Vegan & Gluten Free
November - January
Everybody knows that delicious treats make for a magical holiday season! Desserts such as our famous cashew “cheese” cake, assorted cashew ice creams, fresh baked cookies, cobblers, and other creations such as ice cream cookie cakes and more are made specifically for your tastes and budget! We accommodate desserts for personal and group settings for a plant-based and gluten free dessert extravaganza!
Resolutions for 2019?
Will you make any resolutions this year?
According to ancient history, Babylonians made promises to their gods at the start of each year that they would return borrowed objects and pay their debts. The Romans began each year by making promises to the god Janus, for whom the month
of January is named. In modern history it seems we make resolutions out of habit. We make resolutions because a new year seems like a clean slate, a new page, and a new opportunity to accomplish something that we usually feel we’ve failed at in the past.
For my part, I resolved for countless years on end to get in shape without any real understanding of what I meant by that, or how I might practically accomplish it. Previously, my biggest success with resolutions was using my newly acquired health club
membership for a three whole months (I continued to pay for it for a whole year). It wasn’t until I made actual lifestyle changes that I achieved anything in the realm of resolutions, and I couldn’t make lifestyle changes until I knew what this meant
and how to go about it. A lifestyle change is defined as a change that alters various lifestyle-related behaviors such as diet, physical activity, substance consumption, etc.…
Initiating a lifestyle change, and altering your behavior is difficult, but not impossible, and can be made a great deal easier with help and guidance. If your intended resolutions have anything to do with wellness for yourself and your family in 2019, and
beyond, please let us help you craft a plan for enacting real, lasting, permanent change.
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