Lavish Libations Series: “The Boozy Banshee” with Spooky Treats

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Me, me, me!! I’m here for the “boos!”  Stop in for a spell and I’ll give you our latest venture on toasting to our favorite October holiday, Halloween!!! Continue reading “Lavish Libations Series: “The Boozy Banshee” with Spooky Treats”

One Pot of Beans (with Several Meals to Follow)

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Trying to keep our “flexitarian diet” going, I will make a pot of beans a couple times a month.  We will eat the beans with rice and the fixings one night.  Then, I will use them reinvented for our meals the rest of the week. Continue reading “One Pot of Beans (with Several Meals to Follow)”

Yoga For A Cause

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Did you know that about 1 in every 8 women will develop breast cancer in her lifetime? Did you that in the year 2019, 268,600 cases of invasive breast cancer will be diagnosed in the U.S.?  And, about 41,600 are expected to die from breast cancer this year.

But, the good news is that breast cancer rates are on the decline due to early detection, prevention, and treatment advances.

With October being Breast Cancer Awareness month, let’s spread the word and try and fight this horrible disease even more.

On October 20, I will be hosting, along with Sleek Physique of Shreveport, “Yoga For A Cause.”IMG_E2622.JPG

I will be doing an hour of yoga with you and your friends at 2:30 p.m. We will be taking donations of any amount, and the money will go toward breast cancer awareness and research with Susan G. Komen . You do not need to be a member of Sleek Physique to attend. All you need is a mat.fullsizeoutput_4498.jpeg

 

To be perfectly honest, this is near and dear to my heart.  Breast cancer runs in my family.  My grandmother and her three sisters all developed the disease. Two did not survive.

And, I personally had a scare with it a few years ago.

Where mine was luckily caught early, I was spared chemotherapy and radiation. But, I did have to undergo surgery to have a lump removed.  With prevention and care, I have stayed cancer-free for five years now.

So, with all of the research and preventable medicine, breast cancer does not have to be fatal.fullsizeoutput_4496.jpeg

SO DON YOUR BEST PINK GET UP AND COME SUPPORT OUR CAUSE WITH YOGA!!!!!fullsizeoutput_4495.jpeg

Toodle-oo,

Melanie