the perimeter of the grocery store.  That means skipping the processed food boxes and buying fresh green veggies, whole fruit, meat, and dairy items.  (Although, I also skip the dairy section.)…

  • Aging Advice for the Fifties

    How I Ruined My Friend’s 50th Birthday

    Are you a menopausal mama who struggles to lose weight?  If so, I hope you’re encouraged by today’s post.  If you aren’t someone who struggles with weight, share this article with friends who might!  🙂 Do you often regret predicting what may lie ahead in someone’s life?  Why do I have to negatively share what to expect during mental pause (my term for menopause)?  Sometimes I really put my foot in it! I apologized to a friend recently for ruining her big 5-0 celebration earlier this year.  I ruined it by giving her some (unsolicited) advice about aging through her fifties.  She actually thanked me for what I said to…