I’m usually crunched for time, and when I’m not, I tend to be just plain lazy. I grab whatever is easy and rarely ever actually fire up the stove. Healthy snacks are key. What I love about raw, vegan snacks is that they can be decadent while also being good for you.
So after a super foodie trip to Israel during which I ate my weight in hummus, pita, and babka (only to come back to NYC for Thanksgiving and about a month straight of non-stop cheat days), I thought, why not try something new and do a soup cleanse?
Don’t get me wrong; I do love apples and carrots sticks, but most days they’re not enough to satisfy my in-between-meal cravings. Unfortunately the old saying goes abs are made in the kitchen, and it couldn’t be more true.
I love hosting people at my apartment. My thing is having themed food parties. I’ve done Momofuku, Pure Food and Wine (i.e. raw vegan theme), and most recently Jew food-themed. The problem is while I love to host, I don’t love to cook.
Lots of traveling, a hectic schedule, and a mother who does a lot of cooking and lives across the street has pretty much made me give up on using my Vitamix these last few months. That all changed however when my friend, currently a student at Columbia Business School, introduced me to Daily Harvest…
New York-based life and recovery coach (and former model) Natasha Silver Bell works with clients on a daily basis to help them lead more fulfilling lives, so, because the New Year can be filled with anxiety, we turned to her for her top five tips for ushering in a happy new year. Here’s what she shared with us!