Success Story -Weightloss and New Life

I am thrilled to have been featured on Forks Over Knives Facebook Page it is such an honor to be able to demonstrate in a real way what results look like at any age. I am 59 years young this month …

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Guide to ‘Re-Seeing’ How Much You Eat

Food portions is a very important topic when it comes to calories and wellness. Our food portions have reduced significantly since becoming Vegans. We have really noticed the change of portions to the whole food plant based lifestyle that came naturally and without force. The better we eat the less we eat it was just a natural turnaround. Our plates have become smaller and we use bowls more. We just love the smaller portions the less washing up and the amazing energy we get from our good food.

Bring on the snow season …


Right behind my home is this mountain, 12 minutes door to top, so we are heading up the mountain to check out the snow right now … here we go .. up up up the mountain road and then …


Bam – lots of snow …


bring on the snow season … boarders, skiers, snowshoeing fans, dogs, babies, kids, adults .. its a fresh air winter fun land alive and well full of smiles and plenty of things to do ..

How lucky am I to live where I live .. woot woot

Photos by Suzanne

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Canada Shared by Canadians – Come Check Us Out

When I saw this I just had to share with you today. This is my random act of fun to share fun from Canada eh! Check us out!

If you enjoyed a taste of the short clip you will love the real deal on the long version here.

Come visit Canada we are having so much fun eh!

Quote of the Week

“Whatever you do, you need courage. Whatever course you decide upon, there is always someone to tell you you are wrong. There are always difficulties arising which tempt you to believe that your critics are right. To map out a course of action and follow it to the end, requires courage. Courage is not the absence of fear, but rather the judgement that something else is more important than fear.” Ralph Waldo Emerson