It’s that time of year when various publications, network morning news shows, blog posts and more make predictions for the upcoming year. One of them caught my eye and made my heart jump with joy. “How Will Americans Eat in 2022? The Food Forecasters Speak” was recently published in The New York Times. Why was… Continue reading In Sync with 2022 Food Forecasts
Once in a great while, something happens that makes me feel even as a novice from the Midwest with no living seaweed in sight, that I am not alone in my studies of this complementary and updated ancient healing ingredient. For example, historically, edible seaweed and other plant resources and promotion of their properties for… Continue reading A Christmas Wish
We're in for a chilly winter. At least, that's what is being predicted in this year's "Old Farmer's Almanac." The newest edition of the 230-year-old series projects the 2021-22 winter as a particularly cold one, dubbing it the "season of shivers,” and says it could even be "one of the longest and coldest that we’ve seen in… Continue reading Is It Soup Yet?
The following has been appearing on the Internet in various people’s blogs and on social media sites for a couple of years now. I do not know who wrote this, I’ve seen it several times on social media – Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. I tried searching for it in various places via Google, and couldn’t… Continue reading Do What Needs to Be Done Now
With all of the wonderful farmer’s market produce available in July and August, a different spin on the traditional tomato, cucumber and onion salad is to fix a Panzanella salad. A popular Italian (especially Tuscan) salad, there are many variations of it, but at its core it includes bread, fresh ripe tomatoes, cucumbers and onions… Continue reading Panazanella Summer Salad
I miss the Sunday Social Suppers (pre-pandemic) where as a health coach, I hosted presenters and information on better self care. A supper for attendees as provided in which almost every course (including dessert) either utilized my Midwest Mermaid Muse Land & SEAsoning with additional seaweed/and or mushrooms to show the great variety of ways these… Continue reading Soups and Casseroles for Compassion
Sometimes cleaning closets and organizing for better efficiency and better sleeping at night means simplifying and elimination of what is not working and giving greater energy to the things that are working in your home and in your life. My date at the beach ("Jaime") I also met people who helped me turn my “on”… Continue reading The Midwest Mermaid Muse Gets Inspired in Mexico!
Note from Kathleen:Recently I received this very nice message from customer Rob Nold and his experiences with our Land & SEAsoning multi-purpose seasoning. So appreciative of customer feedback – thanks Rob!“My brother Dave and I were planning to visit our parents and we wanted to cook a meal for them for a special occasion. Brother… Continue reading “We Really Wanted to Get our Hands on Some of this Magical Elixir!”
Andrea Beaman (right) and myself (left) barefoot with beachy hair! I mentioned in last month's newsletter that I'd share a few highlights of the retreat I went on in the Outer Banks - "Take Back Your Health." I was so inspired by many of the classes and speakers, as well as some of the other… Continue reading “Community Builds Immunity, Safety & Happiness”
I just wanted to share this wonderful note I received regarding the regimen I suggested to help Angie with her diverticulitis/digestive system ailments. We love hearing from our followers and clients! Kathy,I am writing you this letter to thank you. Over the last several weeks I have been plagued with intense stomach pain, the inability… Continue reading “I Can’t Thank You Enough…”