I am on an adventure to mindfully savor food. In my blog I chronicle my kitchen creations and my quest to eat mindfully, to slow down and enjoy the smells, textures, and colors of food. I firmly believe it’s not about what you eat but how you pay attention. Full attention during a meal can mean you derive more satisfaction from just a few bites, than you might get by eating a whole big meal while distracted. I will share what I learn along the way.
My name is Emily, I live in Portland.
Discourse of a Divine Diva is a lifestyle blog passionate about plus size fashion and self-acceptance. Peppered into the fashion fun is flavorful recipes, beauty product reviews, crafts and DIY, and more!
My name is Meg and my blog is Happy Kids, Inc. I share parenthood stores, recipes, lifestyle posts, music, sponsored posts, giveaways, and more. I am also a social media manager for brands, businesses, and individuals.
My goal on Heather Likes Food is to give you the inspiration, recipes, tips and tricks that you need to be able to eat incredibly everyday. I’m a firm believer that you don’t need to spend hours in the kitchen or lots of money on fancy ingredients to make quality meals. Usually with a little know-how, the simplest ingredients make the best food.
Home Cooking Every Day endeavors to help people feed themselves and their families better. By discussing food, offering cooking tips, reviewing restaurant, and most importantly offering our free weekly recipe newsletter, we want to help you cook at home every day.
I Deliciate is a manifesto, a personal quest, a food blog, and a reminder to savor and delight in the little things in life. It is inspired by a personal manifesto and quest to live the fullest, happiest, best life possible and share that journey with others. Much more than just a lifestyle blog, I Deliciate offers healthy, plant-based recipes, articles about personal growth and development, and ideas for getting the most out of life. The goal is to inspire and motivate others to make healthy choices and changes in their lives and, above all, to chase their dreams.
This blog is a collection off original recipes, some healthy, some not, but all made with fresh ingredients, based on seasonal eating. A small collections of my travel adventures.
Martha Chartreuse is a lifestyle blog documenting the adventures, recipes and the art of making a house a home. All from the perspective of a 20-something lady living in the City of Roses.
MokaBees is a Portland, Oregon-based coffee blog featuring recipes & reviews from an unpretentious amateur and maintenance user. I’m learning to make better coffee at home and I’m sharing my process with you by video along the way.
Here you will find my family’s favorite recipes, DIYs, and all kinds of crafty things, mostly inspired by Pinterest..
Naturally Family is a family lifestyle blog
featuring everything from healthy family eats, breastfeeding, babywearing, cloth diapering, our must have baby and toddler products, and stories of our life as a family of four.
A Paleo business that provides tips and support for Paleo living. Recipe development, paleo guidelines, lifestyle support, and budget friendly resources, At this time my website is more of a support for my social media endeavors, but I want to change that,
Pâte à Chew is the blog and recipe journal of Mary Ellen, a wannabe pastry chef in Portland, Oregon.
Healthy Mom = Healthy Family
That is my new life motto and I hope that it will be yours too. Together we can change our families making them healthier and happier. As mother’s if we take the time to work on making ourselves healthier our families will become healthier.
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Pie Happens is a blog adapted from Everyday Tamara. It shares recipes, travels, adventures, and things to do and love in Portland. Food and travel adventures are my favorite things, come read about where you can go and indulge in new recipes.
I blog about the Northwest because I love living here. Anything in Oregon and Washington are part of my domain. It’s new and evolving.
Plum Deluxe is simply the website that helps you make moments that matter. Whether it’s the inspirational articles, our delicious tea products, or attending one of our fun events, we help people live a good life.
I like to weave snippets from my life into short stories that accompany the recipes- whether it is a story about the first time I ate fried squash blossoms or a humorous piece about the hidden dangers of divorce: surplus baked goods.
This blog follows my life through my food, fitness and lifestyle habits. I strive to live a happy and healthy life without depriving myself of the things that I love.
Trying to bridge the gap between loving good and being healthy, Tastes of Tom reviews recipes from food blogs, cookbooks, websites and also Portland restaurants and dining.
Join me and my darlin’ Mr. B for great food and good vibes – including events, destinations, DIY and crafty arts – all from the heart of the Pacific Northwest.
Portland based avid eater and pediatrician exploring old family recipes, new challenges, and little dabbles into food science!
The Salad Lobby believes that adding salad to the table will result in healthier tables, healthier people, and healthier generations.
We aim to influence American food culture by changing assumptions that healthy food is bland, expensive, hard to obtain, or elitist. We want to bring salad to the table of all Americans. We do this by sharing the variety that salad can offer. Salad is more than a tasteless pile of greens offered reluctantly as a side. Salad can be a delicious meal in itself, a meal that’s inexpensive and easy to prepare. Along with our readers and fellow saladvocates, we will raise demand for salad. If Americans begin demanding healthier, fresher, and better tasting food, our system will be forced to supply. The Salad Lobby has two ingredients: the creative, path-blazing brain of Lindsay Sauvé and the marketing, digital brawn of Peter Korchnak. Lindsay is The Salad Lobby’s soul, Peter the system.
See reviews on great restaurants when you want to dine out on the town and deliciously healthy recipes when you want to stay in. Recipes are dairy-free and gluten-free adaptable. Since food and travel go hand-in-hand, stay tuned for where to eat when you’re traveling throughout the Pacific Northwest too!
My name is Jac (Sounds Like Jake) & I am a foodie, blogger, & youtuber. I am a full-time vegetarian and part-time vegan; that is what VegetarianBaker.com has become.
I became a vegetarian in 2007 due to a medical condition known as Chronic Pancreatitis. In 2010, I enrolled into Johnson & Wales University. I graduated four years later with degrees in Pastry Arts & Food Service Management with concentrations in Spirits & Distillation and Psychology. During college, The Vegetarian Baker was born.
TheVegetarianBaker started as an online based cooking show focusing on Vegetarian and Vegan recipes. Once it started getting traction, I created VegetarianBaker.com to have a hub for all my recipes with printable versions of them.
Urban Bliss Life is a lifestyle blog founded in 2004 that features food + wine/cocktails + travel stories for the modern woman who seeks creativity, fun, and adventure in everyday living. Here, you’ll find recipes, party ideas, restaurant reviews, wine reviews and vineyard visits, and both US and international travel stories and tips.
Wine, food, and travel blog written by Mary Cressler, writer, wine educator, and Certified Sommelier.
We are Candice and Katie, cousins with a love for healthy living. After following a vegetarian diet for years and switching to a paleo approach, we started this site as a place to share our whole health hacks for creating a happier and healthier life through food and fitness. We share everything from recipes to product reviews and even personal stories to help you hack the whole health lifestyle and find easy and enjoyable ways to save time and incorporate fitness and healthy eating into everyday life.
Lifestyle blog centered around my Zippy Home Life: parenthood, finances, food, and family
[IN]COMPLETE is a new kind of magazine: one that celebrates you, just the way you are. We believe in the empowerment of all and feature stories from men, women and children – everyone has a voice worth hearing and a story worth telling.
[IN]COMPLETE is a celebration of being present, now. We recognize that we live in a society that is consistently pushing toward the next big goal, and rarely focusing on just how far we’ve come. We believe in goals, in fact we encourage them, but we also believe in slowing down, breathing, and celebrating where we are, now.
At [IN]COMPLETE MAGAZINE we believe:
in the power of positive thinking – that creates positive people – that creates positive action – that creates a positive world
that life is about the small details, and that they all deserve celebration
in magic, love and our own beauty