A Passion for Food: Chef Tiffani Janelle Makes Clean Eating Fun

@chef2thestars

By Onicia Muller of ASE Beauty

Recently, celebrity chef and nutritionist, Chef Tiffani Janelle sat down with ASE Beauty to discuss how the average person can incorporate clean eating into their daily lifestyle.

Chef Tiffani was born into a family of passionate foodies. Originating from Louisiana, Tiffani knew since age five that she wanted to be a chef. As the oldest of three girls, she'd often forgo playing outside to experiment in the kitchen.

"I was just always in trouble because I was always in recipe books and cookbooks when I was very little. I was very blessed to be able to go to culinary school and all of that later. … I was always in the kitchen just experimenting and seeing if things came out like the picture I was trying to mimic in the cookbook."

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9/28 Meditation Replay: How to See God Everywhere


"If you knew how important you are, you would fragment into a billion pieces and just be light.  Any concept keeps your from the awareness of that.  If you really knew who you are without your story, you'd have to be the nameless, the limitless, the ecstatic- just a fool, crazy with love. It's so painful to live outside the light. I don't know how people do it.  It was so painful that I could do it for only forty-three years." 

- Byron Katie, A Thousand Names for Joy (chpt 40) 


Hey hey! Here's the #ReadingWithLove replay from Monday night! 

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Love says, “You Lack Nothing..."


When you have God, you have everything you need.

by Akilah Peynado of www.akilahpeynado.com

Hello everyone!

Let's continue from where we left off last week. As you are well aware, ​“​Read with Love”​ ​has commenced and we have started reading this fantastic new book named, ​“A Thousand Names of Joy” by Katie Byron a​nd the word fantastic doesn’t even begin to explain the experience I’ve had reading it so far. 



by Anthea Ancalade of https://curlee.me/

Six years ago, while about six months pregnant, on a not so good pregnancy day, I really wanted, or I should say needed, to get my hair done. The problem was, my hair stylist was about 1.5 hours away from where I lived.

If you’ve ever been pregnant, I bet you understand how I felt every time the thought of driving long distances in traffic crossed my mind. I really hoped for a hair stylist that was nearby to care for my 4C hair.

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9/21 - Meditation Replay : BEing or Thinking?


“It's not your job to like me - it's mine”
― Byron Katie

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