In Her Element Interviews, featuring Cora Poage

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I’m thrilled to add Cora Poage to the rich list of women whom I’ve had the pleasure of interviewing. Cora is a holistic health coach at SexySoulWell.com and fellow Soul Sister.

Listen as Cora tells her captivating tale of finding her Element and shares her personal practices… 

Want to know more? Connect with Cora on Facebook.

Sister Goddess Sunday: No More Super Hero

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Hello sweetness,

Have I told you lately how much I love the way you charm the
socks off every one you meet? I adore your warmth, laughter, and love of a good
time.

I also love the tears behind your smile. You know, the down
time when you take a minute to rest and let it all hang loose. The days when
you aren’t playing super hero to the
world – yep, love that too!

Did you know, if you took just 10% of all that sweetness and
showered it upon yourself, those nagging aches and pains would subside? Seems
like that’s the only things that slows you down. But, you could do it all by yourself!

Uh huh! More pedicures, please…

Kisses!

Your Sis


Sister Goddess Sunday is an ongoing series of love letters. They are written to express love, gratitude, excitement, and compassion for the women in my life — real, imaginary, living or dead. My desire is for all women to feel uplifted, understood, and appreciated. You can look forward to each letter knowing that the words pouring forth are intended to reach your heart. I hope you will share these juicy gems with the women in your life. And maybe, just maybe, you’ll know which ones I wrote especially for you!

Vegas Vegan

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Tonight I took a friend to dinner for a little birthday celebration and we ended up at the Burger Bar. For those of you who have been following my blog, you might be a little surprised. However, no one was more suprised than me — especially to find the Vegas Vegan burger on the menu!

I’m happy to announce, as of Wednesday, February 16th,  I made it successfully through the 21-day vegan challenge, eating raw the majority of the time. It has been one incredibly FUN journey to say the least. I have learned to make amazing green smoothies, create delicitable hummus, and blend divine chilled soups. I’m treading lighter on the planet, eating organic produce the majority of the time, and making new veggie-vixen friends. 

To Be Continued

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It’s my pleasure to brag that I’m taking the night off from my weekly Sunday post.
I encourage you to do the same — relax, recharge, rejuvenate. 


I’ll be back next week, reflecting goodness to you and yours…

The Love Affair Continues

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I arise before the dawn and come to you.
Your firm flesh yielding.  Juices dripping.
Supple and young, I prefer you in your raw natural state.
And after 11 days, I still can’t get enough! 

Yes, I am in love with my green smoothies – or as my friend, D, says – smoothy, like groovy.  My creativity has been awaked on this 21-day Crazy Sexy Diet. I feel like an artist on the verge of a masterpiece each morning. My pallet is composed of organic vegetables in the mostly lovely shades of green, along with splashes of vibrant colors from a selection of organic fruit.  The blender, my preferred medium. 

But wait, not only am I having crazy-sexy-fun with my morning smoothie, lunch is a whole ‘nother romp in the hay – or greens, if you prefer!  I’m romancing steamed lentils lain seductively on a bed of baby spinach, accompanied by diced onion, fresh cilantro, and extra virgin olive oil.  Some days it’s soup that makes me hot and spicy, even when served cold.  My favorite to date has been a divine version of gazpacho with plenty of jalapenos!

Lest dinner disappoint, I’ve entertained my evenings with spaghetti squash drizzled with flax oil, garlic, and cinnamon.  On other nights, I’ve invited quinoa with English cucumber, Roma tomatoes, red onion, diced parsley, and lemon juice served abed of red romaine lettuce to join me at the dinner table.

It may all sound oddly strange, but I’ve turned this cleanse into a love affair like no other. I’m taking my pleasure from fruits and veggies these days, and I may never look back!